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Statistics is the theory and application of mathematics to the scientific method including hypothesis generation experimental design sampling data collection data summarization estimation prediction and inference from those results to the population from which the experimental sample was drawn this article lists statisticians who have been instrumental in the development of theoretical . The birth of probability and statistics the original idea ofstatistics was the collection of information about and for thestate the word statistics derives directly not from any classical greek or latin roots but from the italian word for state the birth of statistics occurred in mid 17 th century a commoner named john graunt who was a native of london began reviewing a weekly . Prerequisites high school mathematics or permission of the department description intensive course in intermediate algebra and trigonometry topics include algebraic exponential logarithmic trigonometric functions and their graphs. Statistics for research projects chapter 2 since the expectation of pis equal to the true value of what pis trying to estimate namely p we say that pis an unbiased estimator for p
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