# Ch 28: Statistics & Charts

Learn more about statistics and charts by reviewing engaging lessons. This chapter explores topics that include the histogram, statistical analysis, bar graphs and pie charts.

## Statistics & Charts - Chapter Summary

If you've been looking for a way to boost your knowledge of statistics and charts, you've reached the right place! This chapter is filled with entertaining lessons you can use to gain greater insight into the organization of data, how to read types of graphs and ways to create plots and displays. Review the lessons in any sequence you desire. In no time, you will have the knowledge to:

• Explain how to organize and understand data with tables and schedules
• Discuss how to organize data with charts and graphs and understand bar graphs and pie charts
• Describe how to read and interpret line graphs
• Share the meaning of a histogram in math
• Provide information about the creation of box plots, stem and leaf displays and scatterplots
• Demonstrate how to calculate the mean, median mode and range
• Detail how to use data to find trends and examine relationships

Watch video lessons with fun visual and audio effects or review informative texts to ensure you have a good grasp of concepts associated with statistics and charts. If you need additional details about these concepts, feel free to send questions to our experts. At any time, test your knowledge of the lessons by taking self-assessment quizzes. A chapter exam can also gauge your understanding of statistics and charts.

10 Lessons in Chapter 28: Statistics & Charts
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