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Descriptive Statistics

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Definition of Statistics: it viewed as a subject is a process of tabulating, collecting and analyzing numerical data upon which important conclusions are drawn.

It may also be defined like numerical data that has been, collected from a specified source and for a particular purpose for illustration, population statistics from the ministry of planning, Agricultural statistics from the ministry of Agriculture

It may also refer to the values that have been acquired from statistical calculations for illustration, the mean, range, and mode and so on.

 

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