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Ch 5: FTCE: Analyzing Data and Drawing Conclusions

About This Chapter

This engaging chapter is filled with fun lessons you can study at your convenience to better understand how to analyze data and draw conclusions. As you prepare for an upcoming FTCE exam, review these lessons to strengthen your knowledge and take short quizzes to confirm your comprehension.

FTCE: Analyzing Data and Drawing Conclusions - Chapter Summary

If you want to go over the processes of analyzing data and drawing conclusions while preparing for an FTCE exam, you've reached the right place! In this chapter are entertaining lessons designed to help you draw logical conclusions and gain greater insight into observational study in statistics. Once you've finished this chapter, you will be ready to:

  • Draw conclusions from sample surveys
  • Define and share examples of observational study in statistics
  • Draw logical conclusions from experimental data

Navigate the lessons in this chapter at the pace that works for you, and feel free to use our multiple-choice quizzes to find out how well you understand key concepts. If questions arise during your review of this chapter, be sure to submit them to our experts via the Dashboard. We offer a comprehensive practice exam to confirm your understanding of the entire chapter. Around-the-clock mobile access makes it easy to study whenever and wherever your schedule permits.

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