## Sierra College

 13-3.1.5 Approx. the mean of a data set given a histogramAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.1.2 Computations from pie chartsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.19 Graphing a line given its x- and y-interceptsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.18 X- and y-int. of a line given the equation in stand. formAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.15 Y-intercept of a lineAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.6 Solving lin. eq. with several occurrences of the variable: variables on the same side and distributionAuthor: L ShvedCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.5 Solving a two-step equation with integersAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 Histograms for Grouped Data.mp4College: Sierra College
 13-3.2.7 Chebyshev's theorem and the empirical rule, Part 1Author: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.2.6 Approximating stand. dev. of a data set given a histogramCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.2.3 Probabilities involving two dice - decimal answersCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.1.6 Outcomes and event probabilityCollege: Sierra College
 13-4.2.3 Computing r and the coeff. of the least squares reg. lineCollege: Sierra College
 13-4.2.3 Predictions from the least squares reg. lineCollege: Sierra College
 13-4.1.1 Linear relationship and the sample correlation coefficientCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.3.6 Box-and-whisker plots, Part 1College: Sierra College
 13-3.2.3 Sample standard deviationCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.2.2 Population standard deviationCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.2.5 Comparing standard deviations without calculationCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.1.9 Mean, median, and mode - comparisonsCollege: Sierra College