# Chapter 2: Probability and Statistics TE - Enrichment

Created by: CK-12

## Chapter Outline

- 2.1. An Introduction to Analyzing Statistical Data
- 2.2. Visualizations of Data
- 2.3. An Introduction to Probability
- 2.4. Discrete Probability Distributions
- 2.5. Normal Distribution
- 2.6. Planning and Conducting an Experiment or Study
- 2.7. Sampling Distributions and Estimations
- 2.8. Hypothesis Testing
- 2.9. Regression and Correlation
- 2.10. Chi-Square
- 2.11. Analysis of Variance and the F-Distribution
- 2.12. Non-Parametric Statistics

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## Description

This chapter covers enrichment activities supporting CK-12 Advanced Probability and Statistics Student Edition.

## Difficulty Level:

Advanced## Authors:

## Tags:

alternative hypothesis
analysis of variance
binomial probability distribution
(53 more)
bivariate data
Box and Whisker Plots
Central Limit Theorem
chi-square
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complement of an event
compound event
conditional probability
conducting an experiment
confidence interval
continuous variables
correlation
discrete probability distributions
discrete variables
estimations
events
experimental data
experiments
F-distribution
frequency distributions
geometric probability distribution
histograms
hypothesis testing
Intersection
Kruskal-Wallis test
least-squares regression
mean
measures of spread
median
multiple regression
nonparametric statistics
null hypothesis
outcomes
outlier
Poisson probability distribution
probability
rank correlation
rank sum test
regression
sampling
sampling distributions
simple event
simple random sample
standard deviation
standard normal probability distribution
stem and leaf plot
sums and differences of independent random variables
surveys
t distribution
tests for independence
two-way ANOVA test
union
z-score

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## Date Created:

Feb 23, 2012## Last Modified:

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