# Ch 49: Statistics & Sampling Basics

Watch the video lessons in this chapter to learn more about statistics and sampling. Review the basics of statistics and sampling from anywhere using our mobile-friendly lessons and quizzes.

## Statistics & Sampling Basics - Chapter Summary

Throughout the lessons in this chapter, you will cover essential facts about statistics and sampling. This chapter will explain the vocabulary that is associated with this topic and share the calculations you will need to properly work with data sets.

The aim of this chapter is to help you work better with data sets and statistical information. Our instructors will teach you about different types of samples and their characteristics. Their engaging lessons will make studying easier by giving you examples of concepts spread in data sets that may be more difficult to understand. You will learn to define the center of a data set and the different ways you can calculate the center. After you've finished this chapter, you should be able to:

• Identify simple, stratified, cluster and systematic random samples
• Describe the law of large numbers
• Find mean, median, mode and range
• Use visual representations of data sets
• Define spread in data sets

The short and engaging videos in this chapter will outline the basics of statistics and sampling. Get more acquainted with this topic through our video lessons and practice with our multiple-choice quizzes. Your own personal dashboard can help you keep track of your progress through the chapter.

13 Lessons in Chapter 49: Statistics & Sampling Basics
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