# Solve Me, I Dare You! More Vocabulary! Name That Formula! Here is a gimme, Name this distribution! Vocabulary 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 100.

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Solve Me, I Dare You! More Vocabulary! Name That Formula! Here is a gimme, Name this distribution! Vocabulary 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500

Vocabulary -100 Points A characteristic or measure obtained by using the data values from a sample.

Statistic!

Vocabulary -200 Points A characteristic or measure obtained by using all of the data values for a specific population.

Parameter

Vocabulary -300 Points Abbreviated MD, is the dead center of the data array.

Median.

Vocabulary -400 Points Class with the largest frequency

Ko-Mo-dal Class

Vocabulary -500 Points The value obtained by subtracting the mean from the value and dividing the result by the standard deviation.

Z score!

Name This Distribution! - 100 Points

Box and Whisker Plot!

Name This Distribution! - 200 Points

Stem and Leaf Plot

Name This Distribution! - 300 Points

It’s a Histogram!

Name This Distribution! - 400 Points

Come on! It’s a Frequency Distribution!

I have a large set of data I need compiled and organized. If I want to know how often each item occurs, and an illustration of the mean and median, which kind of distribution(s) should I use? Name This Distribution! - 500 Points

You should use both a frequency distribution and A box and whisker plot!

Name that formula! -100 Points X - µ s

Name that formula! -200 Points Q(1) – Q(3)

Multiplication rule 2 for dependent events!

Name that formula! -300 Points P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B)

Name that formula! -400 Points

Name that formula! -500 Points C= n ● p 100

The formula for finding a value corresponding to a given percentile

More Vocabulary -100 Points What is the Upper Hinge?

The Upper Hinge is the median of all values greater than or equal to the median.

Who is the Out liar? Or What is the definition of an Outlier? More Vocabulary -200 Points

An Outlier is an extreme value when compared to the rest of the data values. Hayley 

What is the theorem that states, in a normal distribution curve, 68% of the population falls within 1 standard deviations, 95% within 2, and 99.7% within 3 standard deviations? More Vocabulary -300 Points

What is the value that most often occurs in a data set? More Vocabulary -400 Points

Found using this formula: Lowest range + Highest range 2 More Vocabulary -500 Points

Solve me, I dare you! -100 Points Find the Mean of this data set: 10, 60, 50, 30, 40, 20

Solve me, I dare you! -200 Points Please solve for the media of this data series: 150, 110, 100, 35, 60, 130, 40, 140, 120, 160, 110

Solve me, I dare you! -300 Points Solve for the Standard Deviation if the Variance = 144

Solve me, I dare you! -400 Points Some students were seeing how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop. Find the Variance and Standard deviation of their data values: 560, 832, 780, 650, 470, 920, 1090, 970, 495, 55, 605, 735

Variance = 40 S.D. = 135.9

Solve me, I dare you! -500 Points Fnd the 60 th percentile in the data set: 12, 28, 35, 42, 47, 49, 50

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