Across |

1. | the term between any two nonconsecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence |

3. | in a frequency distribution, the class in which the median of the data is located. |

5. | data with two modes |

6. | a graphic form using bars to make comparisons among multiple aspects of statistical data. |

10. | a system of organizing data by determining classes and the frequency of values in each class. |

12. | a display of statistics data on a number line so that patterns and variability in data can be determined. |

13. | the difference between the first quartile point and the third quartile point. |

15. | when there is a large number of values in a set of data. |

16. | a symmetric bell- shaped graph of a normal distribution. |

18. | the entire set of items or individuals in the group being considered. |

19. | a measure of central tendency found by dividing the sum of all values by the number of values. |

21. | the standard deviation of the distribution of a sample mean. |

22. | the middle value of a set of data that has been arranged into an ordered sequence. |

25. | a number that represents the center or middle of a set of data. |

26. | the graph of two equations tat represent the same line are coinciding lines. |

27. | statistics based on information gathered in a sample to make predictions about a population. |

30. | a display of numerical data for which each value is separated into two numbers |

31. | a diagram that graphically displays the median, quartiles, extreme values, and outliers in a set of data. |

33. | a broken line graph drawn by connecting the class marks on a histogram. |

35. | the probability of the true mean being within a certain range of sample mean may be expressed as a level of confidence. |

36. | the arithmetic mean of the absolute value of the deviations from the mean of a set of data. |

37. | a measure of the average amount by which individual items of data deviated from the arithmetic mean of all the data. |

38. | the segments extending from the ends of the box in a box- and- whisker plot. |