# Ch 44: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Overview of Statistics

Let our instructors help you increase your confidence and competency as you prepare for the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Middle Level/Intermediate Math test. This chapter contains a complete overview of statistics.

## CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Overview of Statistics - Chapter Summary

This chapter contains short video lessons geared to help the Oklahoma teacher or aspiring teacher get ready for taking the CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math test. You'll cover topics like descriptive and inferential statistics, estimating parameters with sample data, and the use of statistical models. You'll also find lessons on the following topics:

• Populations versus samples in statistics
• Differentiating between parameters and statistics
• Quantitative, categorical, discrete and continuous data
• Nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio measurements
• How experiments differ from observational studies
• Using random selection as opposed to random allocation
• Uses and limitations of convenience sampling in statistics
• Analyzing and interpreting the results of randomized experiments
• Confounding variables and effect of bias in statistics

Lesson videos are hosted by our expert instructors and average 5-10 minutes in length. Each lesson comes with a full transcript for following along with the instructor, and ends with a short quiz on key topics and concepts. Going back over material is easy with our keyword-base timeline tool that can take you straight to any part of the video. Also, we include a feature that allows you to ask the instructor any question you might have about the lesson material.

15 Lessons in Chapter 44: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Overview of Statistics
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