**Independent: **The probability stays the same each time you sample.

**Dependent: ** The probability changes each time you sample.

**Independent: **The probability stays the same each time you sample.

**Dependent: ** The probability changes each time you sample.

When it doubt draw it out. In regards to determining if you should reject the null hypothesis.

Read MoreFrom the example above the probability of getting a yummy chocolate cookie is 33.33%. These results also mean that we have a 66.66% chance of not getting one, unfortunately!

Read MoreIndependent variables are what influence the outcomes, which are the dependent variables, and confounding variables are influences on the dependent variables other than the independent variables.

Read MoreAnother reason people cherry pick data is to artificially bolster their arguments.

Read MoreMuch like the way we are taught to read. One does not simply jump into reading words rather they start by identifying letters.

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