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front 1 Experiment | back 1 Repeated a fixed number of times and each repetition is known as a trial. |

front 2 Outcome | back 2 Possible result of an probability experiment. |

front 3 Sample Space | back 3 The set of all possible outcomes. |

front 4 Probability | back 4 The ratio of a number of ways a certain event can occur to the number of possible outcomes. |

front 5 Complement of an Event | back 5 The subset of outcomes in the sample space that are not in the event. |

front 6 Theoretical Probability | back 6 The ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes. |

front 7 Experimental Probability | back 7 Probability based on actual experiments and adequate recordings of the happening of events. |

front 8 Fundamental Counting Principle | back 8 If event |

front 9 Compound Events | back 9 Two or more simple events. |

front 10 Independent Events | back 10 Two or more events in which the outcome of one even does not influence the outcome of the other event(s). |

front 11 Dependent Events | back 11 Two or more events in which the outcome of one event does affect the outcome of the other event(s). |

front 12 Population | back 12 A discrete group of people, animals or things that can be identified by at least one common characteristic for the purposes of data collection and analysis. |

front 13 Sample | back 13 A subgroup or subset of a population used to represent the whole population. |

front 14 Unbiased Sample | back 14 A random sample that is representative of a larger sample. |

front 15 Biased Sample | back 15 A random sample that is not representative of a larger sample. |

front 16 Mean | back 16 The sum of data divided by the numb of items in the data set. |

front 17 Median | back 17 The middle number in a set of data when the data are arranged in numerical order. |

front 18 Mode | back 18 The number or numbers that occur(s) most often in a set of data. |

front 19 Measures of Central Tendency | back 19 For a list of numerical data, numbers that can represent the whole set of data. |

front 20 Range | back 20 A measure of variation that is the difference between the least and greatest values in a set of data. |

front 21 Outlier | back 21 Data that are more than 1/5 times the interquartile range beyond the quartiles. |

front 22 Mean Absolute Deviation | back 22 The average of the absolute values of differences between the mean and each value in a data set. |

front 23 Box & Whisker Plot | back 23 A diagram that divides a set of data into four parts using the median and quartiles. |

front 24 Lower Extreme | back 24 The smallest or least number out of a data set, usually farther away from interquartile range than other data in set. |

front 25 Upper Extreme | back 25 The largest or biggest number out of a data set, usually farther away from interquartile range. |

front 26 Lower Quartile | back 26 The median of the lower half of a set of data. |

front 27 Upper Quartile | back 27 The median of the upper half of a set of data. |

front 28 Interquartile Range | back 28 The range of the middle half of a set of data The difference between the upper quartile and lower quartile. |

front 29 Scatter Plots | back 29 The relationship between a set of data with two variables, graphed as ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. |

front 30 Line of Fit | back 30 On a scatter plot, a line drawn that is very close to most of the data points. |

front 31 Two Way Table | back 31 A way to display frequencies or relative frequencies for two categorical variables. |

front 32 Relative Frequency | back 32 The ratio of the actual number of favorable events to the total possible number of events. |

front 33 Measures of Variation | back 33 Used to describe the distribution of statistical data. |