So, if your account is disabled, and you actually do get it back, (which most-likely won’t happen.) will all of your photos and EVERYTHING be gone? Please be honest, and please may your honesty be the answer; “no.” because my account was disabled earlier this morning, and I haven’t emailed anybody or did anything yet, because I thought it was just a glitch or something. But then later I tried logging in again, and it didn’t work. So I tried again, and again, and FINALLY it gave me the option that said ” Incorrect Password – The password you entered was not valid. ” And there were to buttons that I could push. Either ” Reset My Password. or, ” Try Again” and I haven’t clicked either one yet, because I am scared of what might happen next if I click either one… If I click try again then I log in to many times it might think I am a hacker, and delete the account or something. But if I click reset my password, then it might delete everything and renew my facebook or something. Please, if anyone reads this comment, (which you probably won’t because you think it’s too long.) then respond back on here and start with saying “To: Dailyn Marie” That would be very helpful, please and thank you. (; And, the advise of everything in the article was helpful for me and my friend too. (; Please and Thank You.
Data is part and parcel of almost anything in the real life. More often than not, people want to know things like how many, how much, how often; among others. Statistics is an important discipline that enables the collection, analysis, presentation, interpretation, and organization of data. One thing I have learned about statistics is that it deals with numbers and attempts to estimate points of accuracy. In some cases, statistics relies on precision rather than accuracy (Hastie, Tibshirani, & Friedman, 2009). The average or center of two or more points may be used instead of using a single point of accuracy. The study of statistics involves many elements that will be discussed in this paper such as descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, developing and testing of hypothesis, the selection of appropriate tests, and evaluation of statistical data and results.
To be more accurate, the difficulty of getting back if something bad happens is not the only reason, and is in fact not just about worst case scenarios. We recently took a "four hour" drive home, but it took over eight because two of us were motion sick, which happens too often on long drives. Even the GPS was having difficulty navigating around the rush hour traffic our long trip sent us straight into. It couldn't recalculate a path that would avoid it, which made everything worse, and is a reason to avoid driving near cities needlessly for me. And I don't have any interest in flying right now, for any reason. I've done it enough and it's a pain.