# Ch 45: MTTC Mathematics (Elementary): Organizing Data

Refresh your knowledge of organizing data by exploring short and engaging video lessons. This chapter helps you get reacquainted with quantitative data, tables, graphs and more as you study for the MTTC Mathematics (Elementary) assessment.

## MTTC Mathematics (Elementary): Organizing Data - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter are designed to boost your comprehension of organizing data and enable you to confidently answer related questions on the MTTC Mathematics (Elementary) assessment. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be prepared to do the following on the exam:

• Define quantitative data, and share how to organize and understand data with tables and schedules
• Describe the use of tables and graphs in the real world, and define frequency and relative frequency tables
• Explain how to create and read stem and life displays, and provide uses for cumulative frequency tables
• Share how to create and interpret histograms, dot plots and box plots
• Provide ways to understand bar graphs and pie charts
• Discuss how to make arguments and predictions from univariate data

Simplify your preparations for the exam by utilizing the resources in this chapter. Skip the process of researching and compiling study materials, and instead enjoy entertaining video lessons that provide a comprehensive overview of organizing data concepts. Watch the videos in any sequence you choose, and test your knowledge of the subject area by taking short quizzes. If you have questions about lesson topics in this chapter, feel free to submit your questions to our experts.

11 Lessons in Chapter 45: MTTC Mathematics (Elementary): Organizing Data
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