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For the next 2 minutes, interview someone sitting near you in class.
We will have small discussions throughout the course and you should get to know your neighbors.
You should be able to answer what their major of study is and how many years they have studied in the following poll.
The following topics will be covered in this lecture:
Courtesy of Mario Triola, Essentials of Statistics, 5th edition
Discuss: can you describe what the word data might mean in statistics? Please provide an example of data.
Discuss: can you describe what the word population might mean in statistics? Please provide an example of a population.
Discuss: can you describe what the word sample might mean in statistics? Please provide an example of a sample.