Box-and-Whisker Plot Worksheets

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Top every test on box and whisker plots with our comprehensive and exclusive worksheets. Box plot is a powerful data analysis tool that helps students to comprehend the data at a single glance. It gives a lot of information on a single concise graph. With our free box plot worksheets, learners progress from five-number summary, and interpreting box plots to finding outliers and a lot more.

These pdf worksheets are highly recommended for 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school.

CCSS: 6.SP.B.4, HSS-ID.A.1, HSS-ID.A.3

Box and Whisker Plot | Five-number Summary

Charge up your brain cells on finding the five-number summary for each set of data. Students are required to complete the five-number summary which consists of the following data points; minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum.

Box and Whisker Plot | Five-number Summary

Drawing a Box-and-Whisker Plot

To construct box plots, students should know about median and quartiles. Create a box-and-whisker plot to display the data along a number line and also complete the five-number summary of each data set.

Drawing a Box and Whisker Plot

Reading and Interpreting a Box-and-Whisker Plot

Practice data analysis skills by understanding and interpreting the box and whisker plots illustrated in this printable worksheet. This practice pdf ensures that students understand the key concepts like interquartile range (IQR), median, and maximum value.

Reading and Interpreting a Box and Whisker Plot

Creating and Interpreting a Box-and-Whisker Plot

Get familiarized on creating box plots and stay a step ahead in the classroom with this free printable worksheet. Display the given data set in a box-and-whisker-plot and answer the set of questions by analyzing the plot.

Creating and Interpreting a Box and Whisker Plot

Finding Outliers

Keep the interest of learners alive with this pdf worksheet on outliers. Observe the spread and distribution of data in the given set and use the formula to find the outlier, which is a number numerically distant from the rest of the data.

Finding Outliers