Compare data displays using mean, median and range to describe and interpret numerical data sets in terms of location (centre) and spread (VCMSP326)
LO: To compare and describe data displays using mean, median and range for a set of data.
Know:

How to calculate the measures of centrality (mean, median and range) for a data set.

What measures of centrality represent.
Understand:

That statistics along with the measures of centrality can be utilised to compare and describe data sets in terms of location and spread.
Do:

I can compare and describe data displays using mean, median and range.
Elaborations

comparing means, medians and ranges of two sets of numerical data which have been displayed using histograms, dot plots, or stem and leaf plots.