Study Guide

# Basic Statistics & Probability Topics

### Designing a Study

There's a high probability (see what we did there?) that at some point in your...

### Mean, Median, Mode & Range

The most commonly used statistic is the average, a.k.a. finding where the middle of the data...

### Stem & Leaf Plots

Stem and Leaf Plots can be used to analyze data and display data all at the same time. This...

### Histograms

Histograms are another convenient way to display data. A histogram looks similar to a bar graph,...

### Box & Whisker Plots

Box-and-whisker plots are a handy way to display data broken into four quartiles, each with an...

### Scatter Plots & Correlation

Scatter plots are an awesome way to display two-variable data (that is, data with only two...

### Evaluating Data & Making Conjectures

Ok, so by now we've worked our data hardcore in the exercises on the previous pages. We totaled...

### Basic Probability

If we roll a single, standard die, what is the probability of rolling a 4?If we roll a single,...

### Geometric Probability

If we’re taking a nap on a blanket at the park, and a bird poops in the park, what are the...

### And vs. Or Probability

In probability, there's a very important distinction between the words and and or. And means that...

### Complementary & Mutually Exclusive Events

Complementary events are two outcomes of an event that are the only two possible outcomes.This is...

### Predicting vs. Observing Probability

There are two ways to calculate probability: using math to predictby actually observing the...

### Compound Events

In the world of probability, compound events are when two or more things are happening at once....

### Basic Counting Principle

Let’s say we’re making an intro for our YouTube movies. Using an online template we...

### Factorials

Factorials help count things like arrangements of items or order of events.