Probability & Statistics

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Types Of Statistical Data

7 years ago

Statistics is the field of science that deals with organization, interpretation and analyzing of a data. The term statistical data refers to the data collected form different sources through methods experiments, surveys and analysis. This data is...

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Why do students experience difficulties in Business Statistics?

4 years ago

Many of the college students taking up Business Statistics are having a hard time coping with it. Why does this happen? Let's find out.

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Central Tendency

5 years ago

Central Tendency: Mean, Median, Mode and Chapter 3: Some Key Ingredients for Inferential Statistics: Z Scores, the Normal Curve, Sample versus Population, and Probability study guide.

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Finding the Correlation Coefficient Using Pearson Correlation and Spearman Rank Correlation

15 months ago

Spearman Rank Correlation and Pearson Correlation can be both used to identify the relationship between two sets of data. This a brief comparison between the two measures of correlation and there are examples provided to explain how to solve them.

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How to Do a Simple Regression using a Casio Calculator

2 years ago

Wondering if there is a way to help you out conduct a simple regression analysis? Well, there is! All you need to have is a CASIO calculator that is capable of performing the task. Read this article to find out how to do it.

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Is Money Discrete or Continuous? Population Distributions and Statistical Process Control

10 years ago

In my opinion, the measure of money can be both, but I lean more towards discrete. Why? For example, 1 and ½ pennies can’t be measured; the monetary value of one and ½ pennies can only be valued as a rounded amount of 2 pennies. The half...

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How to Use Standard Deviation Formula For Equations (Statistics Help)

6 years ago

Standard Deviation = σ (The Greek letter sigma) First find the mean of the given set of numbers. Next subtract the mean from each number in the set. Then square the sum of each number. Add the total of the squares together. Now divide...

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How to Calculate Expected Value Probability

7 years ago

For this hub, I will be explaining what expected value is, how to calculate it, and show an example by calculating the expected value of a betting game involving a fair coin.

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Psychology Statistics Midterm Study Guide

4 years ago

Psychology Statistics Midterm Study Guide

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The Probability of Coming Into Existence, As You, Is Extremely Small

5 years ago

This is a very interesting look at the odds of you existing, as you, in this world. In fact, it is virtually zero based on the probability of a series of events that must occur for you to exist.

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