Across |

1. | the lowest value, highest value, median, quartile one and quartile three of a data set (2 Words) |

8. | a measure that tells location of a data value in the data set (3 Words) |

11. | each of four equal groups into which a population can be divided according to the distribution of values of a particular variable |

12. | a data set with one value that occurs most often |

13. | majority of the data values fall to the left of the mean and cluster at the lower end of the distribution (3 Words) |

14. | the range of the middle 50 % of the data, quartile three munis quartile one (2 Words) |

18. | a data set with more than two values that occur with the same greatest frequency |

20. | the value that occurs most often in a data set |

21. | a measure that describes how spread out or scattered a set of data (3 Words) |

22. | data values are evenly distributed on both sides of the mean (2 Words) |

23. | an approach to analyzing data sets to summarize their main characteristics, often with visual methods (3 Words) |

25. | each of the 100 equal groups into which a population can be divided according to the distribution of values of a particular variable |

26. | tells how many standard deviations a data value is above or below the mean for a specific distribution of values (2 Words) |

27. | a rough estimate of the middle, the sum of the lowest value and the highest value divided by two |

29. | each of ten equal groups into which a population can be divided according to the distribution of values of a particular variable |

30. | an approximation or rough estimate of the standard deviation, range divided by 4 (4 Words) |

31. | statistical measures relatively unaffected by outliers within a data set; e.g., median and quartiles. (2 Words) |

32. | the midpoint of data array, number physically in the middle |

33. | the mode for grouped data, the class with the largest frequency (2 Words) |

34. | an extremely high or extremely low data value when compared with the |