6th grade math Statistics and Graphs

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If I were to do a survey on how many students have pets in my class should I include the zero amount of kids that didn't have pets in my calcualtion?

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    Yes.

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    ok thanks!

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    You're welcome.

  • Help Ms. Sue ?? 6th grade math Statistics and Graphs -

    But,wouldn't the average be misleading statistic when so many students have no pets? Another student has just one pet. One kids has alot 30 pets when the others have a little.

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    The average sometimes is misleading for that reason. Sometimes, the median is a better statistic to use.

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    ok makes sense now thank you very much teacher

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    You're very welcome, Billy.

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