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Q: A dot plot shows
A: A dot chart or dot plot is a statistical chart consisting of data points plotted on a fairly simple scale, typically using filled in circles. There are two common, yet very different, versions of the dot chart. [ The first is described by Wilkinson as a graph that has been used in hand-drawn (pre-computer era) graphs to depict distributions.[1] The other version is described by Cleveland as an
alternative to the bar chart, in which dots are used to depict the quantitative values (e.g. counts) associated with categorical variables.[2] ]
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User: For any dataset which measures of central location have only one value

User: A dot plot shows

Weegy: A dot chart or dot plot is a statistical chart consisting of data points plotted on a fairly simple scale, typically using filled in circles. There are two common, yet very different, versions of the dot chart. [ The first is described by Wilkinson as a graph that has been used in hand-drawn (pre-computer era) graphs to depict distributions.[1] The other version is described by Cleveland as an alternative to the bar chart, in which dots are used to depict the quantitative values (e.g. counts) associated with categorical variables.[2] ]
sueschil|Points 100|

User: A list of all possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability of occurrence is called a

Weegy: Probability Distribution. A listing of all possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability of occurrence is called a Probability Distribution.
migzptz|Points 7628|

User: The shape of any uniform probability distribution is

User: The mean of any uniform probability distribution is

User: For the normal distribution, the mean plus and -1.96 standard deviation will include about what percentage of the observation

Weegy: The distribution of equally-likely events in the long run through accidents of nature. In an infinite amount of time, a random process could ultimately generate structured results: e.g., [ a group of monkeys seated at typewriters could peck out all the great works of literature. This would be an extremely rare event, but it is conceivable. The normal curve is a mathematical formula that assigns probabilities to the occurrence of rare events. Statistically speaking, it is a probability distribution for a continuous random variable: The ordinate represents the probability density for the occurrence of a value. The baseline represents the values. The exact shape of the curve is given by a complicated formula that you do NOT need to know. The area under the curve is interpreted as representing all occurrences of the variable, X. ]
Expert answered|Albert50|Points 30|

User: A null hypothesis makes a claim about a

Weegy: A null hypothesis makes a claim about a population parameter. [ ]
Expert answered|Albert50|Points 30|

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