Displaying and describing the distributions of numerical variables
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Displaying and describing the distributions of numerical variables
Displaying and describing data distributions
Year 12
By the end of the lesson I would hope that you have an understanding and be able to apply to questions the following concepts: Understand why we would need to have methods to display numerical data. Understand what a grouped frequency distribution is and how to create one. Understand what a histogram is and how to create one (both by hand and using your CAS) from a frequency table and from raw data. Know what to look for in a histogram in terms of Shape, Outliers, Centre and Spread. Also, know what Range is; how to find it and why it's not always the best thing to use.
Published: Feb. 11, 2019
Length: 30 mins and 03 seconds
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VCE Maths vce further maths vce further further maths core core data analysis data analysis Displaying and describing the distributions of num numerical variables numerical data historgrams shape outliers centre spread grouped frequency table grouped frequency distribution table grouped frequency distribution histogram
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