What Is Type of Data Collection in Statistic?

Statistics is the study of the organization, calculation, analysis, and the property of data.  Statistics never escapes from the use of data because data is one of the main substantial of statistics. Statistics includes the discipline knowledge and science in getting interpretation from data. Some of them create forecasts even the calculation from specific formula. Data is the smallest unit of statistical learning. Data is like a cell that can lives by their selves. However, cell can live alone without any kind of organisms.  So does the data which have any meaning and contributes information. However, the data will be more meaningful if it is managed and organized well. Data shows information and values for statistical calculation and then interpreted to get the result of statistics. Data can be organized structurally by making a table, histogram, graph, or any type of visualization data. Data helps everyone understanding what the meaning of number or formulas is. It makes clear the definition of a theorem or make easy in rearranging the data table. Read more of this post

Applications of Linear Equations

Learn procedures for solving applied problems.

 Procedure for Solving Applied Problems

Step 1  Read the problem as many times as needed to understand it thoroughly. Pay close attention to the questions asked to help identify the quantity the variable should represent.

Step 2  Assign a variable to represent the quantity you are looking for, and, when necessary, express all other unknown quantities in terms of this variable. Frequently, it is helpful to draw a diagram to illustrate the problem or to set up a table to organize the information. Read more of this post

Changes of Global Economy

International business has been sharply increasing since the middle of the twentieth century.  It means after World War II almost all of countries in the world change their economies system. Asian economies greatly grow when those country began to manufacture and sell goods to the West. The rise of the Asian economies Read more of this post

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