In mathematics, a comparative statistic is a statistic that compares two or more groups of people or things. For instance, the average age of a child is much more valuable than the average age of a person.
This question is a little tricky. I’m not really sure what you mean by “comparative statistic”. And even if you do mean something by it, I have no idea how to explain it to you.
The comparison of groups is usually about how different things are and how they change over time. As a common denominator, it doesn’t seem to matter what group a person is. A number of people, whether they are in the United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom, get very similar or even superior statistics compared to a different group of people. This is really the difference.
The problem with statistics is that you can’t really use statistics for anything. I don’t think statistics are a great value for people. I think statistics are a good way to give them a sense of group status. But if you want a group status statement, you’re gonna have to do something. I don’t know how the stats for these kinds of groups are so specific, but I have a hard time believing that I can ever tell you why.
The problem is that statistics can only tell you what proportion a population is in a certain statistic. I dont know how this statistic is so narrow, but I know that I can tell you what the proportion of the population that is in that statistic is.
They are about 50% of the population, so that is a huge difference, but I dont know how the statistics fit in with the statistics for any particular population.
In a nutshell, statistics are averages of things. So for example, if you take a number of people from a group (say, the population) and then you take that number of people and subtract the number of people in that group you get the number of people in the group who are in the same statistic as you. So if you have 100 people in the population, you subtract that number of people in the population and you get 100 people in the same statistic as you.
An example might be that the US census has a population of 100 million people, but the US does not have 100 million people. This is because the US population is very much larger than the population of the US. The US has a population of 100 million people and the US population is only about 100 million people.
I really want to understand this, because I think it’s something that we’re all trying to master. In statistics, we talk about things like the ratio of people to cars or the ratio of people to people. For example, the ratio of people to people is 1:1. This ratio is the ratio between people and the amount of people that exist in a set population.
In some ways that’s the whole point of statistics. The ratio of people to cars is a measure of the number of people per unit of space. The ratio of people to people is a measure of the number of people per unit of population. The ratio of people to people is a measure of how many things can be packed into a given amount of space.