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This is an up-to-the-minute guide to the principles and techniques of statistics, a discipline many students find intimidating and incomprehensible, which is yet required in multiple subject areas and many professions
In this 15 part series, Professor Naomi Lowe discusses the branch of mathematics that focuses on the organization, analysis, and interpretation of a group of numbers. As she explains, even though statistics is a branch of mathematics, it is a field of study with applicability to almost any topic of interest.
his program begins by defining probability and sampling, experiments, simple and compound events, and sample space. Next, the formula for finding probability is analyzed, along with the composition of simple and compound events, mutually exclusive events, and complements of events. Finally, dependent and independent conditional events are discussed.
We’ll start by collecting and organizing information from our daily lives. Students will learn how to interpret this information through visuals like lists, charts, tree diagrams, and graphs. The tour doesn’t stop here, though; we’ll move on to describing the outcomes based on probability, mean, median, mode, and range. The wold will make much more math sense after these exercises! Topics include: Data Basics; Tables; Mean, Median, Mode, and Range; Probability; and Graphs.