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1. | these and the median divide data into four parts with equal #s of data values |

2. | look for single vs. multiple modes, symmetry vs. skewness, and outliers and gaps |

3. | reports the min, Q1, median, Q3, and max |

4. | a distribution that is not symmetric and one tail stretches out farther than the other |

5. | the difference between the 1st and 3rd quartiles |

6. | extreme values that don't appear to belong with the rest of the data |

7. | the parts of a distribution that typically trail off on either side |

12. | difference between the highest and lowest values |

14. | the number that falls above n% of the data |

15. | having one mode; term used to describe a histogram when it is generally mound-shaped |

17. | distributions with two modes |

18. | a hump or local high point in the shape of a distribution of a variable |

19. | a numerical summary of how tightly the values are clustered around the center; includes IQR and standard deviation |

20. | a distribution in which the 2 halves on either side of the center look approximately like mirror images of each other |

24. | a region of a distribution where there are no values |