## Sierra College

 13-3.1.3 Weighted mean - tabular dataCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.1.2 Rejecting unreasonable claims based on average statisticsCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.1.8 Mean, median, and mode: computationsCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.1.2 Compairing means without calculationsCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.2.1 Using back-to-back stem-and-leaf displays to compare data setsCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.3.1 Interpreting a stem-and-leaf displayCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.2.3 Interpreting relative frequency histogramsCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.2.2 Frequency polygons for grouped dataCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.2.1 Histograms for grouped dataCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.1.3 Interpreting a double bar graphCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.1.1 Interpreting a pie chartCollege: Sierra College
 13-1.2.2 Discrete versus continuous variablesCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.3.4 PercentilesCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.17 Writing equation of the line given y-int. and another pointCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.4 Writing a ratio as a percentage without a calculatorCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.6 and R.7 Solving a linear equation with several occurrences of variable (variables on one side and on both sides)College: Sierra College
 13-R.16 Graphing a line through a given point with a given slopeCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.3 Converting between percentages and decimalsCollege: Sierra College
 13-R13 and R.14 Graphing a line given its equation in slope-intercept formCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.1 Rounding decimalsCollege: Sierra College