Mean: The average of your set of data. Take the sum of your data, and divide it by how many numbers are there in your set of data. Median: The middle number of your set of data. Make sure that your data is numerical. Mode: The most common number shown in your set of data.

This is the bubbleshare that I made to show you examples of how to get the mean, median and the mode.

Find the mean, median and the mode of this set of data.

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Mean, Median & Mode:Mean:The average of your set of data. Take the sum of your data, and divide it by how many numbers are there in your set of data.Median:The middle number of your set of data. Make sure that your data is numerical.Mode:The most common number shown in your set of data.This is the bubbleshare that I made to show you examples of how to get the mean, median and the mode.

Find the mean, median and the mode of this set of data.

## 3,7,4,3,6,8,9,2

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Square Roots:Perfect Square:A whole number that can be multiplied by itself.Make sure there is no decimals. The symbol of the square root is .Find a square root of 79.

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Percent:Percent:A percent is the number out of 100. The symbol of the percent is %.Is taking 50% off a given item and then an additional 10% off the reduced price the same as taking 60% off the original price?

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Ratio Proportion Question 1:Choose one of Ratio tables, equivalent fractions, xky tables, cross products.What is the denominator if the numerator is 30%?

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Ratio Proportion Question 2:Choose one of Ratio tables, equivalent fractions,xky tables, cross products.Create a proportion from set of numbers. Only use 4 numbers from set of numbers. Prove your answer is right.

16, 2, 1, 21, 8

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Edit this pageTo show you some more work that I have done during term 1 and 2, I hyperlinked my probability post, scribe post, growing post and BOB.

Boeun's Probability Post E 49, 7 - 15

Boeun's scribe for december 4th

Boeun's Percentage Growing Post

*Boeun's BOB

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BOB-Proportional Reasoning

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