# Ch 29: THEA Test: Calculating & Plotting Data

Brush up on your ability to calculate and plot data by exploring the engaging videos in this chapter. Self-assessment quizzes are available to gauge your readiness to address this subject area on the THEA test in Texas.

## THEA Test: Calculating & Plotting Data - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides you with a comprehensive overview of the steps involved in calculating and plotting data to help you prepare for the THEA test. Watch the short videos and in no time you'll be ready for the following:

• Identifying the different parts of a graph and defining the pie chart
• Understanding line graphs, bar graphs and pie charts
• Constructing graphs from data and reading and interpreting line graphs
• Defining and explaining the uses of pictographs, scatterplots and line graphs
• Explaining the median and how it is different from the mean
• Calculating mean, median, range and mode

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### THEA Test: Calculating & Plotting Data Objectives

The THEA Test: Calculating & Plotting Data chapter helps you prepare for questions found in the mathematics section of the test. This section consists of 50 multiple-choice questions that explore fundamental math, problem solving, algebra and geometry. You can prepare for questions by reviewing the lessons in their video or transcript formats. Lesson quizzes and a chapter exam can assess your readiness to answer questions on the exam.

The test is designed to ensure that students in Texas are prepared to enter state public colleges and universities as freshmen. It consists of a math, writing and reading section, all of which are scored separately. Passing the math section of the test requires earning a minimum score of 230.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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