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Q: What do racehorse statistics mean?

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If you mean a TB, then a Quarter Horse and a Cheetah are the only 2 I know of. If you mean any racehorse, then a Cheetah is the only one I know of.

In statistics, this is the symbol for the "Variance"

Racehorse is one word.

Mean is the average.

A cheetah or another racehorse.

the mean is important in statistics because you will find out your average and can compare that mean to other things..

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Gunsynd was the racehorse known as the 'Goondiwindi grey'.

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descriptive statistics

They are statistics of central tendency.

The richest racehorse to date is Curlin with over $10,000,000 in earnings

the mean is affected by outliers

Statistics is the study of collecting , organizing , and interpreting data!

If you were to breed a long distance thoroughbred racehorse with short distance racehorse you might get a middle distance racehorse

The term "Distance Racehorse" refers to a racehorse which has been specifically bred for the purpose of racing long distances. These horses possess plenty of stamina.

"According to statistics."

Probability/ Statistics

Phar Lap, and was a New Zealand racehorse.

Jim Bolger - racehorse trainer - was born in 1941.

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Examples of descriptive statistics are mean, median, mode, and midrange.

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

Currently the greatest racehorse in the world is Frankel, unbeaten in 13 starts in the UK.

A racehorse is about 1000 to 1400 pounds, with the most common being 1100 to 1300 lbs.