Statistics is the backbone of decision-making, Basic Statistics

1. (a) 'Statistics is the backbone of decision-making'. Describe.
    (b) 'Statistics is as good as the user'. Describe.

2.  Differentiate between the following with example.

(a) Inclusive and Exclusive limits.

(b) Discrete and Continuous data.

(C) Qualitative and Quantitative data

(d) Class intervalsand class limits . 

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