Hint | |

Summing all data values and dividing by the count | |

The square root of the variance | |

The statistic for what happens most frequently | |

The middle value, with half the values above and half the values below | |

Extreme values that don't seem to fit with the rest of the data | |

A distribution that is not symmetric where one tail stretches much further than the other | |

The difference between the lowest and highest values in a data set | |

A distribution that's roughly flat (Think sports apparel) | |

The sum of squared deviations from the mean | |

A type of graph with whiskers coming out of the sides | |

Explains how many standard deviations away form the mean a value is | |

Adding a constant to each data value to change the mean, standard deviation, and the quartiles | |

Pieces of data that do not have an effect on each other | |

Data with a bell-shaped curve is considered | |

If an alpha-level is .05, at what significance level is your test? | |

The difference between your 3rd and 1st quartile | |

The thinner end of a distribution (Think animal) | |

A type of graph that simply displays data with dots along an axis | |

A type of graph that gathers data into a circle with different pieces | |

A type of data that is gathered using units or numbers | |

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