Q: What was lengendre contribution to statistics?

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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.

Psychological statistics is the application of statistics to psychology.

The statistics (pl.) indicate that statistics (sing.) is a pseudo-science.

The two main forms of statistics are qualitative (descriptive) statistics and quantitative (inferential or inductive) statistics.

Distinguish b/w statistics plural & statistics singular.

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Louis Lengendre - historian - was born in 1655.

Louis Lengendre - historian - died in 1733.

he is the one who introduce the importance of probability in statistics

Abraham de Moivre was a French Mathematician (1667-1754).He was a protestant and came to London.His contribution to mathematics was in the mathematical branch in Statistics and derived (De Moivre's theorm)- the poisson distribution and hypergeometrical distributions on statistics,the derivation of probability density function of the normal distribution distribution in statistical analysis.

William A. Schoenfeld has written: 'A compendium of hop statistics (of interest to Pacific Coast states)' -- subject(s): Hops, Statistics 'Applied research contribution to Oregon's agricultural income' -- subject(s): Agriculture, Research

The two main branches of statistics is Descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.

A good site that is optional in different languages and has defenitions of large and difficult words related to the holocaust is: www.wikipedia.org

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.

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

The statistics (pl.) indicate that statistics (sing.) is a pseudo-science.

Psychological statistics is the application of statistics to psychology.