They may seem boring when you’re younger, but statistics are absolutely fascinating when you get down to the nitty-gritty of them. Today we’ll be doing just that by testing your knowledge on statistics, what kinds of data it deals with and what it’s used for. Good luck!
Population
Statistics
cluster sample
Class mark
unbiased sample
area sample
frequency distribution
Data
Descriptive statistics
Inferential statistics
random number generator
piece of data
Descriptive statistics
Inferential statistics
random number generator
Piece of data
Population
area sample
Frequency distribution
midpoint of a class
Statistics
random number table
Sample
convenience sample
s
µ
¯x (x bar)
σ
σ
S
µ
¯x (x bar)
¯x (x bar)
µ
σ
S
¯x (x bar)
µ
σ
S
Systematic sample
Frequency distribution
convenience sample
Unbiased sample
random sample
Cluster sample
systematic sample
convenience sample
convenience sample
Random sample
systematic sample
cluster sample
convenience sample
Random sample
systematic sample
cluster sample
convenience sample
Random sample
systematic sample
cluster sample
random number table
Random number generator
area sample
random number table
Random number generator
area sample
unbiased sample
piece of data
stratified sampling
class width
stratum
Piece of data
Descriptive statistics
Population
Piece of data
class width
class mark
histogram
stem-and-leaf display
frequency polygon
frequency distribution
measures of central tendency
z-score
rectangular distribution
Measures of dispersion
Measures of position
median
measures of position
percentile
quartiles
skewed distribution
Gaussian distribution
J-shaped distribution
Rectangular distribution
Gaussian distribution
skewed distribution
J-shaped distribution
Rectangular distribution