Transcript Jeopardy - Statistics'

```Jeopardy
Chapter 1
Statistics
Vocab
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Graphs
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Pencils
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Solutions
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Op’s
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Pot
Luck-6
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Another word for the
“mean”
(100)
Average
The middle number in a
set of ordered data
(200)
Median
The data value which
appears the most often
(300)
Mode
Same as the “average”
in statistics - It is found
dividing by the number
of data items.
(400)
Mean
Difference between the
greatest and the least
values in a set of
numerical data
(500)
Range
Information used to
create graphs and find
statistics
(100)
Data
Type of graph most
appropriate to compare
amounts (200)
Bar graph
Most appropriate graph
to compare parts to a
whole. Each wedge
represents a part of the
whole
(300)
Circle graph
Graph which best shows
amount of changes over
time
(400)
Line graph
Shows the number of
occurs
(500)
Frequency table
85
In this set of data -85, 80,60,85,70
(100)
Mode
16
In this set of data -10,6,14,20,22
(200)
Range
12
In this set of data-13,6,10,12,13
(300)
Median
81
In this set of data-70,80,82,85
(400)
Median
75
In this set of data-70,60,80,82
(500)
Median
30
In this set of data-80,86,70,100
(100)
Range
50
In this set of data-50,42,50,32,50,60
(200)
Mode
20
In this set of data-25,25,30,10,10
(300)
Mean or average
25
In this set of data-40,10,30,20
(400 )
Mean or average
80
In this set of data-20,40,60,80,100,100
(500)
Range
(100)
Difference
multiplication problem
(200)
Product
problem
(300)
Quotient
42
in the equation
42÷6=7
(400)
Dividend
6
in the equation
42÷ 6 =7
(500)
Divisor
problem
(100)
Sum
The inverse or opposite
(200)
Subtraction
The inverse or opposite
of subtraction
(300)