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Chapter 3. Describing Distributions Numerically. Describing the Distribution. Center Median Mean Spread Range Interquartile Range Standard Deviation. Median. Literally = middle number (data value) n (number of observations) is odd Order the data from smallest to largest
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The Interlopers Vocabulary. disputed v. used as adj.: subject of an argument. marauders n . pl.: people who roam in search of loot, or goods to steal; raiders. exasperation n . : state of great annoyance. condolences n . pl.: expressions of sympathy.
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Who were the Vikings?. The Vikings were people who lived long ago in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Most Vikings lived on farms in houses made of wood, stone or blocks of turf. Vikings men were craftsmen or traders. Viking women did all the household jobs.
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Ch. 13 The Rise of the Middle Ages. The Rise of the Franks. The Frankish Rulers. Centuries of disorder followed the breakup of the W. Roman Empire Waves of barbarians brought new customs & lifestyles
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United Kingdom . Scotland. The National Day of Scotland . When is St Andrew's Day?. St Andrew's Day is on 30 November. It is celebrated in honour of St Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. What does the flag of St Andrew look like?.
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The Vikings. Their homeland is in Scandinavia. . Who were the vikings ?. Vikings were skilled shipbuilders and sailors. They sailed in ships called longships . They lived in Scandinavia. . How were they mighty warriors?.
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Leif Ericson. By April and Bobby . Leif was born. Leif was born in Norwegian,Iceland. He was born in Iceland but his parents were Norwegian.Leif was born in about 960 A.D. Leif Ericson had a sister who was killed by a group of Indians in Vinland. Where Leif Ericson sailed.
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The Vikings. Find out more about the Vikings Visit the main Museum website www.britishmuseum.org Use Explore to look at Viking objects www.britishmuseum.org/explore/introduction.aspx.
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Preliminary Oral Defence. Vikings By: Boyce. Background. Viking Age (800-1050) Homeland Appearance Travels Reasons for leaving. Thesis. The enduring legacy of the Vikings is not that of great explorers, but one of pillaging and murder. 3 Main Arguments.
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