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Created by Milo Schield of Augsberg College, this article discusses teaching causality without being discipline specific. The author states, "To better satisfy the interests of our students and to be inclusive of our...
This article, created by Alan W. Sykes of Swansea University College, describes an alternate calculation of expected value, which illustrates continuous random variables. The author uses charts, graphs and text to help...
This article, created by Alan G. Hawkes of the University College of Swansea, illustrates the difficulty in defining an event you are dealing with and that, even if you can define the event properly, you may encounter ...
Averages are meant to convey the essential features of a set of data, or a random variable, in a simple and a concise way. Like any other summary, an average can be misleading, misused and abused; there is a fair amount...
This article, created by Bryan Wilson, provides the example of student form orders to demonstrate the unreliability of combining data from two different distributions (or subjects). The author provides charts, graphs...
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