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# AP Statistics - Ch 3.1.1 Measures of Central Tendency

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- For the school year 2013-2014 this tutorial has to be covered by students during week Oct 07 - Oct 11

- This tutorial is part of the AP Statistics course at Galena Park High School

In this section you learned how to compute mean, median, and mode from raw data, how to interpret what mean, median, and mode tell you, how to explain how mean, median, and mode can be affected by extreme values, what a trimmed mean is and how to compute it, and how to compute a weighted average

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Tutorial

## Measures of Central Tendency, by Dana Mosely

Video lecture for Brase-Brase Understandable Statistics 8 Ed, Ch 3.1 Measures of Central Tendency

Source: Chalk Dust Productions, Houghton Mifflin Co

## Ch 3.1 Notetaking Mode and Mean

Notetaking help for video-lecture Measures of Central Tendendcy

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Source: Myers Linda: Brase-Brase Understandable Statistics Notetaking Guide

## Ch 3.1 Notetaking Mean and Trimmed Mean

Notetaking help for video-lecture Measures of Central Tendency

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Source: Myers Linda: Brase-Brase Understandable Statistics Notetaking Guide