In statistics what does n equals mean?
In statistics, n is usually used to mean the number of observations or measurements which you have. So n = 7 means you have 7 observations or meadurements.
If you mean n times 7 equals 56... Then the value of n is 8 !
N represents 100
n-1 means take the sample size and subtract 1 from it.
the mean is important in statistics because you will find out your average and can compare that mean to other things..
In statistics, this is the symbol for the "Variance"
Mean is the average.
38 multiplied by n is 570. n = 15
If you mean: n/2 = 16 then the value of n is 32
If you mean: 24/n = 4 then the value of n is 6
They are statistics of central tendency.
What do you mean by statistics? Re-Ask the question.
Statistics is the study of collecting , organizing , and interpreting data!
As a wild guess, I'd say 6.
the mean is affected by outliers
if you mean 2n=8, then N=4, which translate to 2x4=8
Examples of descriptive statistics are mean, median, mode, and midrange.
The mean is called a non-resistant measure in statistics.
it means that you move 2 over one space
"According to statistics."
It has the same meaning as an equals sign anywhere else in mathematics.
You might be talking about the A Level subject (actually, a part of the subject) "Statistics 2".
The direction in which the trend analysis points.
Can someone help me find the answer for a sample n=36 with a population mean of of 76 and a mean of 79.4 with a standard deviation of 18?
Since this is regarding statistics I assume you mean lower case sigma (σ) which, in statistics, is the symbol used for standard deviation, and σ2 is known as the variance.
It is an equation in the form of: n/16 +7 = 10 and the value of n is 48
Statistics is considered a branch of mathematics, and uses arithmetical and mathematical tools to analyse the data and present them in clear, meaningful ways. For example, the arithmetical mean of a set of N numbers - whatever those values represent - is(the sum of the numbers)/N;a straightforward addition "sum" followed by division.
If you mean: -6n+5 = 1 then the value of n is 2/3
N. A. Weiss has written: 'Minitab supplement Elementary statistics' -- subject(s): Statistics
Understanding the mean in research and what it represents
n is the sample size.
s is the sample standard deviation. it is computed by taking the square root of: sum(x-mean)2/n-1
descriptive statistics-quantitavely describe the main features of a collection of data. Descriptive statistics are distinguished from inferential.Statistics(or inductive statistics),in that descriptive statistics aim to summarize a data set,rather than use the data to learn about the population that the data are thought to represent.
It means that a + n + mc + cg = 0
μ is the symbol for the population mean in statistics. fyi and related but not necessary for the above answer: the sample mean is , enunciated by saying "x" bar. hope this helped. Citation : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_mean
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I dont know that's why i asked man!
In statistics it could mean the sum of the values for the y-variable.
IN statistics yes there is a negative mean. Mean is the average of multiple numbers. Negative is opposite of positive.