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Basic Statistics

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Scales of measurement Nominal The one that has names Ordinal Rank ordered Interval Equal differences in the scores Ratio Has a true 0

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Measures of Central Tendency Mode The most frequent number The bump in the graph

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Measures of Central Tendency Median The one in the middle Is a number in the array except in case of ties

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Measures of Central Tendency Mean Arithmetic average The total of the numbers divided by the number of cases

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Frequency Distribution A method of examining a group of scores Ted100Amy80 Carmen85Carol85 Ralph75Tony85 Juanna98Martin100 Celeste98 Mo100 Joaquinne95

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Tally Score 7511 8011 851113 9511 98112 1001113

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Variance How are the score spread out Tells more than the mean of the group

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Variance How are the scores spread out? In other words, how far do the scores range from the mean? Scores: 10, 12, 13, 10, 9, 2, 13, 12, 12, 10

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Measures of Central tendency 10 12 13 10 9 2 13 12 10 Sum = 103 Mean= 10.3 Median= 11 Mode = 10 and 12

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Variance 10 12 13 10 2 9 13 12 10 -0.3 1.7 2.7 -0.3 -8.3 -1.3 2.7 1.7 -0.3.09 2.89 7.29.09 68.89 1.69 7.29 2.89.09 sum of squares = 94.1 91.4/10 = 9.14 Square root of variance = 3.02

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