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Bidimensional stadi

If we call x¹,x²,x³ the values ​​that a statistical distribution takes, the mean, or average, is designated by x and is calculated as follows. Average
Is the difference between the highest and lowest value from a set of data. Range
If we order the median, it is the value that is in the middle, if the number of data is apr, the median is assigned the median value of the two central terms. Mediam
A “t-chart” or two-column table which outlines the various possible outcomes and the associated frequencies observed in a sample. Frequency table
Result of multiplying the relative frequency by 100. Percentage
Is the term typically used to refer to the number of people in a single area. Population
Is the average of the squares of the distances of the data from the mean. Variance
The average deviation, or mean absolute deviation, is calculated similarly to standard deviation. Typical desviation
is a way of summarizing a set of nominal data or displaying the different values of a given variable. This type of chart is a circle divided into a series of segments. Each segment represents a particular category.. Pie chart
Type of graphic representation formed by fine bars, the heights of the bars are proportional to the corresponding frequencies. They are used to represent frequency tables of discrete quantitative or qualitative variables. Bar diagram
A graphical display of data with bars of different heights, where each bar groups numbers into ranges. Histogram
A variable that may assume only a countable, and usually finite, number of values. Variable contable
Has a certain number of particular values and nothing else. For example, the set of all whole numbers is a discrete variable, because it only includes whole numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, etc. Numbers in between, like 1/2, are not counted. Variable uncontable
Is the value with the highest frequency. Mode
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