XJcwolfyX wrote:In # 13 (conclusion), how do you guys write this one when you do the ending of your experiment: "Reasons to accept/reject hypothesis given".
I am having trouble with this one.
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whiteboard wrote:Does anyone have any suggestions as to some possible options for "other appropriate statistic used"?
FawnOnyx wrote:What exactly are you supposed to give for a "measure of central tendency" for Division C Statistics? Is it still just mean, median or mode, even though that's a separate item? Or is it something else? Our team got marked off at an invitational for not having it, even though I think we listed mean, median, and mode. Maybe we just had to label the mean the "central tendency"
whiteboard wrote:Does anyone know if you are allowed to have the rubric with you during the event? I don't think the rules address this, and it seems like it would be helpful to be able to refer to the rubric to make sure you don't forget anything.
kayken13 wrote:For standard deviation, are we supposed to use find the population standard deviation or sample standard deviation?
Also, are we supposed to find standard deviation for each trial set up, for the final numbers, or both?
foreverphysics wrote:Just, y'know, put down all the math you did to solve.
foreverphysics wrote:How long would you suggest practicing with your partner(s)? Seeing as it's 12 days before Regionals and I haven't yet practiced with either of them, this is a pretty big problem.
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