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Statistics 100 final

Categorical Data The color of hair is an example of this type of data
Continuous Random Variable Height of a 15 year old Oak tree is an example of variable type of variable
Distribution The variable value and how often it occurs
Law of Large Numbers As the number of observations drawn increases, the sample mean of the observed values gets closer and closer to the mean mu of the population is an example of this law
Population The entire group of individuals to be studied
Parameter A descriptive measure of a population
P-value Probability of a Type I error based on your sample producing a mean as far or further in the tail end
Sample A subset of the population ( often used in analyses because getting access to the entire population in impractical)
Significance level, alpha Probability of type I error
Statistic A descriptive measures of a sample
Statistical Inference/ Inferential Statistics Using Information from a sample to draw conclusion about a population
Created by: cjchatmon