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This lesson answers the question: What are the differences between mean, median and mode in statistics? Also, we will learn how to calculate the probabilities out of a two-way frequency table, and figure out the trends.

Related concepts: Application of averages, Determining probabilities using tree diagrams and tables,

- Introductiona)Introduction to Probability
- What is probability?
- How to write probability as a fraction, decimal, and percent?
- How to draw a tree diagram?

b)Introduction to statistics:

• What is mean?

• What is median?

• What is an outlier?

• What is mode?

• What is range?

- 1.The following is the money raised in a school fund raising activity by each class in grade 9: $1 000, $580, $810, $1 050, $840 and $600. What is the mean, median and mode amount of money raised by these six classes?
- 2.Six hundred people were randomly selected in downtown. They were asked if they choose their clothes based on its comfort or style. The following is the results:

Comfort

Style

Total

Male

172

133

305

Female

115

180

295

Both

287

313

600

a)What is the probability that a person in the survey is a female?b)What is the probability that a person chooses comfort over style?c)What is the probability that a male chooses style over comfort?d)Was there any assumption made in this survey?

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