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Box & Whisker Review

A review of Box and Whisker Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Lower Quartile The median of the lower half of data in a Box and Whisker plot.
Upper Quartile The median of the upper half of data in a Box and Whisker plot.
Range The difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a data set.
Box and Whisker Plot A way to show the median, quartiles, and extreme values of a data set.
Mean The average, found by dividing the sum of the numbers by the how many numbers you have.
Median The middle number in a set of data.
Lower Extreme The lowest number in a set of data.
Upper Extreme The highest number in a set of data.
Mode The number that appears most in a set of data.
Five Number Summary Consists of the five numbers determined by computing the minimum, Q1 , median, Q3 , and maximum of the data set.
Created by: KathiMcD