# Ch 20: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Working with Data & Statistics

As you prepare for the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II exam, use the lessons in this chapter to brush up on methods for organizing and interpreting data.

## Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Working with Data & Statistics - Chapter Summary

With this chapter, you'll refresh your knowledge of how to organize, present and analyze data so you can feel prepared for these types of questions on the EOCE Integrated Math II exam. In these lessons, you'll examine:

• Performing statistical analysis using categorical data
• Organizing and understanding data using bar graphs, pie charts and tables
• Using relative and cumulative frequency tables to calculate percent increases
• Two-way tables
• Making predictions and estimates with categorical data
• Definition of quantitative data
• Center, shape and spread of a data set
• Determining mean, median, mode and range
• Understanding the relationship between two quantitative variables

Our instructors have developed these lessons specially to cover the material about data and statistics you are likely to come across on the exam. To keep the studying experience engaging and effective, you'll view video lessons that help to illustrate the material. After each lesson, take a self-assessment quiz to test your knowledge of the topics. If you need to review a particular portion of the lesson, utilize the timeline below the video for easy navigation.

11 Lessons in Chapter 20: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Working with Data & Statistics
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