Ch 15: CUNY Assessment Test in Math: Averages

About This Chapter

Let us aid in your review of solving math problems related to averages, including how to calculate mean, median, range and mode, as you study for the CUNY Assessment Test in Math. Our study guide offers a variety of tools to help you tackle these types of test questions.

CUNY Assessment Test in Math: Averages - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to learn about averages and operations involving them as you prepare for the CUNY Assessment Test in Math. These enjoyable videos offer information that can help you answer questions on topics such as:

  • Definition of center in a data set
  • Measures of central tendency
  • Methods of calculating median, mean, range and mode

These lessons are each about five to ten minutes in length and are available anytime on computer or mobile device. Some include practice problems. Lesson quizzes and a chapter exam let you check you knowledge, and you can print them out and use of offline study. A clickable timeline makes it easy to return to specific parts of the video lesson for extra study.

CUNY Assessment Test in Math: Averages Chapter Objectives

New CUNY students take the CUNY Assessment Test in Math to evaluate their skills and determine placement in college math courses. The test has four sections, and questions on averages are in the section on numerical skills/pre-algebra.

The test questions are multiple choice, as are the questions on our lesson quizzes and the chapter exam. In addition to giving you practice in answering questions in the format you'll find on the test, these quizzes and the chapter exam let you evaluate your learning and determine where extra study is required prior to test day.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter 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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