Car Crashes In a recent year, among 135,933,000 registered passenger cars in the United States, there were 10,427,000 crashes. Find the probability that a randomly selected passenger car in the United States will crash this year. Is it unlikely for a car to crash in a given year? What does this suggest about driving?

Descriptive Statistics Graphic Qualitative -Week 1 Wednesday, January 24, 2018 3:00 PM Questions and Formulas StatisticsBackground Define statistics Statistics-science that quantifies the uncertainty in conclusions of science that quantifies the incompletedata (inductive inferences) uncertainty in conclusions i.e. If you are measuring rain fall there could be errors due to factors of incompletedata that you're not measuring like: rainfall, human error, pollution, etc… i.e If only 50 shrimp are used to find average weight this 50 shrimp is a small subset of the larger picture, this leads to uncertainty Basicallyall the examples given in class here were trying to push the fact that statisticsis measuring the uncertainty on a small or portion of the bigger picture Three Main Points 1. Target population - All experimental units and measurementsof a desired population 2. Sample - subset of the target population (subset of experimental units) 3. Sampled population - expe