Repeat Exercise 4 using the Midpoint rule and the results of Exercise 10.

Intro to Statistics N OTES FOR FINAL !!!! This Final will cover all content from the entire semester. Happy Studying *Look for my practice study guide test coming soon* Vocab to know Statistical Significance- is indicated when methods of statistics are used to reach a conclusion that is unlikely that the findings occurred by chance. Nominal- just categorical (lowest) Ordinal- you can put them in order, but the differences are meaningless. Interval- you can put them in order, but there is no starting point (differences have meaning) Ratio- you can put them in order, has a starting point and differences have meaning. Cluster- randomly selected groups from preselected groups Stratified – randomly selected individual from preselected groups