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Mean, Median, Mode, And Range

# Mean, Median, Mode, And Range

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Chapter 5 Performance Assessment
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The table shows the number of absencesin Mr. Aydin’s class for the last 20 days.Mr. Aydin’s class has 22 students.
1.
Make a line plot of the data.
2.
Use the line plot to find the mean, median, mode, andrange of the data.
3.
Suppose 10 students were absent the last day of the data.How would that change the mean from what you found inExercise 2? The median? The mode(s)? The range?
4.
Find the number of students present each day.Make a stem-and-leaf plot of the data.
5.
Jeb wrote each number of absences from the table at thetop of the page on a different slip of paper, put the slips ofpaper in a bag, and drew one without looking. Find
P
(1)and
P
(5). Write each probability as a fraction.
StemLeafNumber of Students Present
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Number of Students Absentfor the Last 20 Days
Chapter 5 Performance Assessment
Number of Students Absent
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