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A binomial experiment is performed a fixed number of times. Each repetition of the experiment is called a _______.

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Profiling Data Distributions (Quantitative) Key Characteristics: - Center (mean, median) - Shape - Spread - *Outliers 1. Graph 2. Summary Measures (numeric) a. statistics/parameters Text Messages: n=3 Texts (received) Frequency Relative Frequency 0-20 11 0.33 20-40 3 0.09 40-60 9 0.27 60-80 4 0.15 80-100 2 0.06 100-120 1 0.03 120-140 0 0.00 140-160 1 0.03 160-180 0 0.00 180-200 1 0.03 - In a graph this is skewed right - Skewed Right (when the end of the data is stretched out to the right) - Skewed Left (when the end of the data is stretched out to the left) Median: (odd) - add 1 to amount and divide by 2 (even) - divide by 2 then average 2 numbers 5-Number Summary [MIN, Q1, MEDIAN, Q3, MAX] 25th 50th 25th percentile percentile percentile - Range of middle half (Interquartile Range (IQR)) - Range (

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Textbook: Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data
Edition: 5
Author: Michael Sullivan III
ISBN: 9780134133539

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