# Ch 17: Probability, Statistics & Evaluating Data

In this chapter, you can review entertaining lessons and take short quizzes to improve your understanding of probability, statistics and the evaluation of data in preparation for a test. These helpful resources are available in a secure online environment and make the studying process fun and effective.

## Probability, Statistics & Evaluating Data - Chapter Summary

This self-paced chapter is filled with bite-sized lessons developed to boost your knowledge of quantitative data, histograms in math, simple conditional probabilities and more. Examining these lessons can simplify the process of reviewing probability, statistics and the evaluation of data. By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

• Differentiate between descriptive and inferential statistics
• Describe differences between samples and populations in statistics
• Define and share examples of categorical, discrete and continuous data
• Interpret graphs, tables and charts
• Read and interpret line graphs
• Calculate mean, median, range and mode
• Make predictions and estimates from categorical data

Studying this chapter is convenient thanks to around-the-clock accessibility via any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. When you're ready, check your comprehension of probability, statistics and data evaluation by taking the multiple-choice quizzes. The Dashboard tracks your progress through this chapter and lets you submit lesson topic questions to our experts with ease.

11 Lessons in Chapter 17: Probability, Statistics & Evaluating Data
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