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Statistics

Data must be organized, categorized and analyzed in order to provide valuable information. In Interpreting and Representing Data, you will learn to predict outcomes in Drawing Conclusions Based on Data and understand appropriate applications in Choosing Intervals of Data. Compare and contrast Interpolation and Extrapolation and when each method applies. Describing Data Patterns is crucial when Writing a Data Summary. Communicative skills are critical to the mathematical process of communicating statistical results in all disciplines of study.

- Data Patterns
- Comparing Data Sets
- Describing Data Patterns
- Interpolation
- Interpolating Data
- Extrapolation
- Extrapolating Data
- Identifying Data Trends
- Misleading Data Interpretations
- Determining if Data is Misleading
- Drawing Conclusions Based on Data
- Data Summaries
- Writing a Data Summary
- Independent Variable for Data
- Dependent Variable for Data
- Categories of Data
- Defining Categories of Data
- Intervals of Data
- Choosing Intervals of Data
- Frequency of Data
- Multiple Data Sets
- Representing Multiple Data Sets
- Using Axes to Represent Data
- Choosing a Form of Data Representation
- Labeling Data Representations
- Data Translation
- Translating Data Formats
- Using a Third Axis
- Classifying Data by Who You are Testing: Statistics and Parameters
- Calculating the Center of Data
- Representing Skewed Data on a Graph
- Calculating the Interquartile Range
- Calculating Standard Deviation and Variance

Study fundamental topics in college-level algebra with emphasis on application.

Grasp core concepts of statistics such as probability distributions, approximations, and hypothesis-testing.

Pathways are a sequence of tutorials that help you learn a whole subject area, one concept at a time. Choose from multiple teachers and teaching styles.

The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE Credit®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for 27 of Sophia's online courses for college credit. These courses are eligible to transfer to many different colleges and universities.