# Ch 20: Working with Data

Use the following study guide to help you prepare for the NY Regents Integrated Algebra test. The user-friendly video lessons and self-assessing quizzes can aid your review for working with various types of data.

## Working with Data - Chapter Summary

Learn how to work with several varieties of data. You can prepare for the NY Regents Integrated Algebra test with these definitions, examples, practice problems and quizzes provided through user-friendly lessons. Instruction for all of the following topics is included:

• Uses of categorical data
• Discrete and continuous quantitative data
• Using histograms
• Center, shape and spread in a graph
• Quantitative variable relationships
• Line graphs, box plots and scatterplots
• Bivariate data
• Correlation coefficient

Each lesson offers a brief video presentation, a full transcript of the text and a short, multiple-choice quiz. Feel free to use the lessons as many times as you like. Video tags can quickly take you back to specific portions of the videos for additional review. Some lessons contain links to extra text-only lessons that provide even more information about essential terms and topics.

### Integrated Algebra Regents Exam Objectives

New York State requires that high school students pass five subject-area tests, with scores of at least 65, in order to graduate. The Integrated Algebra exam will transition into the Algebra I test, when full changeover to the Common Core Learning Standards has taken place.

On this test, you'll have the chance to demonstrate an understanding of concepts related to number and quantity, statistics and probability, algebra and functions. Our quizzes can provide valuable practice for the multiple-choice portion of this three-hour test.

15 Lessons in Chapter 20: Working with Data
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