Flashcards in i hate stats Deck (54)
what were the dates of the large data set?
may to october
2015 and 1987
how many uk locations are there in the large data set?
how many overseas locations are there in the large data set?
what are all the uk locations?
what are all the overseas locations?
what is a test statistic?
what X represents-the thing being measured.
what does tr/trace mean?
less than 0.05 mm of rain
what is daily total sunshine measured to?
nearest 1/10th of an hour.
the Beaufort wind scale can only go up to...
what is the maximum humidity value?
100-it's a percentage.
what is the maximum mean cloud cover?
8-it's measured in eighths or oktas.
what are the typical values for gust in the uk?
normal wind speed?
max is "fresh", or 5.
up to 60mm in uk
perth can have 100mm.
what is a population?
a complete collection of relevant individual people or items
in a probability tree use what on the branches
decimals not percentages honestly
in the conclusion...
state the significance level
IF U HAVENT PRACTISED VECTORS GO DO IT
What is a population?
A complete collection of relevant individual people or items that are of interest.
What do you put on the branches of tree diagrams ?
DECIMALS NOT PERCENTAGES
There is not enough evidence...
AT the significance level
Bearings are measured...
CLOCKISE from NORTH
Instead of saying a graph shifts, say it...
Is translated by a vector.
What is the test statistic ?
What you measure- what X stands for .
what are some limitations of samples?
different samples can lead to different conclusions due to natural variation.
what are the effects of something being modelled as a particle?
allows the thing to be treated as a single mass and allows the effects pf rotational forces to be ignored.
what is a census?
measurements of every member of a population.