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Statistics 1000 Survey Questions

- What Statistics course are you taking now? (
- What was your math SAT score? (
- What was your verbal SAT score? (
- How tall are you, to the nearest inch?
- What is your shoe size?
- Circle whether you are MALE or FEMALE.
- What is your mother’s height?
- What is your father’s height?

## What are some statistical questions in math?

Statistical Questions- Math

## How do you ask a good statistical question?

**The Answer to a Good Statistical Question Has a Distribution and Tendency**. The answer to the question has a distribution and tendency. If the answer to the question has a distribution and tendency, then that is statistical. Simply put, you cannot have a distribution or tendency if you only have one datum available.

## Is what is your favorite color a statistical question?

6. What is my favorite color? This is **not a statistical question** because it is not answered by data that vary.

## What is a statistical question 6th grade?

A statistical question is **one that can be answered by collecting data and where there will be variability in that data**. This is different from a question that anticipates a deterministic answer. For example, “How many minutes do 6th grade students typically spend on homework each week?” is a statistical question.

## What is an example of a statistic?

Generally, a statistic is used to estimate the value of a population parameter. For instance, suppose we selected a random sample of 100 students from a school with 1000 students. **The average height of the sampled students** would be an example of a statistic. So would the average grade point average.

## Do wolves weigh more than dogs?

Do wolves weigh more than dogs is a statistical question too since **there are a lot of different dog weights and it is difficult to compare to the mean weight of a wolf since wolves come in different sizes too.**

## What is a statistical question worksheet?

A statistical question is **one that results in varying responses and results (data)**. ● Must be collected on more than one individual. ● Must be an opportunity for the data to vary.

## Is a yes or no question statistical?

In general, **a statistical question is one in which the population is specified, variable answers are anticipated, and the question asks for interesting information**. Many times, students will write questions which can be answered with only two choices: yes or no.

## What should I do my statistics project on?

Statistics Project Ideas on Socio-Economics

- Significance of agricultural loans for farmers.
- Comparison between criminal offenses in town as well as villages.
- The effect of poverty on crime rates.
- Food habits in low-income families.
- Malpractices of low-income groups.
- Income versus explanation analysis in a society.

## Which is an example of a statistical question question 1 question 2 question 3 question 4?

A statistical question is one for which you don’t expect to get a single answer. … For example, “How tall are you?” is not a statistical question. But “**How tall are the students in your school?**” is a statistical question.

## What is not a statistical question?

A statistical question is one that can be answered by collecting data and for which there will be variability in that data. **Questions that are answered with a single data point** are not statistical questions because there is no variability in the data used to answer the question.

## Is Do you like pizza a statistical question?

Or Do you like pizza? Both of these questions will only have one answer. **Questions that can be answered with a yes or no are NOT statistical questions**. Questions that can be answered with ONE answer.

## Which of the following is an example of statistical question?

A statistical question is a question that can be answered by collecting data that vary. For example, “How old am I?” is not a statistical question, but “**How old are the students in my school?**” is a statistical question.

## Do statistical questions have to have numbers?

A question is not statistical if the data we collect to answer it is a single value. Note that **the data collected to answer statistical questions does not have to be numerical**.

## What is a statistical question IXL?

A statistical question **requires the collection of data to answer it**. The data is expected to vary. So, if you ask a statistical question, you would expect more than one answer.

## What math is 6th grade?

The major math strands for a sixth-grade curriculum are **number sense and operations, algebra, geometry, and spatial sense, measurement, and functions, and probability**. While these math strands might surprise you, they cover the basics of what a sixth grader should learn in math.

## Is how many buttons are in the jar a statistical question?

The question “How many buttons are in the jar?” is answered by counting the buttons. This produces a single value–it is not answered by collecting data that vary. **It is not a statistical question**.

## What are the five examples of statistics?

Some include:

- Sample mean, sample median, and sample mode.
- Sample variance and sample standard deviation.
- Sample quantiles besides the median, e.g., quartiles and percentiles.
- Test statistics, such as t-statistic, chi-squared statistic, f statistic.
- Order statistics, including sample maximum and minimum.

## What is statistics in real life?

Statistics is **the collection of data and its representation**. Statistics compare data through mean, median and mode. We all have heard that we live in the information age where we deal about the world around us. Most of the information is determined mathematically using statistics.

## Where statistics is used in real life?

Statistics is regularly used in **medical studies to understand how different factors are related**. For example, medical professions often use correlation to analyze how factors like weight, height, smoking habits, exercise habits, and diet are related.

## Is a fox a dog?

**Canines, also called canids, include foxes, wolves, jackals, and other members of the dog family (Canidae)**. They are found throughout the world and tend to be slender long-legged animals with long muzzles, bushy tails, and erect pointed ears. This is a list of canines ordered alphabetically by genus.

## Is a husky a wolf?

Facts. MYTH: Huskies and Malamutes are half-wolf. FACT: **Huskies and Malamutes are completely separate species from the wolf**.

## Do all wolves have yellow eyes?

**All wolves have varying shades of yellow eyes**. This is an eye color that is occasionally found in dogs, though most have brown or sometimes blue eyes.

## How can you tell that a question is statistical or non-statistical?

**A statistical question will ask a question where the answer can vary**. Once data is collected and analyzed, the answer can provide an explanation of the information. A non-statistical question will have data, but the results will not vary. There will only be one answer.

## What is statistical and non-statistical?

Statistical

the answers could vary, depending on who is asked. Possible answer: **A statistical question has a variety of answers.** **A non-statistical question has only one answer**.

## Is what was the high temperature in Chicago yesterday a statistical question?

Consider the following question: What was the high temperature in Chicago yesterday? Which best describes the question? **It is not a statistical question** because the data is a single number.

## What type of data is gender?

For example, gender is a **categorical data** because it can be categorized into male and female according to some unique qualities possessed by each gender. There are 2 main types of categorical data, namely

nominal data and ordinal data.

## What type of data is age?

Age can be both **nominal and ordinal data** depending on the question types. I.e “How old are you” is used to collect nominal data while “Are you the firstborn or What position are you in your family” is used to collect ordinal data. Age becomes ordinal data when there’s some sort of order to it.

## What type of data is nationality?

**Nominal data** are used to label variables without any quantitative value. Common examples include male/female (albeit somewhat outdated), hair color, nationalities, names of people, and so on.