# Ch 50: MTEL Math: Statistics

### About This Chapter

Utilize the lessons in this chapter to review statistical concepts. Refresh your understanding of interpreting and exhibiting scientific data so you can feel prepared for the MTEL Math exam.

## MTEL Math: Statistics - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter will help you study for the MTEL Math exam by examining methods for calculating and presenting statistical data. You'll review:

• Measures of central tendency
• Calculating mean, median, mode and range
• Dispersion and skewness measures
• Quantitative data
• Statistical variables
• Categorizing and ranking data
• Data set center
• Visual representations of data
• Normal distributions
• Unimodal and bimodal distributions
• Data set spread
• Data maximums, minimums and outliers
• Range between quartiles
• Calculating percentiles
• Determining standard deviation
• Regression Analysis

The lessons in this chapter have been formulated by professionals in the field to provide you with several methods for learning. Each lesson contains a short video to help illustrate the material for visual learners. The video's transcript is included as a great resource for taking notes. You can take a self-assessment quiz at the end of each lesson to test your knowledge. If you'd like to review a particular portion of the lesson, use the timeline below the video for easy navigation.

### MTEL Math: Statistics - Objectives

The MTEL Math exam is a requirement for educators hoping to teach math courses in Massachusetts. The exam covers five major areas of content related to mathematical concepts. The information covered in this chapter will prepare you for questions regarding data analysis, statistics and probability, which account for 10% of the total score.

The MTEL Math exam is a computer-based test that consists of 100 multiple-choice questions and 2 open-ended response questions. The open-ended response questions account for 20% of the total score and could be related to any of the five major areas of content. You will have four hours to complete the exam, and must receive a score 240 or higher to qualify for professional certification.

16 Lessons in Chapter 50: MTEL Math: Statistics
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