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# Ms. Tecce's Math Classes: 2019-2020 Statistics & Probability

Email Ms. Tecce at kim.tecce@nhsau57.org

## Welcome!

Statistics & Probability

## Announcements

Upcoming Assessments:

## Stats & Prob - Unit 1 Displaying Data

Unit 1 – Data Displays (Ch1 + Ch2)

• Identify the individual and variable
• Determine whether data is categorical, discrete numerical, or continuous numerical
• Read and construct the following data displays for categorical data ...
• frequency distribution (aka frequency table) / relative frequency distribution
• bar graph
• segmented bar graph
• pie graph (aka circle graph)
• marginal distribution
• conditional distribution
• Read and construct the following data displays for numerical data ...
• dotplot
• stem and leaf plot
• back-to-back stem and leaf plot
• scatterplot / line graph
• frequency distribution / relative frequency distribution
• histogram
• ogive
• cumulative frequency distribution
• Critique a graph and determine whether it is misleading
• Use a graphing calculator and/or spreadsheet to create a data display
• Determine whether there is an association between two categorical variables
• Use your graphing calculator to store a list of data
• Describe a data distribution using the following terms...
• skewed right, skewed left
• uniform
• bimodal
• symmetric
• Describe the shape of a distribution (symmetric, unimodal, bimodal, right skewed, left skewed, or uniform)
• Calculate the probability of an event given various data displays