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# AM Vocabulary

### Weeks 1-3 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Range Largest #-Smallest #
Median Line up least to greatest and find the # in the middle
Positive correlation
Negative correlation
No correlation Dots are everywhere on the graph. It forms no real line.
Discrete data Cannot be broken down into smaller parts. example # of votes cast
Continuous data Data can be organized into smaller parts or on a scale. Ex- measure of lengths feet, inches,
Independent event Two events do not depend on each other-Rolling dice!!
dependent event First thing you do affects the second option(you eat the first)
Outliers values that "lie outside" the other values.
Addition These words represent_______ Increase by, more than, combined together, total, sum, added to
Subtraction These words represent_______ Decreased by, minus, less, fewer, difference, between/of less than
Multiplication These words represent_______ Of, times, multiplied by, product of increased/decreased by a factor of
Division These words represent ______Per, out of a ratio, quotient of, percent(divide by 100)
Equals These words represent_____ Is, are, was, were will be gives, yields, sold for
Probability How likely something will happen?
Compound Probability Simply means you are going to do two things, like toss a coin and roll a die. Or maybe toss two dice.
Mode # you see the most in data
Mean Add them up and divide by the total #. (find the average)
Created by: Scienceiii