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1. | Investigate | A. | A group within another group | |

2. | Population | B. | Writing a statement that answers your question | |

3. | Variable | C. | The sum of all the values/total number of values | |

4. | Subgroup | D. | Counting, i.e number of people, shoe size | |

5. | Sample | E. | Counting or enumeration of a population which is done on an official basis and for a specific period of time, usually every 5 or 10 years. | |

6. | Central averages | F. | Mean, Mode, Median | |

7. | Spread | G. | An unusually small or large value | |

8. | Measures of spread | H. | Height etc. doesn’t have to take a certain value | |

9. | Analysis | I. | Types of data collected | |

10. | Conclusion | J. | Mean, Mode, Median, Range, Standard Deviation, LQ, UQ, IQR, Min, Max | |

11. | Frequency | K. | To make a conclusion | |

12. | Continuous Data | L. | Highest quarter of the data | |

13. | Discrete Data | M. | The smallest value | |

14. | Outlier | N. | The middle value when the no. are placed in order | |

15. | Inference | O. | The highest value | |

16. | Summary of Statistics | P. | A systemic inaccuracy in data due to the characteristics of the process employed in the creation, collection, manipulation, and presentation of data, or due to faulty sample design of the estimatingtechnique. | |

17. | Box and Whisker | Q. | Range, Standard deviation, Inter-Quartlie range | |

18. | Dot Plot | R. | A randomly selected group from your population | |

19. | Stem & Leaf | S. | How many times it occurs | |

20. | Census | T. | A plot where each data value is split into a "leaf" (usually the last digit) and a "stem" (the other digits). | |

21. | Bias | U. | This refers to the sequence of actions that should occur, posing a question that invites statistical investigation; determining and gathering relevant data; sorting and organizing the data; displaying and interpreting the data with reference to the question posed; and discussing the results. | |

22. | Mean | V. | Lowest quarter of the data | |

23. | Median | W. | The total number in a target group | |

24. | Standard Deviation | X. | To research and explore a question | |

25. | Lower Quartile | Y. | Distribution of the data | |

26. | Upper Quartile | Z. | A box-and-whisker plot shows the distribution of a set of data along a number line, dividing the data into four parts using the median and quartiles. | |

27. | Minimum | A1. | is the most commonly used measure of statistical dispersion which is measured with the same units as the data. | |

28. | Maximum | B1. | Comparing features of your findings | |

29. | Statistical Enquiry Cycle | C1. | In a Dot Plot, a set of data is represented by using dots over a number line. |

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X | 1. | Investigate | A. | A group within another group |

W | 2. | Population | B. | Writing a statement that answers your question |

I | 3. | Variable | C. | The sum of all the values/total number of values |

A | 4. | Subgroup | D. | Counting, i.e number of people, shoe size |

R | 5. | Sample | E. | Counting or enumeration of a population which is done on an official basis and for a specific period of time, usually every 5 or 10 years. |

F | 6. | Central averages | F. | Mean, Mode, Median |

Y | 7. | Spread | G. | An unusually small or large value |

Q | 8. | Measures of spread | H. | Height etc. doesn’t have to take a certain value |

B1 | 9. | Analysis | I. | Types of data collected |

B | 10. | Conclusion | J. | Mean, Mode, Median, Range, Standard Deviation, LQ, UQ, IQR, Min, Max |

S | 11. | Frequency | K. | To make a conclusion |

H | 12. | Continuous Data | L. | Highest quarter of the data |

D | 13. | Discrete Data | M. | The smallest value |

G | 14. | Outlier | N. | The middle value when the no. are placed in order |

K | 15. | Inference | O. | The highest value |

J | 16. | Summary of Statistics | P. | A systemic inaccuracy in data due to the characteristics of the process employed in the creation, collection, manipulation, and presentation of data, or due to faulty sample design of the estimatingtechnique. |

Z | 17. | Box and Whisker | Q. | Range, Standard deviation, Inter-Quartlie range |

C1 | 18. | Dot Plot | R. | A randomly selected group from your population |

T | 19. | Stem & Leaf | S. | How many times it occurs |

E | 20. | Census | T. | A plot where each data value is split into a "leaf" (usually the last digit) and a "stem" (the other digits). |

P | 21. | Bias | U. | This refers to the sequence of actions that should occur, posing a question that invites statistical investigation; determining and gathering relevant data; sorting and organizing the data; displaying and interpreting the data with reference to the question posed; and discussing the results. |

C | 22. | Mean | V. | Lowest quarter of the data |

N | 23. | Median | W. | The total number in a target group |

A1 | 24. | Standard Deviation | X. | To research and explore a question |

V | 25. | Lower Quartile | Y. | Distribution of the data |

L | 26. | Upper Quartile | Z. | A box-and-whisker plot shows the distribution of a set of data along a number line, dividing the data into four parts using the median and quartiles. |

M | 27. | Minimum | A1. | is the most commonly used measure of statistical dispersion which is measured with the same units as the data. |

O | 28. | Maximum | B1. | Comparing features of your findings |

U | 29. | Statistical Enquiry Cycle | C1. | In a Dot Plot, a set of data is represented by using dots over a number line. |

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