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Students typically begin their formal study of Statistics and Probability in 6th Grade. The resources on this section of HelpingWithMath.com will help you to help your children with their work on statistics and probability.

Identify and represent data in fractional slices.

Represent data as equal-width bars on a histogram

Show strong or weak data correlations on a diagram.

Calculate various types of average for datasets.

Identify the rate of change of a linear function.

Measure and calculate the probability of various outcomes.

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Below are listed printable worksheets that provide questions to practice what is covered in the lessons above. Each worksheet includes a "show answer" option and is formatted for easy printing.

- Mean, Median, Mode, & Range #1
- Mean, Median, Mode, & Range #2
- Creating Pie Charts #1
- Creating Pie Charts #2
- Creating Pie Charts #3
- Comparing Mean Averages

- What are the Chances?
- Probability: Zero to One
- Predicting with Probability
- Probability With Combined Events

Google has got a great Data Explorer that you can check out . There are lots and lots of data examples there.