AP Statistics 1.1 Exploring Data

AP Statistics 1.1 Exploring Data. What should this histogram always be?

AP StatisticsExploring Data
Exploring DataGraphs of Univariate Data Distributions
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in each of their morning bowls Is they had nothing

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better to do this history Graham should always be what

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and hear the potential answer Already so let's put down

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our spoons for a second See if we can wrap

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our heads around this thing We're being asked about a

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cumulative frequency hissed a gram Well when talking about something

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that's cumulative we're referring to something that keeps increasing or

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a kind of snowballs although maybe that's confusing since snowballs

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are in an entirely different food groups All right well

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we're looking at students who have a certain number of

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cheerios in their bowl each morning and we want to

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hissed a gram that'll show that data but because it's

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going to show cumulative data the bars of our history

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um are going to get bigger as we move from

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left to right glowing not so fast you'll get ahead

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Russia stopped their bars get increasingly bigger because we keep

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adding new data to the one before and any time

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in distribution has a smaller amount of data on the

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left Then on the right we say that it's skewed

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left not as much as msnbc orwell journalists in general

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but still pretty you left So looking over our answer

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choices it appears that choice a skewed left fits the

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bill as a side note We really resent the implication

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that ebola cheerios is only a suitable meal option In

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a m you can sear them with some tilapia Throw

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in a serving of chocolate dipped brussel sprouts and you've 00:01:43.62 --> [endTime] got yourself a balanced diet