What steps must be followed to measure one variable, such as a batting average, the emissions of a prototype engine, the growth of a child, or the explosion of the gypsy moth population? Concepts of normal curves, normal calculations, and straight-line and exponential growth are introduced as tools to predict the effect of a single variable, or the growth of a variable over time.
Basic Data Analysis For One Variable
• UNIT 7: NORMAL CURVES
• UNIT 8: NORMAL CALCULATIONS
• UNIT 9: STRAIGHT-LINE GROWTH
• UNIT 10: EXPONENTIAL GROWTH