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1. Revision Notes Class 10 Math Chapter 14 : Introduction To statistics
2. A quick overview of Class 10 Math Chapter 14
3. List of the topics and subtopics covered in CBSE Class 10 Math Chapter 14
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Class 10 Chapter 14 Maths notes are prepared by the subject experience teachers at Safalta. It includes all statistical concepts like grouped data, ungrouped data, measures of central tendency like mean, median, mode, methods to find mean, median, and mode, and the relationship between them, along with the important facts and formulae that are important to have a proper understanding of the chapter.
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In Class 10 Maths Chapter 14, students will learn the three measures of central tendency that are mean, median, and mode from ungrouped data to that of grouped data.
Students will also understand the concepts of cumulative frequency, the cumulative frequency distribution, and how to draw cumulative frequency known as ogives.
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Mean of Grouped Data
The mean of the observation is the sum of all the values given in the observations divided by the total number of observations.
If y₁,y₂, y₃, y₄...yₙ are observation with respective frequencies f1, f2, f3, f4, ….,fn
Then, the mean of the yof the data is given by:
Mode of Grouped Data
The mode of the is that value among the observations which occurs most frequently and is also defined as the value of the observation having a maximum frequency.
Median of Grouped Data
Median is defined as the measure of central tendency which obtains the value of the middlemost observation in the data.
If n is odd, then the median is the
term of the observations.
If n is even, then the median is defined as the average of the
term of the observations.
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14.2: Mean of Grouped Data
14.3: Mode of Grouped Data
14.4: Median of Grouped Data
14.5: Graphical Representation of Cumulative Frequency Distribution
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How many methods are there in statistics class 10?There are three methods to find mean
What does l mean in statistics?
In statistics, an L-statistic is a statistic (function of a data set) that is a linear combination of order statistics; the "L" is for "linear". These are more often referred to by narrower terms according to use, namely: L-estimator, using L-statistics as estimators for parameters
What is the formula of mean for class 10 statistics?
What are 3 methods to find mean?
- Direct Method.
- Assumed Mean Method.
- Step-deviation Method
How is student Mark calculated?
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