# Ch 21: Algebra II: Statistics

Our Algebra II: Statistics chapter can show you how to calculate various measures of dispersion and interpret statistical charts. Keep reading for more information on what you'll learn through this chapter's easy-to-understand video lessons.

## Algebra II: Statistics - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Our chapter on statistics can introduce you to several different statistical dispersion terms, including the mean, median, mode and range. You'll also learn about important measures of distribution and the properties of the normal curve. Practice examples can show you how to organize and read data presented on charts, graphs and tables. Upon completion of the chapter, you should have a good understanding of the following subjects:

• Mean, median, mode and range
• Variability and skewness
• Normal distribution
• Regression analysis
• Statistical data organization and interpretation

Video Objective
How to Calculate Mean, Median, Mode and Range Demonstrate how to calculate the mean, median, mode and range of sets of numbers.
Measures of Dispersion: Variability and Skewness Describe different measures of statistical dispersion in terms of their variability and skewness.
Normal Distribution: Properties of the Normal Curve Comprehend normal distribution patterns and the basic properties of a normal curve.
Regression Analysis: Definition and Examples Define regression analysis, giving examples.
Organizing and Understanding Data with Tables and Schedules Understand how to read and analyze the data on tables and schedules.
Understanding Bar Graphs and Pie Charts Know how to examine and interpret pie charts, columns and bar graphs.

6 Lessons in Chapter 21: Algebra II: Statistics
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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