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Unit 6-Ballard895469

Science mid-term

the average of a given set of data.Determined by adding the values togather yhen dividing by the total number of values mean
the middle number givin a set of data. Determined by putting the values in order (lowest to highest) and chosing the middle number . In the case of 2 middle numbers , find the avarge between the 2. median
Function: voluntarily and in voluntary controls function of the organs nervis system
major organs: brains, spinal cord nervis system
the value that occours the most often , it is bi-modal. If all values occur equal amount of times there is "no mode" mode
the distance between the lowest and highest values in a giving set data range
1.______ 2.childhood 3._________ 4.young adult hood 5._________ 1.infancy 3. adolesence 5.older adulthood
function:suppliys oxygen and removes caorbonn dioxide major orgens:lung, diafram respiatory system
function:support and shape major organs:bones and joints sketal system
function:provide movement fromm the body major organs:mucial tendons muscular system
function:turns food into energy major organs:sthomch degestive system
function:provids blood and oxygen to the body major organ:heart,and blood vessils circuatory system
function:produces hormones major organs endcrine system
function:rids body of excess salts and water major organs:bladder urinary system
function:eliminates waste from the body through the respiatory system excretory system
takes in oxygen to use all through the body respirty system
pumps oxygen through blood circulatry system
Created by: Ballard895469