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Compare data displays using mean, median and range to describe and interpret numerical data sets in terms of location (centre) and spread(ACMSP283)

[/title][fusion_text]LO: To construct box and whisker plots

Know:

• How to use data to create a box and whisker plot

Understand:

• that a box and whisker plot can help us to visually represent data

Do:

• I can construct a box and whisker plot..

## Creating Box and Whisker Plots

1. Organize your data in ascending order (smallest to biggest)
2. Find the min/max values
3. Find the median of the data
4. Find the median value of Quarter 1
5. Find the median value of Quarter 3
6. Draw your lines with min/max values
7. Add in Q1 and Q3 values and draw box around the two values
8. Add in your median value and draw a line to split the box.

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