# Ch 8: Compass Math: Median, Mean & Mode

Brush up on what you have learned in school about median, mean and mode. Use our video lessons and quizzes to help you study for the ACT Compass Math test.

## Compass Math: Median, Mean & Mode - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors guide you through the process of calculating mean, median and mode, and they present problems so you can practice building these pre-algebra math skills. The lessons cover the following topics:

• Discussing spread in data sets
• Defining the center in a data set
• Examining measures of central tendency
• Exploring calculations of mean, median, mode and range
• The definition and purpose of the standard deviation

Our lessons offer a number of approaches to study this material. Each video is less than 10 minutes long and can be re-watched any number of times. Read lesson transcripts to help drive home the information presented by the instructors. Take the multiple-choice chapter exam to practice what you learned while watching the videos.

### Compass Math: Median, Mean & Mode Chapter Objectives

Many colleges use the ACT Compass Math tests to evaluate a new student's math knowledge for college course placement purposes. All test questions are multiple choice and provided in a computerized format. There is no time limit, so students can work at their own pace.

Our lessons provide a convenient and time-effective way to study median, mean and mode. Use the lessons, quizzes and chapter exam to prepare to take the Numerical Skills/Pre-algebra portion of the ACT Compass Math test.

6 Lessons in Chapter 8: Compass Math: Median, Mean & Mode
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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