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# Common Core Standard 6.SP.B.5c Questions

Giving quantitative measures of center (median and/or mean) and variability (interquartile range and/or mean absolute deviation), as well as describing any overall pattern and any striking deviations from the overall pattern with reference to the context in which the data were gathered.

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Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Consider the list of golf scores:

71, 68, 72, 79, 80, 77, 84, 70, 92

What is a median, mean, and range for the set?
1. median=77, mean=77, range=24
2. median=80, mean=78, range=22
3. median=81, mean=77, range=23
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
What is the mean, median, and mode of the following set of data?

50, 93, 64, 85, 47, 36, 24, 61, 48, 24, 73
1. mean = 55; median = 50; mode = none
2. mean = 49; median = 55; mode = none
3. mean = 50; median = 55; mode = 24
4. mean = 55; median = 50; mode = 24
Grade 6 Range, Median, Mean, and Mode CCSS: 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5c
What is the mean, median, and mode of the following set of data?

60, 27, 38, 95, 38, 79, 11, 92
1. mean = 55; median = 49; mode = 38
2. mean = 49; median = 38; mode = 38
3. mean = 55; median = 95; mode = 38
4. mean = 38; median = 49; mode = 55
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