# Ch 51: WEST Math: Tables, Plots & Graphs

The Washington Educator Skills Test (WEST) is now the National Evaluation Series examination. Explore this chapter's video lessons to strengthen your knowledge of frequency tables, box plots and bar graphs as you prepare to pass this test.

## WEST Math: Tables, Plots & Graphs - Chapter Summary

Utilize the online video lessons in this chapter to refresh your memory of the process of creating frequency tables and dot plots. Then, practice interpreting polygons and histograms. By reviewing these and other concepts in this chapter, you'll prepare to answer related questions on the WEST Math examination. This chapter could help you with:

• Visualizing data by using frequency and relative frequency tables
• Analyzing information with the help of cumulative frequency tables, and reading stem leaf displays
• Reviewing the steps for creating histograms and frequency polygons
• Using dot plots and box plots for data analysis
• Recording data in bar graphs and pie charts
• Understanding and finding uses for bivariate data

The animated video lessons are entertaining as well as educational. You can submit any of your questions on tables, plots and graphs to the knowledgeable instructors, and study at a pace that is appropriate for you. The lessons are accompanied by written transcripts. Use the self-assessment quizzes to test your retention of this material and your readiness for the WEST Math examination.

9 Lessons in Chapter 51: WEST Math: Tables, Plots & Graphs
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