## Ap statistics chapter 4

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# Ap statistics chapter 4

 monotonic functionf(t) moves in one direction as its argument t increases
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#### Definitions

monotonic function f(t) moves in one direction as its argument t increases
linear growth increases by a fixed amount in each equal time period
exponential growth increases by a fixed percentage of the previous total
extrapolation is the use of a regression line for prediction far outside the domain of values of the explanatory variable x that you used to obtain the line or curve
lurking variable is a variable that is not among the explanatory or response variables in a study and yet may influence the interpretation of relationships among those variables.
confounded when their effects on a response variable cannot be distinguished from each other
two-way table describes to categorical variables
simpson's paradox Refers to the reversal of the direction of a comparison or an association when data from several groups are combined to form a single group
marginal distributions The row totals and column totals in a 2-way table give the marginal distributions of the two variables separately.
conditional distribution Look at only one column of table
bar graphs flexible means of presenting categorical data

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