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Measures of Central Tendency: numbers used to describe the center of a data set (mean, median, mode)
Mode: the number(s) that appear most often in a set of data
Median: The middle number in a set of data that is ordered least to greatest
Mean: the sum of the data divided by the number of items in the data
Range: The difference between the greatest and least numbers in a data set
Line Plot: The diagram that shows a set of data by marking "x's" for each point
Cluster: Data points that are grouped closely together
Gaps: Space between the plotted data points
Outlier: A piece of data that is quite separated from the rest of the data
Stem and Leaf Plots: A system used when plotting data that involves the place value of the data
Frequency Table: a table organizing a set of data into intervals
Frequency: The number of items occurring in a given category
Interval: On a scale, the difference between the greatest and least value in each category
Scale: Set of all possible values, separated by equal intervals
Histogram: A special kind of bar graph that includes organized intervals
Bar Graph: a graph that uses bars to make comparisons
Line Graph: A graph that uses a line to show values that change over a period of time
Scatter Plot: when 2 sets of related data are plotted as ordered pairs on the same graph

1. PAGS

Space between the plotted data points

2. MNEA

the sum of the data divided by the number of items in the data

3. MDOE

the number(s) that appear most often in a set of data

4. ANGER

The difference between the greatest and least numbers in a data set

5. CLAES

Set of all possible values, separated by equal intervals

6. AEMIND

The middle number in a set of data that is ordered least to greatest

7. EURCTSL

Data points that are grouped closely together

8. LEIRTUO

A piece of data that is quite separated from the rest of the data

9. EIVLRANT

On a scale, the difference between the greatest and least value in each category

10. RRPABHAG

a graph that uses bars to make comparisons

11. QEUNCEYFR

The number of items occurring in a given category

12. TGHOSMAIR

A special kind of bar graph that includes organized intervals

13. PLLNIOTE

The diagram that shows a set of data by marking "x's" for each point

14. AINHGEPRL

A graph that uses a line to show values that change over a period of time

15. CTETAOPSTLR

when 2 sets of related data are plotted as ordered pairs on the same graph

16. BFEQAYELTNUCRE

a table organizing a set of data into intervals

17. TMPSTNLEEFSALODA

A system used when plotting data that involves the place value of the data

18. UEASNNADSERFCCLENORTEMETY

numbers used to describe the center of a data set (mean, median, mode)