Standard #: MA.7.DP.1.2


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Given two numerical or graphical representations of data, use the measure(s) of center and measure(s) of variability to make comparisons, interpret results and draw conclusions about the two populations.


Clarifications


Clarification 1: Graphical representations are limited to histograms, line plots, box plots and stem-and-leaf plots.

Clarification 2: The measure of center is limited to mean and median. The measure of variation is limited to range and interquartile range.



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MA.7.DP.1.AP.2 Given two numerical or graphical representations of data in the same form, compare the mean, median or range of each representation.


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