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Introductory Statistics, Ch. 1 Read Section 1.1 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Define the meaning of statistics. • Explain types of statistics. Read Section 1.2 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Describe differences between quantitative and qualitative data. • Explain the meaning of an element, variable, observation and a data set. Read Section 1.3 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Understand how to organize data. • Identify levels of measurement. • Calculate count and percent of variables in your data. Read Section 1.5 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • What is the difference between a population and sample? Introductory Statistics, Ch. 2 Read Section 2.1 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Learn to organize and display qualitative data. • Organize data into tables or graphs. Read Section 2.2 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Learn to organize and display quantitative data. • Organize data into tables or graphs. Introductory Statistics, Ch. 3 Read Section 3.1 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Describe a typical value. • Calculate and understand the mean. Read Section 3.2 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Explain variation among the values of observations. Read Section 3.4 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Discuss Chebyshev’s theorem as a use of the standard deviation. • Discuss the empirical rule as a use of the standard deviation. Read Section 3.5 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Understand the measures of a quartile. • Define the kth percentile. Read Section 3.6 of Introductory Statistics. Consider the following as you read: • Explain measures used to construct a box-and-whisker plot. Understanding Data and Distributions Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link. Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video. Watch the following tutorials from Section 1: • Understanding Data and Distributions Consider the following as you watch: • What is the importance of data dispersion? • Identify a statistical graph and how it is used to describe data. • What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data? Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

Introductory Statistics, Ch. 1

Read Section 1.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Define the meaning of statistics.
  • Explain types of statistics.

Read Section 1.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Describe differences between quantitative and qualitative data.
  • Explain the meaning of an element, variable, observation and a data set.

Read Section 1.3 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Understand how to organize data.
  • Identify levels of measurement.
  • Calculate count and percent of variables in your data.

Read Section 1.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • What is the difference between a population and sample?

Introductory Statistics, Ch. 2

Read Section 2.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Learn to organize and display qualitative data.
  • Organize data into tables or graphs.

Read Section 2.2 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Learn to organize and display quantitative data.
  • Organize data into tables or graphs.

 

Introductory Statistics, Ch. 3

Read Section 3.1 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Describe a typical value.
  • Calculate and understand the mean.

Read Section 3.2 of Introductory Statistics. 

Consider the following as you read:

  • Explain variation among the values of observations.

Read Section 3.4 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Discuss Chebyshev’s theorem as a use of the standard deviation.
  • Discuss the empirical rule as a use of the standard deviation.

Read Section 3.5 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Understand the measures of a quartile.
  • Define the kth

Read Section 3.6 of Introductory Statistics.

Consider the following as you read:

  • Explain measures used to construct a box-and-whisker plot.

 

Understanding Data and Distributions

Watch the instructional video by clicking on the Lynda.com® link.

Type the title “Statistics Foundations: 2” in the Search Bar to find the video. 

Watch the following tutorials from Section 1:

  • Understanding Data and Distributions

Consider the following as you watch:

  • What is the importance of data dispersion?
  • Identify a statistical graph and how it is used to describe data.
  • What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data?

Discuss your perceptions in class/online forum.

 

 

 

 

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