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Roberts Study Stack


Statistics The study of numerical data
Bias Is a tendency to favor the selection of certain members of a population.
Census Survey that asks questions to everybody.
Univariate Data Consists of a single data item being collected.
Bivariate Data Consists of a pair of data being collected.
Quantitative Data Is numeric and measurable.
Qualitative Is attribute and categorical
Random an unknowning pick
Representative Samples that involves a selected group.
Inverse variation an equation or function exspressing inverse variation.
Tally using marks to record counting
Frequency the number of times a particular item appears in a set of data
Frequency histogram a verticalbar graph used to represent the frequences of individaul scores.
Spread shows how far apart data values are
clusters numbers which tend to crowed around a particular point in a set of values
outliers a value far away from most of the rest in a set of data
1 squared 1
2 squared 4
3 squared 9
4 squared 16
5 squared 25
6 squared 36
7 squared 49
8 squared 64
9 squared 81
10 squared 100
11 squared 121
12 squared 144
13 squared 169
14 squared 196
15 squared 225
25 squared 625
square root of 1 1
square root of 4 2
square root of 9 3
square root of 16 4
square root of 25 5
square root of 36 6
square root of 49 7
square root of 64 8
square root of 81 9
square root of 100 10
square root of 121 11
square root of 144 12
square root of 169 13
square root of 196 14
square root of 225 15
square root of 625 25
consecutive back to back
interger whole number negative and postive
sum addition
equilateral all sides are equal
respectively matching order
perimeter distance around the figure
whole number counting numbers including zero
distinct Distinguished from others by nature or qualities: discrete ,separte, several, various.
consecutive Following one after another in an orderly pattern: sequent,sequential,serial,subsequent,successional,successive.
isosceles having two equal sides
prime numbers A postive interger not divisible with out a remaninder by any postive interger other than itself and one
Created by: robertcolwell