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What is Math Statistics? The study of math statistics includes the collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of data. When data is collected, summarized and represented as graphs, we can look for trends and try to make predictions based on these facts.

What is Math Statistics? The study of math statistics includes the collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of data. When data is collected, summarized and represented as graphs, we can look for trends and try to make predictions based on these facts.

This series of lessons will cover: Collecting and summarizing data, Common ways to describe data, Different ways to represent data, Frequency Tables, Cumulative Frequency, More advanced Statistics, Descriptive Statistics, Probability, Correlation, and Inferential Statistics

Data | Frequency and Frequency Tables |

Mode | Median |

Mean | Range |

Tally Charts and Line Plots | Pictograms / Pictographs |

Bar Charts | Line Graphs |

Pie Charts / Pie Graphs / Circle Graphs | Box and Whiskers Plot |

Stem-and-Leaf Plot | Venn
Diagrams Carroll Diagrams |

Cumulative Frequency Table | Cumulative Frequency Graph |

Median, Quartiles, Percentiles (Ungrouped Data) | Median, Quartiles, Percentiles (Grouped Data) |

**Descriptive Statistics**

Scatter
Plots Pearson's r Correlation Hypothesis Testing with Pearson's r |
Linear
Regression Spearman Correlation Correlation vs. Causation |

Average Descriptive Statistics, Dispersion Statistics

Probability, Probability Distributions

Frequency Distribution, Normal Distributions

t-Distributions, Hypothesis Testing

Estimation and Sample Size, Correlation and Regression

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