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T-Shirt Question. Suppose you decide to sell commemorative t-shirts at your town’s centennial picnic. You know you can make a tidy profit, but only if you can sell most of your supply of shirts, because your supplier will not buy them back.

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T-Shirt Question
• Suppose you decide to sell commemorative t-shirts at your town’s centennial picnic. You know you can make a tidy profit, but only if you can sell most of your supply of shirts, because your supplier will not buy them back.
• How many shirts can you reasonably plan on selling?

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Chapter 14 Descriptive Statistics
• Organizing and visualizing data
• Measures of central tendency
• Measures of dispersion
• The normal distribution
What will you learn?
• The difference between a sample and population
• What a bias looks like.
• Organizing frequency tables.
• Visualizing data
• What do mean, median and mode really mean.
How to compare data.
• How to use the 5 number summary
• What are range and standard deviation.
• Coefficient of variation
• What are the properties of a normal curve.
• Raw and z-scores
Chapter 12 Counting
• Introduction to counting methods
• The fundamental counting principle.
• Permutations
• Combinations
Chapter 13 Probability
• Basics of probability theory
• What is the expected value