# Ch 65: MTTC Math (Secondary): Data & Statistics

This chapter's engaging lessons will help you review important topics concerning data and statistics, such as measures of central tendency and regression analysis, that you'll see on the MTTC Math (Secondary) exam.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Data & Statistics - Chapter Summary

This chapter has been assembled to refresh your memory on data and statistics material you've already learned, and to possibly introduce you to something new. As a result, you should be well-prepared for any MTTC Math (Secondary) questions asking about:

• Weighted average, mean, median and mode of a data set
• Calculating the range and standard deviation of a data set
• Measures of skewness and dispersion
• Qualities and uses of quantitative data
• Scales of measurement
• Different ways to rank data
• Quartiles and the interquartile range
• Minimums, maximums and outliers
• Histograms and representations of normal distributions
• Calculating percentiles in data sets

Be sure to ask our instructors any questions you may have about these lessons so that you can effectively master the material presented in them. Insure your retention of the information by completing the lesson assessments. Use the results from these assessments to find out any topics you don't know and return to the lesson videos to fortify your understanding of them. As you do, use video tags to skip over the areas you already fully comprehend.

14 Lessons in Chapter 65: MTTC Math (Secondary): Data & Statistics
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