- How do you find the mean of the data?
- How do you find the median of the data?
- How do you find the mode of the data? For quesions 4, 5, and 6 use the following table
- What is the mean?
- What is the median?
- What is the mode?
- Which one of the following also means average?
- What is another defintion for expected value, E(x)?
- Which best describes the differences between a sample and a popluation
- What is the Standard Deviation of the data? For quesions 11 and 12 use the following table
- Find the Expected Value of the population per state?
- What is the standard deviation of the data?
- Assume the distribution of a particular data is a normal distribution. What happens if we increase the Standard Deviation?
- A z-score tells you
- Assume the distribution of a particular data is a normal distribution. Where is the mean located?

Student Name | Score |
---|---|

Sophia Andrews | 78 |

Ruby Malone | 100 |

Horace Hogan | 84 |

Luke Hopkins | 90 |

Lynette Alvarez | 76 |

Maria Evans | 95 |

Victoria Carson | 85 |

Pamela Powers | 90 |

State | Population |
---|---|

Conneticut | 3,574,097 |

Delaware | 897,934 |

Maine | 1,328,361 |

Maryland | 5,773,552 |

Massachusetts | 6,547,629 |

New Jersey | 8,791,894 |

New York | 19,378,102 |

Rhode Island | 1,052,567 |