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Unit 14 Data

Mean, Median, Mode, Range, IQR

Data collected information organized in a graph
Interquartile Range difference between quartile 3 and quartile 1; measure of spread
Lower Quartile median of the first half of numbers in the set of data
Mean average; the sum of all the values in the set divided by the amount of numbers given in a set of data
Measures of Center measures that identify the central area or the middlemost value of a set of numbers; mean, median, and mode
Measures of Spread measures that describe how spread out or scattered the values in a set of data are; range and interquartile range
Median middlemost number in a set of data
Mode number most often used in a set of data
Range difference between the highest value and lowest value in a set of data
Upper Quartile the median of the second half of numbers in the set of data
Created by: kcrawford23