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    What is the difference between Paramaeter & Statistics
    What is the concept of operationalize????
    What are focus groups
    What is the meaning of lodging double variable, validity & liability
    Explain Normal Distribution
    What is mean, median mode
    What is range & dispersion
    What the independent & dependent variable
    Explain exploration descriptive casuable research

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    What is the difference between Parameter and Statistics
    A parameter is a characteristic of a population; a population in this case related to parameter is defined as: collection of all possible individuals, objects, or measurements of interest. Whereas statistics is the science of collecting, organizing, presenting, analyzing, and interpreting data to assist in making more effective decisions.

    What is the concept of operationalize?
    The term operationalize discusses how concepts are transformed into variables to make them measurable and subject to testing.

    What are focus groups?
    A focus group is a panel of people, led by a trained moderator, who meet for 90 minutes to 2 hours. The facilitator or moderator uses group dynamics principles to focus or guide the group in an exchange of ideas, feelings, and experiences on a specific topic. The focus group panel is usually made up of 6-10 respondents.

    What is the meaning of lodging double variable, validity, and reliability?

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