Statistics – Computational Mathematics

Subtopics Covered
Raw Data
Grouped data
Presentation of Statistical Data
Three Statistical quantities Of Central Tendency
Dispersion and Variation
Past year Questions
Chapter Objectives
At the completion of this chapter, you should understand how to:

  • To understand why statistics are used to solve real life problem;
  • To use general guidelines to organise data into Frequency Table;
  • To use various charts and graph to display data, e.g. Histogram Cumulative Frequency Diagram;
  • To calculate Standard Deviation, Variance as measures of central tendency;
  • To calculate Standard Deviation, Variance as measures of spread or dispersion.

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