An Introduction to Statistics by George Woodbury

By George Woodbury

Many information texts lack well-defined connections between fabrics provided, as though the various themes have been disjointed. during this new textual content, George Woodbury effectively illustrates the usual connections among chance and inferential facts and among self belief durations and speculation checking out, for instance. during the textual content, the writer presents reasons which are effortless to stick to and examples which are concept-based.

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Here is what your histogram should look like. To examine the classes that the TI-83 has selected, and the frequencies of those classes, press TRACE . The screen should now look like this. The first class is activated. 142857, and the frequency is 3. Use the ← and → keys to move from one class to the next. 2 Construct stem-and-leaf displays for the following sets of data. 1. ) 2. 2 Graphical Representation of Data (continued) 42 38 14 44 43 45 34 42 30 42 52 14 35 46 36 3. ) 4. ) 5. Daily volume of the New York Stock Exchange for August 1999 (millions of shares): 649 739 789 859 699 684 836 793 745 692 583 691 683 684 661 682 732 864 719 569 605 860 6.

Although the values may be split in many different ways, depending on the types of values you are working with, we usually let the leaf be the last digit of the value and the stem be all of the preceding digits. For example, the value 46 has a stem of 4 and a leaf of 6. For the value 192, the stem is 19 and the leaf is 2. (Occasionally, we will choose to use a stem of 1 and a leaf of 92 instead. ) In constructing the actual stem-and-leaf display, we begin by finding the lowest value and the highest value in the set of data.

2 Construct stem-and-leaf displays for the following sets of data. 1. ) 2. 2 Graphical Representation of Data (continued) 42 38 14 44 43 45 34 42 30 42 52 14 35 46 36 3. ) 4. ) 5. Daily volume of the New York Stock Exchange for August 1999 (millions of shares): 649 739 789 859 699 684 836 793 745 692 583 691 683 684 661 682 732 864 719 569 605 860 6. ) 7. Time (in minutes) to complete 20 National League baseball games: 166 153 153 141 134 183 167 240 210 165 156 176 172 153 159 196 131 181 188 147 8.

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