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PACE unit 5

interval the equal parts a scale is divided into on a graph
measure of central tendency number or pieces of data that can represent or summarize a whole set of data such as mean, median, mode, range
outlier a number that is considered extreme for a set of data and is separated from the rest of the numbers
scale the set of numbers used to label an axis when graphing
statistics the study of this topic deals with collecting, organizing, and interpreting data
complementary events two events are complements if the sum of their probabilities is 1
composite events an event consisting of two or more simple events
experimental probability the ratio of the number of favorable results to the total number of trails in a probability experiment based on what actually happens
Fundamental Counting Principle multiplying the number of ways each event in an experiment can occur to find the total number of possible outcomes in a sample space
independent event two or more events in which the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of the other event
sample space the set of all possible outcomes of a probabilty event
theoretical probability the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the total number of possible outcomes which is based on what should happen
evaluate to calculate a numerical value for a mathematical expression
infer to draw conclusion on the basis of evidence or reasoning
predict to say what is going to happen in the future based on clues or past experience
support to give something greater credibility by being consistent with it or by providing further evidence for it
mean the mathematical average of the data
median the middle number when data is arranged in numerical order
mode the number most repeated in a set of data
range difference between the greatest and the least pieces of data
Created by: cwagar