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I. Describing Data: Graphically & Numerically: Lecture 1 | 37:14 min
Post by Firebird wang on October 12 at 03:02:53 PM
Hi Ms.Nelson, are you able to watch this two video which called Practice Test 2013 AP Statistics and Practice Test 2014 AP Statistics? I can't watch this two video, I dont know why.
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Post by Mohammed Jaweed on September 18 at 10:18:43 PM
How do you graph histograms on ti-89
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Post by Sandahl Nelson on January 12 at 10:49:02 PM
If you are creating a histogram using a computer (or calculator) you will have labels for each (equally spaced) bar (eg, 0- <10, 10 - <20, etc. ) this way you clarify where exactly the values go.If you are drawing a histogram wit put the data edge point in the bar that makes the groups even.For example, if your lines were at 0,10, 20, 30, etc. then the first group is 0-9.99999, the next group would be 10 - 19.999999.I hope this helps.
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Post by Jim Tang on January 12 at 06:34:47 PM
hey! in a histogram, if you have a data point that is equivalent to the "edge points," do they contribute to the left bucket or the right bucket of the histogram?
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