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# Statistics - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Statistics. The shark, on the other hand, consumes small prey, such as small bony fishes, abalone, conch, snails, slugs, limpets, cowries, crabs, segmented worms and shrimps.

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### Statistics

• The shark, on the other hand, consumes small prey, such as small bony fishes, abalone, conch, snails, slugs, limpets, cowries, crabs, segmented worms and shrimps.

Corals are ancient animals related to jellyfish and anemones. An individual coral is known as a polyp, a very small and simple organism consisting mostly of a stomach topped by a tentacle-bearing mouth.

Variance anemones. An individual coral is known as a polyp, a very small and simple organism consisting mostly of a stomach topped by a tentacle-bearing mouth.

• Also called mean square deviation. The square of the standard deviation.

Standard Deviation anemones. An individual coral is known as a polyp, a very small and simple organism consisting mostly of a stomach topped by a tentacle-bearing mouth.

• Describes how spread out the data is.

Theoretical distribution curve: An ideal picture of a distribution based on random sampling.

T- Test distribution based on random sampling.

• To test if there’s a significant difference between the means of two independent samples.