Course: Unit 8, Statistics (Grade 8)

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Set 1 1. How does changing a set of data affect the measures of central tendency a range? (Low number replaced with high number or vice versa, and additional number is added to the set, a number is taken out of the set, etc…) 2. What factors help to determine which measure of central tendency is the better representation for a given situation? 3. What effect does an outlier(s) have on a set of data? 4. How can measures of central tendencies be used to misrepresent a set of data? Set 2 1. Which type of graph is best used to represent a set of data? 2. In what ways can graphs be misleading? 3. In scatterplot, how can you see the correlation in a data set? 4. What are the advantages/disadvantages of box & whisker plots?

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