# Ch 22: HiSET Mathematics: Summarizing Data

Let us help you prepare for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). This chapter's videos and quizzes show you all the necessary information on summarizing data that you'll have to know for the exam.

## HiSET Mathematics: Summarizing Data- Chapter Summary

Make the most of this study guide by watching lesson videos that detail the different ways to group and analyze data sets. Our transcripts also highlight key terms that you'll see on the HiSET, including:

• The center in a data set
• Mean, mode, median and range
• Shape, symmetry and skewdness
• Dispersion and skewness
• Unimodal and bimodal distributions
• Spread, maximums, minimums and outliers in a data set
• Quartiles and the interquartile range
• Percentiles in a data set
• Standard deviation
• The relationship between linear transformations and measures of center and spread
• Population and sample variance

Trained instructors present the video lessons in a humorous style. They use real-world examples so you can enjoy the process as you learn about and master this material.

### Objectives of the HiSET Mathematics: Summarizing Data Chapter

Questions related to this Summarizing Data chapter are found in the Data Analysis/Probability Statistics portion of the HiSET. This portion makes up 18% of the entire math test; so of the 50 total questions, roughly nine will be on data analysis and probability statistics.

All of the questions are multiple-choice, so you can use our multiple-choice quizzes to gain confidence and experience with these types of questions.

12 Lessons in Chapter 22: HiSET Mathematics: Summarizing Data
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