# Ch 25: Making Inferences & Justifying Conclusions in Math

This comprehensive chapter helps you quickly review methods for making inferences and justifying conclusions in math. Review these lessons and practice quizzes whenever you need to improve your understanding of these topics for homework, class assignments or an upcoming exam.

## Making Inferences & Justifying Conclusions in Math - Chapter Summary

In statistics, it's important to have the ability to make inferences and justify conclusions. This chapter helps you sharpen these skills through bite-sized and entertaining lessons. Work through the chapter to review methods for interpreting expected values, comparing random variables, finding sample variance and much more. By the end of the chapter, you should be equipped to:

• Draw conclusions from sample surveys
• Differentiate between observational studies and experiments
• Assess the difference between statistics and parameters
• Explain the process of estimating sample data parameters
• Use equations for finding sample mean and variance
• Compare types of random variables
• Find/interpret the expected values of continuous random variables
• Develop continuous probability distributions

Each lesson comes with a short quiz that's designed to reinforce the information you study. Take these quizzes along with the chapter exam to master these mathematical concepts. You can watch the lessons online using your computer or mobile device, and you also have the option of printing our word-for-word lesson transcripts. Finally, if you have any questions, you can use the chapter's convenient Ask the Expert feature.

8 Lessons in Chapter 25: Making Inferences & Justifying Conclusions in Math
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