Two angles that share a vertex and one ray (side).
A visual way of showing a summary of data using the median, quartiles, and extremes of the data.
Two adjacent angles whose sum measures 90°
The process of using a straightedge and compass to create geometric diagrams.
A subgroup of the population for which it was easy to collect data. (Not randomly selected.)
A unit for measuring angles. Usually denoted by the symbol °
A way of displaying data that is much like a bar graph in that the height of the bars is proportional to the number of elements. The difference is that each bar of a histogram represents the number of data elements in a range of values
A statistical prediction.
A way to measure the spread of data. It is calculated by subtracting the first quartile from the third quartile: Q3 - Q1
A way of defining the "middle" of a set of numbers. Found by adding the numbers together and then dividing by the amount of numbers in the set.
The middle number of an ordered set of data. If there is more than one middle (because there is an even number of data), then find the mean of the two middle numbers.
The act or process of finding a measurement (size or magnitude of a geometric figure).
measure of central tendency
Mean, median, and mode all reflect this statistical measurement regarding the middle is of a set of data.
A collection of objects or group of people about whom information is gathered.
A tool used to measure angles.
An angle measuring more than 90° but less than 180°
A number in a set of data that is much larger or much smaller than the other numbers in the set.
This divides a set of data into four groups of the exact same size.
An angle measuring exactly 180°
A sample chosen as a result of a random process and represents the whole population well.
A part of a line that starts at one point and extends without end in one direction.
A subgroup of the population that has the similar characteristic of interest as that of the whole population.
An angle measuring exactly 90°
2 adjacent angles whose sum is (adds up to) 180°
The point of where two rays meet.
2 angles that share a vertex but do not share a side. They are on "opposite" sides and have the same measurement.
A subgroup of the population that CHOSE to respond to a survey.
the smallest number in a data set
the largest number in a data set
range of data
the difference between the maximum and minimum (so take maximum minus minimum)
first quartile (Q1)
the median of the lower half of an ordered set of data (also referred to as the lower quartile)
third quartile (Q3)
the median of the upper half of an ordered set of data (also referred to as the upper quartile)