• #### 1.  The greatest value in a set of data is called the _________

• upper quartile
• lower quartile
• minimum
• maximum
• #### 2.  Which of the following are measures of spread?

• interquartile range
• range
• lower quartile
• upper quartile
• All Of above
• #### 3.  The mode score on the Algebra test was 94. Which of these interpretations must be correct?

• 99 was the highest score
• More students received a 94 than any other score
• No student scored below a 50
• A score of 91 was slightly below the average

• mean
• median
• mode
• range

• mean
• median
• mode
• range
• #### 6.  The least value in a data set is called the _________

• minimum
• maximum
• lower quartile
• upper quartile
• #### 7.  The _________ is the difference between the upper quartile and the lower quartile.

• range
• interquartile range
• outlier
• median

• mean
• median
• mode
• range

• mean
• range
• median
• maximum
• #### 10.  A way to describe the concentration and the spread of data in a set is a _____________

• histogram
• stem-and-leaf plot
• box-and-whisker plot
• line graph

• Mode
• Histogram
• Outliers
• Range
• #### 12.  When you are trying to find the MEDIAN of a set of data and 2 numbers are left in the middle after putting them in order from least to greatest, what do you do?

• List both numbers as the median
• Add the 2 numbers and divide by 2
• Pick the one you want
• Subtract the 2 numbers
• #### 13.  __________ is a way to display frequencies for two categorical variables.

• Box-and-whisker plot
• Stem-and-leaf plot
• Pie graph
• Two-way frequency table
• #### 14.  The ___________ describes how similar or varied the set of observed values are for a particular data item.

• central tendency
• range
• quartile
• #### 15.  To find the average of a set of numbers, add all the numbers in the data set and divide by __________

• 2
• largest number
• smallest number
• the number of items in the set

• qualitative
• quantitative

• qualitative
• quantitative
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