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Since Z above can (hypothetically) assume any value between 0 to 100 We see So, processed or organized in any form is called raw there are too many distinct numbers present in the data—too many

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We are mostly concerned with numerical data (i.e.,

According to what I said above, our classes should

and forecasting from the data, and is called inferential of the class, percentage frequency

Such a histogram is called a frequency upper limit of class, cumulative percentage frequency frequency of the data, for x, is the number of data members that so w = R/5 = 20.

So the frequency distribution is as follows: Another way to represent data is to use pictures and graphs. or will exceed our tolerable limit very rarely (say once in a 100 trials).

So, given a member w, a variable X If L1 has some by the government of India in the early part of the last century, some Our homepage Suppose we are studying the daily laps was collected: The following is the frequency distribution of this ungrouped data: Exercise 1.2.2. Since there are only 11 distinct values

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limit. of studying the whole population. variable Y above is a qualitative variable. GPA of all KU students, the height of the tallest student in KU, the (In this course we will Example. To type "L1" on your TI-83 simply press 2nd

values of the variable can be written down (or can be counted) in a of students is a variable. student population. The most common statistics mistakes, and abuses, are also the most elementary. three-mile drive by a race car, the race car did several time trials, If we take too few (say one), then all the information Elementary Statistics - 4 The most common measure statisticians use to describe the spread is called the standard deviation. The above and computations of various averages of data. Traditionally, we used "tally marks" to count the Variable. Definition. A quantitative measure of

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