# Ch 12: Measuring & Graphing Statistical Distributions

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## Measuring & Graphing Statistical Distributions - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors explain how statistical distributions are measured and graphed. You'll learn more about scatterplots and line graphs, how to calculate averages and what histograms are. You can work at your own pace with our mobile-friendly learning tools, available 24 hours a day. Each lesson is followed by a multiple-choice quiz that can help you study for a test or see how well you understand the material. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to an instructor for help. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

• Differentiate between statistical and non-statistical questions
• Describe the different types of bar graphs
• Calculated median, mode, mean and range
• Explain how random, biased and representative samples are different
• Define measures of central tendency
• Create box plots and interpret them
• Read a stem and leaf display
• Give an example of a circle graph
• Construct a box-and-whisker plot
• Detail some of the different visual representations used for a data set
• Discuss some of the misleading uses of statistics
• Use quantitative data to make predictions and estimates

16 Lessons in Chapter 12: Measuring & Graphing Statistical Distributions
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