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Ch 6: Interpreting & Analyzing Data Sets

About This Chapter

Increase your understanding of ways to interpret and analyze written data in order to draw conclusions and confirm validity by using this short chapter. These helpful video lessons can be a great study aid as you prepare for math class exams or professional certification or assessment tests.

Interpreting & Analyzing Data Sets - Chapter Summary

What is spread in data sets? How do you find trends when analyzing data? Why is ranking data important? These are examples of the types of questions you will explore when you use the lessons in this chapter. Each lesson contains definitions and detailed examples to facilitate your learning experience. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Identify the spread in data sets
  • Find the quartiles and interquartile range for data sets
  • Understand how to order and rank data
  • List different types of statistics determined by data analysis
  • Describe how companies use data analysis methods to solve problems

Our easy-to-follow lessons from expert instructors simplify complex information and ensure your full understanding of this material. Demonstrate your knowledge of these topics by taking a self-assessment quiz after completing each lesson. Monitor your progress through this chapter on your Dashboard, and contact instructors if you have any questions regarding the topics discussed in any of the lessons.

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