# Ch 14: MTLE Elementary Education: Data Analysis

Learn about data analysis as it relates to elementary education through this chapter of the MTLE Elementary Education exam study guide. Video lessons and quizzes can teach you about the subject as you seek teacher licensure in Minnesota.

## MTLE Elementary Education: Data Analysis - Chapter Summary

Lessons in this chapter cover central tendency measures as well as simple, compound and complementary events. Go through each of the lessons in order to get ready for the MTLE Elementary Education exam. By the end of this chapter, you should be familiar with:

• Data collection strategies
• Median, mean, mode and range
• Graph construction
• Calculating the probability of events
• The definition, conditions and measures of random sampling

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### MTLE Elementary Education: Data Analysis Chapter Objectives

The MTLE Elementary Education exam measures a student's knowledge of subject matter in accordance with Minnesota educator licensure regulations. The exam measures reading, communication arts, mathematics, health/fitness and fine arts, science, and social studies. The material covered in this Data Analysis chapter shows up in the mathematics portion of the MTLE exam, which comprises about 75% of Subtest 2. The exam includes approximately 150 multiple-choice questions that span three subtests.

6 Lessons in Chapter 14: MTLE Elementary Education: Data Analysis
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