**APPENDIXC**

Glossary

**Addition Rule of Probabilities** Determines the probability of the union of two or more events.

**Alternative Hypothesis** Denoted by *H*_{1}, represents the opposite of the null hypothesis and holds true if the null hypothesis is found to be false.

**Analysis of Variance (ANOVA**) A procedure to test the difference between more than two population means.

**Bar Chart** A data display where the value of the observation is proportional to the height of the bar on the graph.

**Bayes’ Theorem** A theorem used to calculate P(A|B) from information about P(B|A). The term P(B|A) refers to the probability of Event B, given that Event A has occurred.

**Biased Sample** A sample that does not represent the intended population and can lead to distorted findings. ...

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