# Ch 51: AEPA Math: Summarizing Data

Get ready for any question about the many ways of summarizing data with this chapter's effective lessons. Such questions will be included on the AEPA Math test which evaluates qualifications for teacher licensure or certification.

## AEPA Math: Summarizing Data - Chapter Summary

Go over concepts such as dispersion and skewness by using this chapter's helpful graphs, text transcripts and fun video lessons. The chapter also goes over the process of finding the quartiles in a data set. The AEPA Math exam's other content dealing with how data is summarized is covered with these lessons:

• The center in a data set
• Calculating standard deviation and measuring dispersion
• Population and sample variance
• Calculating mean, median, mode and range
• Maximums, minimums and outliers
• Defining the interquartile range and finding percentiles
• Unimodal and bimodal distributions
• Shape, symmetry and skewness

Animated and narrated, these lessons can be studied one at a time or reviewed all in one sitting, depending on your schedule. Using the video tags will get you to different parts of the video lessons in no time, and you can take the quizzes to measure your retention.

### Objectives of the AEPA Math: Summarizing Data Chapter

Test items on the AEPA Math exam will be asking about the ways in which data can be summarized, and the self-assessment quizzes throughout this chapter will show you very similar questions for practice. The AEPA Math exam includes 150 multiple-choice questions overall. Test takers are allowed 4 hours and 15 minutes to answer all of the test items. Examinees will be given a formula sheet to look at while taking the test, and there is also a scientific calculator that will show up on the screen for this computer-based exam.

13 Lessons in Chapter 51: AEPA Math: Summarizing Data
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