# Ch 31: ORELA Business Education: Data Representation & Statistics

In this chapter, you can brush up on your knowledge of data representation and statistics by watching engaging video lessons. Review standard deviation, statistical significance and more as you study for the ORELA Business Education assessment.

## ORELA Business Education: Data Representation & Statistics - Chapter Summary

Preparing for a certification test like the ORELA Business Education assessment often requires studying concepts you haven't explored in awhile. Get up to speed with data representation and statistics using the lessons in this chapter. In no time, you'll be ready to:

• Interpret graphical representations and graph 1- and 2-variable inequalities
• Calculate the standard deviation and statistical significance
• Showcase your understanding of the probability of simple, compound and complementary events
• Demonstrate knowledge of the probability of independent and dependent events
• Define and use the formula for expected value in probability
• Analyze normal distribution and shifts in the mean
• Identify and calculate averages and find percentiles in a data set

Instructors showcase the lessons in a high-quality visual format that makes the studying process entertaining. You can also access lesson transcripts with easily identifiable vocabulary words to deepen your understanding of data representation and statistics.

### ORELA Business Education: Data Representation & Statistics Chapter Objectives

The ORELA Business Education assessment helps educators secure licensure that enables them to teach the subject in Oregon classrooms. Lessons in this chapter explore topics covered in the accounting, personal financial management and quantitative analysis content domain. This domain constitutes approximately 19% of the total test.

You can review lessons to gain a better understanding of data representation and statistics as you prepare for the exam. Lesson quizzes give you access to questions similar in content and format to the 150 multiple-choice questions on the computer-based exam. You can expect to be tested on marketing, business management, economics, business communications and more on exam. To pass, you must earn a minimum score of 234.

10 Lessons in Chapter 31: ORELA Business Education: Data Representation & Statistics
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