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Lorena Becker Lorena Becker 2022-11-30

Define lateral displacement.

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Callie Johnston Callie Johnston 2022-11-29

6 18 = x 36

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R = w p solve for p.

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Sushma GcSushma Gc2022-09-22

The descriptive statistics should start with the categorization as you work. Some types of variables in statistics include independent, dependent, categorical, and continuous types among others. If you want to work with equations, you should focus on controlled, moderator, or intervening types of statistics. The most important is exploring the answers to the questions that are based on the types of equations with variables, so you can see the major differences and switch from one method to another for your descriptive or calculation purposes. Take your time and see the answers in detail as you work on your statistical data.