Saturday, 29 September 2018

Help With Statistics

Need statistics help or with any other field or subject of
applied mathematics or other fields? Try asking Dr. Math at
mathforum.org. This is an online open forum where people can
simply submit their queries on any mathematics related subject
which will be then answered by Dr. Math in a couple of days.
There are many people who have already asked questions on the
website and they have been answered satisfactorily. The good
thing about the Math Forum is that they cater to the student’s
or inquirer’s direct mathematics problem, rather than supplying
basic theories and facts that will merely require more
explanation and application.

This is because the method of the Math Forum’s statistics help
is learning by example. Many individuals send their questions
such as math problems they encounter or other related things and
Dr. Math answers it for them. Alongside the answers are more
importantly the extensive explanations of Dr. Math in terms of
his answer and as to which formulae and principles he used in
solving the problem. He also includes the general rules in such
a principle or formulae and includes other statistics help
details such as exceptions and important things to note, as well
as techniques on how to remember to get the formula right.

For example, in one of the questions, a forum poster asked for
middle school statistics help, specifically about the definition
of mean, median, mode and range. Dr. Math then answers by first
proposing to define the terms and thus he gave a set of numbers
which the student could presume as math grades. The first term,
which is mean, is then defined in one paragraph, which is
followed by a simple description as to how the mean is achieved
and uses the number he has given earlier to achieve the mean as
an illustrative example. He then moves on to define what the
median is, explains the manner or formula used to find it and
uses the same set of numbers to derive it for the example. And
since the median is a bit more difficult to achieve, he provides
explanation as to how it is taken. The same goes for the
definitions, explanations, and illustrations of the mode as well
as the range.

In the Math Forum, all the answers similar to the example above
and saved and posted on the website, so that is there are other
people who have the same question they can browse through the
answers immediately. For the convenience of the viewer, each of
the questions and answers are categorized by the field of
mathematics and to the educational level they would most likely
fall under. As for the forum, most of the mathematical fields
are there, including statistics help, which are all subdivided
into the five general stages of education, from the early school
years to college.

There are also other statistics help websites on the internet,
some of them are even on links where the Math Forum website is
also featured. Just search for them and see which one fits you
best.


About The Author: Robert is a senior member of MGT,
http://wwww.mygeekytutor.com, a Los Angeles based online
tutoring company which offers statistics help online

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