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# What a set of data involving one variable?

Updated: 10/19/2022

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### A set of data involving one variable?

A set of data with one variable is a net-graph

Univariate.

### What is data that can take one value from a finite set of values?

A discrete variable.

### Is the value of a variable for an element called data set?

The observed values of a variable form the data set. Not sure where "element" fits into it.

Bivariate

### If the mode of a data set is 35 which must be true about the data set?

35 occurs most often in the collated data set.

### Why is a control set up being done in conducting an experiment?

An experiment usually involves a set of steps involving one variable. This is what is being tested. A control involves the same steps without the one variable. The results are checked against each other to see if the variable had any effect.

### Why is a control set up being done in the conduct of an experiment?

An experiment usually involves a set of steps involving one variable. This is what is being tested. A control involves the same steps without the one variable. The results are checked against each other to see if the variable had any effect.

### Why is control set up being done in conduct of an experiment?

An experiment usually involves a set of steps involving one variable. This is what is being tested. A control involves the same steps without the one variable. The results are checked against each other to see if the variable had any effect.

The y-Variable

### What is a example of discrete data?

Discrete data are observations on a variable that which take values from a discrete set.

### WHY is a control setup being done in the conduct of an experiment?

An experiment usually involves a set of steps involving one variable. This is what is being tested. A control involves the same steps without the one variable. The results are checked against each other to see if the variable had any effect.