# Ch 39: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Data & Statistics

Learn more about data and statistics in advance of taking the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination for teaching certification. This chapter's tutorial lessons allow you to revisit the topics so that you can prepare for the assessment.

## NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Data and Statistics - Chapter Summary

Get ready to take the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination by studying this chapter. You can review how to create tables, organize data, and interpret pie charts, bar graphs and histograms. Watch the tutorial videos in order to re-discover step-by-step techniques for calculating the variance of a data set and explore examples of standard deviation. Reviewing this chapter could help you to:

• Comprehend the data in tables and schedules
• Describe the characteristics of bar graphs and pie charts
• Outline uses for scatterplots and line graphs
• Expand your knowledge of pictographs
• Create a histogram and calculate mean, mode, range and median
• Calculate a data set's standard deviation
• Identify center, shape and spread

Animated and informational, these online video lessons allow for study time whenever your schedule permits. The short videos are narrated in conversational language. Learn from the expertise of professional educators who also provide answers to your submitted questions on data and statistics. Check out the timeline feature if you'd like to move from one topic to the next with ease. Test your preparedness for the NES Essential Academic Skills Math examination by taking the chapter's self-assessment quizzes and practice examination.

### NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Data and Statistics Chapter Objectives

Your renewed knowledge of data and statistics could prove useful when you reach the fourth competency of the NES Essential Academic Skills Subtest III - Mathematics examination. You'll need to recognize the representation of data and understand how to use basic statistics. After studying this chapter, you could be able to confidently answer related questions while you pursue a mathematics teaching certification. Other examination questions focus on algebra, mathematical communication and geometry. In all, there are 45 multiple-choice questions to answer in an hour or less. The examination is computer administered.

8 Lessons in Chapter 39: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Data & Statistics
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Chapter Practice Exam
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