Skill Statements: The Skill Statement gives the reader direction on how an assessment item is written. The Skill Statement describes what information may be given and/or the format of that information. In addition, the Skill Statement describes how the student is expected to respond to the item.
 Goal 3 Data Analysis And Probability Expectation 3.1 The student will collect, organize, analyze, and present data. Indicator 3.1.2 The student will use the measures of central tendency and/or variability to make informed conclusions. Assessment Limits: Measures of central tendency include mean, median, and mode. Measures of variability include range, interquartile range, and quartiles. Data may be displayed in a variety of representations which may include: frequency tables, box and whisker plots, and other displays.

### Skill Statements

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The student uses measures of central tendency and variability to solve problems, make informed conclusions and/or display data.

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The student will recognize and apply the effect of the distribution of the data on the measures of central tendency and variability.

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