## Description

Class, looking back over the Course Objectives for this course, what are you looking forward to learning more about throughout your education and career? What are some things that you learned about that you will continue using in your work (be specific on topics and explain how they can be used)? What types of studies would you now be interested in researching and learning about? How might you carry out your research to make the material meaningful to you, your place of work, and your chosen career field?

Normal distribution

Probability

Confidence intervals

hypothesis testing

Correlations and regression

2 references. 300 words.

## Explanation & Answer

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Running header: STATISTICS

Statistics

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STATISTICS

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Normal distribution

A probability distribution is said to be normal if it is continuous, and most of the values

tend to cluster around the mean. When plotted on a graph, a normal distribution will always

assume the shape of a bell (Tong, 2012).

Probability

Probability is the chance that a certain event will occur after several repeated trials. For

example, when we toss a coin, our probability of getting a head will be ½. Likewise, the

probability of obtaining a tail is also ½. Furthermore, when we cast a die, the probability of

getting 1 on the upper side is 1...

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