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A1 Simple Statistics

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Fundamentals of Communications
A1: Simple Statistics
EE3158
Professor Ian Groves
ian.groves@kcl.ac.uk www.ctr.kcl.ac.uk/members

Simple Statistics
      Averages Spreads Z scores Normal Distribution Finding probabilities Application to Telecommunications

A1 - Simple Statistics

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Averages
 Mean, median and mode
Weekly rent paid by 15 s tudents sharing acco odation, 1998 mm 45 35 51 45 51 40 42 46 37 42 47 49 (£) 49 36 42

 Mean (or average)
 add observations and d
Fundamentals of Communications
A1: Simple Statistics
EE3158
Professor Ian Groves
ian.groves@kcl.ac.uk www.ctr.kcl.ac.uk/members

Simple Statistics
      Averages Spreads Z scores Normal Distribution Finding probabilities Application to Telecommunications

A1 - Simple Statistics

2

Averages
 Mean, median and mode
Weekly rent paid by 15 s tudents sharing acco odation, 1998 mm 45 35 51 45 51 40 42 46 37 42 47 49 (£) 49 36 42

 Mean (or average)
 add observations and d

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Fundamentals of Communications
EE3158
Professor Ian Groves
ian.groves@kcl.ac.ukwww.ctr.kcl.ac.uk/members
A1: Simple Statistics
 
A1 - Simple Statistics2
Simple Statistics
Averages
Spreads
Z scores
Normal Distribution
Finding probabilities
Application to Telecommunications
 
A1 - Simple Statistics3
Averages
Mean, median and mode
Weekly rent paid by 15 students sharing accommodation, 1998 (£)45 35 51 45 4951 40 42 46 3637 42 47 49 42
Mean (
or average
)
add observations and divide by number of observations 657/15 = 43.8
 x
=
 x
n

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