round table
Sociology
A conference at which participants of similar status discuss and exchange views
Political Science
Examples of round table in the following topics:

Normal probability table
 A normal probability table is given in Appendix B.1 on page 407 and abbreviated in Table 3.8.
 We use this table to identify the percentile corresponding to any particular Z score.
 For instance, the percentile of Z = 0.43 is shown in row 0.4 and column 0.03 in Table 3.8: 0.6664, or the 66.64th percentile.
 Generally, we round Z to two decimals, identify the proper row in the normal probability table up through the ﬁrst decimal, and then determine the column representing the second decimal value.
 For example, to identify Z for the 80th percentile, we look for the value closest to 0.8000 in the middle portion of the table: 0.7995.

Practice 2: Contingency Tables
 The student will conduct a test for independence using contingency tables.
 Copy the data provided in Probability Topics Practice 1: Contingency Tables into the table below.
 Round to two decimal places.

Stem and Leaf Displays
 You can see many facts about TD passes more easily in Figure 1 than in Table 1.
 Table 2 shows data from the case study Weapons and Aggression.
 Similarly, 42.9 is rounded to 43.
 Once again, we have rounded the original values from Table 2.
 In Table 2, none of the values are 0 before rounding.

Homework
 Go to The Table of Contents 14.
 Round expected frequency to two decimal places.
 Fill in the above table, rounding to two decimal places.
 The results are shown in the tables for Exercises 7 and 8.
 The second column in each table does not add to 100% because of rounding.

Word Problems
 Go to The Table of Contents 14.
 Round expected frequency to two decimal places.
 Fill in the above table, rounding to two decimal places.
 The results are shown in the tables for Exercises 7 and 8.
 The second column in each table does not add to 100% because of rounding.

Lab 2: Sampling Experiment
 Round to the nearest whole number.
 Round to the nearest whole number.

Lab: Probability Topics
 Record the number of each color in the "Population" table.
 Use the information from this table to complete the theoretical probability questions.
 Record the results in the "With Replacement" column of the empirical table.
 Record the results in the "Without Replacement" column section of the "Empirical Results" table.
 Round to 4 decimal places. a.

Lab 2: Discrete Distribution (Lucky Dice Experiment)
 NOTE : Round relative frequencies and probabilities to four decimal places.
 Which table (from "Organize the Data" or "Theoretical Distribution") would you expect to change?
 How might the table change?

Lab 2: Regression (Textbook Cost)
 Write the linear equation below, rounding to 4 decimal places.

Frequency
 NOTE : Because of rounding, the relative frequency column may not always sum to one and the last entry in the cumulative relative frequency column may not be one.
 The data in this table has been grouped into the following intervals
 From the table, find the percentage of heights that are less than 65.95 inches.
 From the table, find the percentage of heights that fall between 61.95 and 65.95 inches.
 Use the table of heights of the 100 male semiprofessional soccer players.