# Ch 1: TECEP Principles of Statistics: Measurement

Learn about measurement as it relates to statistics with these engaging video lessons and quizzes. This chapter helps you learn everything you need to know about measurement as you prepare for the TECEP Principles of Statistics exam.

## TECEP Principles of Statistics: Measurement - Chapter Summary

You can learn about the different types of measurements used in statistics by watching this chapter's video lessons and taking the accompanying multiple-choice quizzes. The chapter will make sure you have the knowledge and skills needed for the measurement portion of the TECEP Principles of Statistics exam. This chapter covers the following skills:

• Defining descriptive and inferential statistics and understanding the differences between them
• Understanding nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio measurements
• Identifying examples of discrete and continuous data
• Making sense of quantitative data
• Differentiating between quantitative and qualitative measurement
• Explaining categorical data
• Recognizing the differences between samples and populations

These lessons offer easy-to-understand definitions and illustrative examples of several measurement concepts. The videos will help you tell the differences between measurement types, which is necessary for developing a solid understanding of statistics. Statistics experts are available to answer any questions you may have, and after you work your way through the chapter, you can take the chapter exam to make sure you've fully grasped and internalized these measurement definitions.

8 Lessons in Chapter 1: TECEP Principles of Statistics: Measurement
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