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Unit 6, Set 2

Unit 6, Set 2 Springboard

TermDefinition
Box Plot summarizes the data by showing graphically how it would be divided into four equal parts
Center of Distribution mean, median, and mode for a set of numerical data
Class Intervals intervals which contain some of the possible values of the numerical variable
Five Number Summary consists of the value for the minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum
Frequency Table displays the possible values of the variable along with the frequency or number of times that value occurs
Histogram a graph of numerical data that shows the data distribution
Interquartile Range (IQR) the distance between the first and third quartiles
Quartiles values that divide the distribution in to four groups, each having an equal number of observations
Range the total length of the interval covered by the distribution; the difference between the least and the greatest observation
Shape of the Distribution a set of numerical data is skewed or symmetrical
Spread of Distribution the range , or IQR for a set of numerical data
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