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    Statistics Definitions (S2)

    I need the definitions for the following words, i havelooked in the mark schemes and the S2 book but they very vague and the mark scheems dont have theam all.:

    -Sampling Elemant
    -Survey
    -Probability Distribution
    -Sample Distribution
    -Experiment
    -Critical Region
    -Hypothosis Test

    thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stylis10 View Post
    I need the definitions for the following words, I have looked in the mark schemes and the S2 book but they very vague and the mark schemes dont have them at all.

    -Sampling Element
    -Survey
    -Probability Distribution
    -Sample Distribution
    -Experiment
    -Critical Region
    -Hypothesis Test

    thank you
    Do you own this book ? Chapter 4 gives definitions of all those terms is more than sufficient detail and there is a summary of those definitions on page 107.

    I assume your sitting the statistics exam on Friday. They don't labour over the definitions that much, but you really should know what all of those terms mean anyway.

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