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12 Videos (1h 12m)
• Introduction

5:01
• Arithmectic Mean

4:41
• Arithmetic Mean Short cut method

6:13
• Arithmetic Mean Grouped data

9:07
• Arithmetic Mean Class Intervals

6:58
• Median

3:51
• Median case study

2:25
• Median Discrete Frequency Distribution

3:44
• Case Study Median Discrete Frequency Distribution

4:12
• Median Continuous Freqnuency Distribution

6:53
• Median Continuous Frequency Distribution Exclusive Class Intervals

6:26
• Median Graphics

12:08

Welcome to the course Statistics - Measures of Central Tendency.

In this course, you will understand the concepts of Measures of Central Tendency.

You will learn that there are two types of averages namely Simple Average and Special Average.

Simple Averages are Mean, Median and Mode and Special Averages are Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean.

Gaining knowledge on Averages will help us to analyse the information, when we large volume of data. Yes! When we have large volume of data, it would not be possible to analyse each and every data. In such cases, averages plays a critical role. Averages are part of large volume of data, but will represent the volume.

This course will explain the theory and practical aspects in averages.

This course uses simple terminologies and the target audience are any one who are interested in learning basics of statistics.

Video lectures were used for delivering the course content.

This course is structured in self paced learning style.

Take this course to gain clarity and authority in Basics of Statistics.

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