### Intro to Statistics

Sophia Francis

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Across
7.Consists of generalizing from sample to population
8.A group of subject selected from the population
10.No treatment is applied, researcher only observe
11.Measre obtained by using the population
12.Names, labels or categories
13.Population is naturally divided into pre-existing segments. Make a random selection of segment/s, then select all members
19.Numerical averages and sum makes sense
20.Every individual of interest
22.A variable is manipulated to see if a change will occur
23.Every member has an equal chance of been selected
24.Order matter
Down
1.Can only be places in to categories, non numerical
2.Collection, organization, summarization and presentation of data
3.The group that receives some type of treatment
4.Differences between units of measurement are meaningful
5.Used to mimic real life situation
6.Measure obtained by using the data value from a sample
9.The characteristics or attributes of the individual been studied
13.A group in an experimental study that is not given any special treatment
14.Every kth member from the population
16.Measurement or observation for a variable
17.Science of collecting, organizing, summarizing, analyzing data to forma conclusion.
18.Divide into groups and select members from each group.
21.A count or measure of an entire population.
23.Has a true ratio

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