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Statistics: Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions.
Random Variable: A Variable whose values are determined by chance.
Quantitative Variable: A variable that takes numerical values for which arithmetic makes sense, for example, counts, temperatures, weights, amounts of money, etc.
Ratio Level: Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful.
Ordinal Level: Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists.
Stratified Sampling: is a method of sampling from a population.
Population: All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied.
Parameter: Characteristic or measure obtained from a population.
Continuous Variables:Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement.
Systematic Sampling: is a statistical method involving the selection of elements from an ordered sampling frame.

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Across:2. | Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement. | 4. | is a method of sampling from a population. | 5. | is a statistical method involving the selection of elements from an ordered sampling frame. | 6. | Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists. |
| 7. | All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied. | 8. | Characteristic or measure obtained from a population. | 9. | Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions. | 10. | Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful. |
| | Down:1. | A variable that takes numerical values for which arithmetic makes sense, for example, counts, temperatures, weights, amounts of money, etc. |
| 3. | A Variable whose values are determined by chance. |
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Across:2. | Variables which assume an infinite number of possible values. Usually obtained by measurement. | 4. | is a method of sampling from a population. | 5. | is a statistical method involving the selection of elements from an ordered sampling frame. | 6. | Level of Measurement which classifies data into categories that can be ranked. Differences between the ranks do not exists. |
| 7. | All subjects possessing a common characteristic that is being studied. | 8. | Characteristic or measure obtained from a population. | 9. | Collection of methods for planning experiments, obtaining data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting and drawing conclusions. | 10. | Level of measurement which classifies data that can be ranked, differences are meaningful. |
| | Down:1. | A variable that takes numerical values for which arithmetic makes sense, for example, counts, temperatures, weights, amounts of money, etc. |
| 3. | A Variable whose values are determined by chance. |
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