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a visual display of data that is used to show comparisons bar graph
a measure of how much mass is contained in a given volume (how tightly packed the particles are) density
a visual display of data that shows how variable changes in response to another variable line graph
a measure of the amount of matteran object contains mass
numerical average; calculated by adding up all the numbers and then dividing by the total number of items in the list mean
the middle number in a list of numbers; found by placing all numbers in order from smallest to largest, then finding middle number median
the number that appears most often in a list of numbers mode
the number of observations made to test a hypothesis; the larger the sample size, the more confindent one can be in the results sample size
the amount of space an object takes up volume
a measure of the force of gravity acting on an object weight
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