# Ch 38: Measurement, Data & Statistics

With the lessons in this chapter you will have an opportunity to study the common units of measurement, measurement conversions, and statistical measures of central tendency and deviation. Additionally, our expert instructors will lead you through reviews of different uses of the coordinate plane, calculations for measures of mass and more related topics.

## Measurement, Data & Statistics - Chapter Summary

This chapter discusses how to solve problems with a variety of different types of measurements including geometric, statistical and monetary. Watch our video lessons led by professional instructors to review:

• Common units of measurements and conversations between them
• Calculations for the mean, median and mode of a data set
• Calculations for the range and standard deviation of a data set
• How to identify and plot coordinate pairs on the coordinate plane
• What measurements are appropriated for what tasks
• Solving problems with measures of mass and volume
• The distance formula and how to use it
• How to solve math problems involving money

Each lesson is accompanied by a helpful lesson transcript and a short lesson quiz. Use the lesson's transcript to fortify your understanding of the information presented in the corresponding video, then take the lesson's quiz to discover topics you don't understand. To improve your understanding of these topics use the video tags to return to and study the parts of the lessons that explained them.

10 Lessons in Chapter 38: Measurement, Data & Statistics
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