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# 7th probability/data

### Data analysis and probability 7th grade Knowledge map

A _____ shows change over time. line graph
A _____ uses bars to make comparisons. bar graph
A _____ is used to compare parts of a whole. circle graph
A ______ is an arrangement of numbers that separates the digits into columns of place value. stem and leaf plot
A _____ is used to show frequency of data on a number line. line plot
The _____ on a graph is the counting method used to label the axis. scale
An _____ is the amount of space between two numbers. interval
A ______ is a way to compare and contrast information for 2 or 3 categories. Venn diagram
_____ refers to drawing conclusions from data. Inferencing
The measures of _____ are mean, median, and mode. central tendency
The _____ is the mathematical average of the data. mean
The _____ is the middle number when data is arranged in numerical order. median
The _____ is the number most repeated in a set of data. (you can have more than one) mode
The _____ of a set of data is the difference between the greatest and least pieces of data. range
_____ is the ratio of favorable outcomes to possible outcomes. Probability
_____ is the chance that some event will happen. Simple probability
_____ are two or more events in which the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of the other event. Independent events
_____ are two or more events in which the outcome of one event DOES affect the outcome of the other event. (if it is raining I will use an umbrella or rain coat) Dependent events
_____ is what should happen. Theoretical probability
_____ is an estimated probability based on the results of an experiment. Experimental probability
A _____ is the list of all possible outcomes. sample space
_____ are all the possible end results in an experiment. Outcomes
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