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1. Language used to describe chance. [Probability] 4. Nurse who used inventive graphs to display military deaths. [Nightingale] 5. Basic description of the variability of a distribution [Spread] 7. When plotting data, always look for the [SOCS] 10.Values at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles. [Quartiles] 11. Relative cumulative frequency graph [Ogive] 13. Without _ there would be no need for Statistics. [Variability] 15. Useful for plotting categorical data. [Bargraph] 16. Another name for average. [Mean] 17. EDA = _ Data Analysis [Exploratory] 18. Plot that displays shape of a distribution and actual values. [Stemplot] 20.Variables that place individuals into one of several groups. [Categorical] 22. Third author of our textbook. [Starnes] 25. Second author of our textbook. [Moore] 26.Variables that take on numerical values. [Quantitative] 28. First author of our textbook. [Yates] 29. Characteristic of an individual. [Variable] 31. Shape of a distribution that is "piled up" on one end. [Skewed] 32. Developer of 1.5IQR Rule [Tukey] 33. Standard deviation squared [Variance] 35. Useful for plotting small sets of data. [Dotplot] 37. Range between first and third quartiles. [Interquartile] 38.Variability measure that compares each observation to the mean: standard_ [deviation] 39. The midpoint of a distribution. [Median] 40. Display of the 5-number summary [Boxplot]

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2. First component of statistical thinking: Data _ [Analysis] 3. Useful for plotting very large sets of data. [Histogram] 6. Tells us what values a variable takes on and how often. [Distribution] 8. The study of data. [Statistics] 9. Other component of a boxplot. [Whiskers] 12. Second component of statistical thinking: Data _ [Production] 14. Company that was sued for age discrimination in our intro lesson [Westvaco] 19. Process of determining the likelihood of observing a value or one more extreme in a sample. [Inference] 21. Objects described by a set of data. [Individuals] 23. Basic description of a typical value of a distribution. [Center] 24. Individual observation that falls outside the overall pattern of a distribution. [Outlier] 27. Numbers with a contextual meaning. [Data] 30.Value that has a certain percent of observations below it. [Percentile] 34. Distance between the minimum and maximum [Range] 36. Plot that will help you identify seasonal variation [Timeplot]

YMS Chapter 1: Exploring Data AP Statistics at LSHS Mr. Molesky

YMS Chapter 1: Exploring Data AP Statistics at LSHS Mr. Molesky

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