# Ch 36: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Measures of Center & Variation

Studying measures of center and variance for the Michigan Merit Exam can be made simple and fun by using the concise video lessons and quizzes in this chapter. These study materials will help you get the knowledge and practice you need to answer questions like the ones you will see on exam day.

## Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Measures of Center & Variation - Chapter Summary

Watch quick and fun video lessons about the process of determining the mean, median, and mode. Take one of our quizzes to assess your knowledge of standard deviation. Your use of this chapter's study guides will enable you to answer exam questions based on the following:

• Definition of the center of a data set
• Ways to determine mean, median, and mode
• Distinction between the mean and median
• Definition and examples of spread in data
• Minimums, maximums, and outliers
• Definition of quartiles and interquartile range
• Examples of percentiles
• Standard deviation
• Definition of a population and sample variance

Every video lesson has a transcript that you can read through. They contain bold terms that place emphasis on the terms on which you need to focus. You can view the parts of the videos that address any of the correct answers of your quiz questions if you get any wrong. We have experts and instructors who can answer any questions you may have as you progress through the chapter.

### Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Measure of Center & Variation Objectives

The study guides found in this chapter link to the Statistics and Probability part of the math section of the Michigan Merit Exam. The whole math section is comprised of four segments that contain a total of 25 multiple-choice questions. Also, the exam may include questions asking you to state the benefits of concepts like the mean, median, and mode, and to identify them.

11 Lessons in Chapter 36: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Measures of Center & Variation
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