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Data and Graphing 3

Vocabulary for all of Chapter 2

the general direction of data in a line graph Trend
the graph that is best to show a change in data over time Line Graph
the difference between values or numbers on a scale; skip counting Interval
a piece of data that is far away from the rest of the data Outlier
a method to organize how many times each piece of data occurs Frequency Table
the set of all possible values of a given measurement, including the least and greatest numbers in the set Scale
the horizontal or vertical line that forms the border of the graph Axis
Information Data
collecting, organizing, analyzing, and presenting data Statistics
comparing data to find meaning Analysis
the graph that is best to show the frequency of different sources of data Bar Graph
The display that is good for showing the spread of data Line plot
Usually represents the ones digit in the stem-and-leaf plot The Leaf
Usually represents the tens digit in the stem-and-leaf plot The Stem
The display that is good for showing a large set of data Stem-and-leaf plot
the middle of a set of data found by taking the sum of a set of data and dividing it by the number of pieces of data Mean
the middle number of a set of data when the data are arranged in order from least to greatest Median
the number(s) that appear most often Mode
the common term for measures of central tendency; also used for the mean Average
tells how spread out the data is by finding the difference between the minimum and maximum values in the set Range
When one number is used to represent a set of numbers Measure of Central Tendency
the set of positive whole numbers, their opposites and zero Integer
numbers whose value are greater than zero Positive Numbers
numbers whose values are less than zero Negative Numbers
numbers that are the same distance from zero on a number line Opposites
Created by: gdustin