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# "_6.3.1-6"

### "6th Grade MathThematics Module 3. Sections 1-6 Collective"

set any collection of objects
empty set a set with no objects in it
Venn diagram a diagram that uses geometric shapes to show how sets are related
meter (m) a metric unit for measuring length equivalent to 100 centimeters
centimeter (cm) a metric unit for measuring length, equivalent to one hundredth of a meter
millimeter (mm) a standard metric unit for measuring length. 10 of these is equivalent to one centimeter, 1000 of them equal a meter
benchmark an item whose measure you know that can be used to estimate lengths. For example, you could use your height to estimate the height of a doorway
gram a standard metric unit for measuring mass (weight)
milligram (mg) a metric unit for measuring mass (weight) 1,000 of them equal one gram
kilogram (kg) a metric unit for measuring mass (weight) the equivalent of 1,000 grams
metric ton metric mass unit of mass equivalent to 1,000 kg
sample part of a whole set of objects being studied
population a whole set of objects being studied
percent “per hundred” or “out of 100”
bar graph a graph used to compare data by comparing the lengths of bars
range the difference between the greatest and the least values of a set of numerical data
line plot a plot displaying data above the appropriate points along a scale. The scale must include the greatest and least values of the data
average a single number used to describe what is typical of a set of data
mean the sum of a set of numerical data divided by the number of data items
median the middle data item in a set of data in numerical order. If there is no single middle item, the number halfway between the two data items closest to the middle
mode the data item or items that occur most often in a set of data
front-end estimation a method of estimation that focuses on the left-most digits, since they have the greatest value
trading off a method that involves taking away from one number and adding the same amount to another number, to have numbers that are easier to add using mental math
stem-and-leaf plot a display of data where each number is represented by a stem (the leftmost digits) and a leaf (the rightmost digits)
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