Q: How do you use the formula of measure in statistics?

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Businesses use statistics in order to learn about their customers. Managers measure customer satisfaction by using statistics. They can then use this information to improve their current position.

The mean is called a non-resistant measure in statistics.

Use the formula for volume of a sphere.

For US measure, use this formula: US gallons x 3.785 = litersFor UK measure, use this formula: UK gallons x 4.546 = liters

Differential statistics are statistics that use calculus. Normally statistics would use algebra but differential statistics uses calculus instead of algebra.

You just measure how tall it is.

Standard deviation is a measure of how spread out a set of numbers are from each other. It has a variety of uses in statistics.

Look up the formula in a book of elementary statistics or on the web. The browser that we are required to use is not suitable for providing an answer.

Crime is committed, and the numbers that measure it are collected, analyzed and become statistics.

In that case, you don't measure it - you calculate it. Use the formula: force = mass x acceleration

Statistics is a branch of mathematics.

Agriculture uses statistics, statistics does not use agriculture.

If you can measure 3 of these 4 things then you can use this formula q( energy in Joules ) = Mass * specific heat * temperature final - temperature initial

If you use Newton's Second law to measure force, you don't need to derive any additional mathematical formula.

I suggest you measure the DVDs radius (or measure its diameter and divide that by 2). Then you can use the formula for the area of a circle.

Find the likelihood of events whose outcomes include an element of uncertainty, or to find the measure of uncertainty in the outcome of events.

i think ... at first measure V and I and then use the formula > N1/N1 = V1/V2 = I2/I1 to calculate N

Look up the formula in a statistics text book or on the web and use that. This browser is not really up to displaying statistical formulae.

You use the universal formula for gravitation. Lab measurements - such as the Cavendish balance - are used to determine the constant, G. Once this is known, you can measure the force of gravity between a known mass, and Earth, and insert the values in the formula for gravitation.

To convert from feet to meters use this formula: feet x 0.305 = meters.

That would depend on how you're measuring it. The classic definition is: a = Δv/Δt

If you know the coordinates either measure it or use the distance formula

There are two types of statistics. One is called descriptive statistics and the other is inferential statistics. Descriptive statistics is when you use numbers. Inferential statistics is when you draw conclusions or make predictions.

application of statistics in engineering field

Yes it does. It works on and provides a lot of statistics.