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6th Math Mod17.1

DefinitionTerm
The number or category that occurs most often in a data set. mode
The middle number in a set of ordered numbers. median
A single number used to describe a set of numeric data; examples, mean, median, mode and range. measures of center
A table that shows how often something happens. frequency table
Shows how spread out the data values are. distribution
A tool used to gather information from individuals. survey
The ratio of the frequency and the total amount of data. relative frequency
The difference of the upper quartile and the lower quartile. interquartile range
A single number that describes the spread of a data set. measures of spread
The sum of the data values divided by the number of data values in the set. Also known as average mean
The difference of the greatest value and the least value in a set of data. range
Facts about something that can be used in calculating, reasoning or planning. data
Created by: ashaver