The standard deviation of a distribution of a sample mean
standarderror
The best single number to represent a parameter is a point
estimate
A distribution whose shape is relatively flat
uniform
A variable that interferes with other variables in a study, but cannot be controlled
lurking
the difference between the minimum and maximum
range
using a random number table to select a sample
random
a hypothesis that always states that there is no difference between the parameter and it's assumed value
null
a numerical measure of an outcome from a probability experiment
randomvariable
Data that is not organized
rawdata
a list of individuals with certain characteristics in a population
census
A numerical study of a population
parameter
The science of collecting, organizing and analyzing data to draw conclusions
statistics
The process of using chance to select individuals from a population to be included in a sample
randomsampling
A type of sampling bias that occurs when the proportion of one segment of the population is lower in a sample than it is in a population
undercoverage
Data that has already been summarized in frequency distribution
grouped
The measure of likelihood of a random phenomenon or chance behavior
probability
The rule that always equals one
complement
Two events that have no common outcomes in common
disjoint
Another name for disjoint
mutuallyexclusive
A hypothesis that is a statement of status quo or no difference
null