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### Averages Starters:

Calculate the mean, median and range of the given scores.

Work out the number of chin ups the characters do on the last day of the week give information about averages.

Five digits have the same mean, median, mode and range.

The numbers on five houses next to each other add up to 70. What are those five numbers?

Interpret data given in the form of a bar chart then create a new bar chart showing the given statistics.

## Exercises

#### Averages

Test your understanding of averages with this self marking quiz about mean, median and range.

#### Box Plots

An exercise on reading and drawing box-and-whisker diagrams which represent statistical data.

#### Choose Your Average

This is a game for two players. You should know how to find the mean, median and range of a set of numbers.

#### Cumulative Frequency

Online exercises on cumulative frequency for discrete and grouped data with exam-style questions.

#### Standard Deviation

Find how 'spread out' data is by estimating and calculating this measure of dispersion.

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