Ch 1: Population & Samples

About This Chapter

Reinforce your understanding of population and samples in statistics by reviewing the brief lessons in this chapter. This helpful resource can be a great study aid as you prepare for math class discussions or tests or even academic assessment or college admissions and placement exams.

Population & Samples - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you can go over topics relating to populations, random selection, domain and range, parameters and random samples. Each lesson provides detailed examples to clarify the material. You'll review term definitions, and see how to apply these statistical concepts and methods within real-word scenarios. Once you have viewed each lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • Differentiate between populations and samples and parameters and statistics
  • Understand the application of domain and range in the real world
  • Describe the difference between random selection and random allocation
  • Discuss how to collect data using the random sampling method

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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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