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Textbook Problem

Statistical techniques are classified into two general categories. What are the two categories called, and what is the general purpose for the techniques in each category?

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The two categories of statistical techniques and their purposes.

Explanation

The Statistical methods can be classified into two types of categories such as descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.

Descriptive statistics:

The descriptive statistics method is used to organize and summarize data. It gives the quantitative description of the information...

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