“I had a pretty normal day,” “I have little confidence in our ability to win today,” and “That’s so random!” are statements you might use in conversation. We use a lot of everyday language to describe situations in statistics. Does the use of words that you’re already familiar with, such as normal, confidence, and random, help you understand the statistical concepts they describe? Explain why or why not.
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jbeck8784 2 years ago
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Step-by-step explanation:

I would say that yes, they do. The concepts are being described as normal, confident, and random. Those are describing the statistical concept the sentence is placed around.

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