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'''Exercises from OpenIntro (Diez, Barr, and Çetinkaya-Rundel) §1'''
 
'''Exercises from OpenIntro (Diez, Barr, and Çetinkaya-Rundel) §1'''
  
:'''SQ0.''' Any questions or clarifications from the OpenIntro text or lecture notes?
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:'''SQ1.''' Any questions or clarifications from the OpenIntro text or lecture notes?
:'''SQ1.''' Exercise 1.6 about identifying cases, variables, types, and research questions
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:'''SQ2.''' Exercise 1.6 about identifying cases, variables, types, and research questions
:'''SQ2.''' Exercise 1.12 about populations, samples, and generalizability
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:'''SQ3.''' Exercise 1.12 about populations, samples, and generalizability
:'''SQ3.''' Exercise 1.52 about means and medians from a histogram
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:'''SQ4.''' Exercise 1.52 about means and medians from a histogram
:'''SQ4.''' Exercise 1.56 about skewness and choosing appropriate statistics
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:'''SQ5.''' Exercise 1.56 about skewness and choosing appropriate statistics
:'''SQ5.''' Exercise 1.64 about selecting certain types of visualization over others
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:'''SQ6.''' Exercise 1.64 about selecting certain types of visualization over others
  
 
Several of these questions draw from Study 4 of the following paper (although I don't think it's critical to look at the paper to answer the questions):
 
Several of these questions draw from Study 4 of the following paper (although I don't think it's critical to look at the paper to answer the questions):

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