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 average You find an average by adding a group of numbers together and then divide the sum by the number of figures you have. bar graph A graph that uses bars to show data. The bars may be of different lengths. equally likely In probability, when there are the same chances for more than one event to happen, the events are equally likely to occur. graph A drawing that shows a relationship between certain sets of numbers. key A list of words or phrases that explains the symbols used in a table or graph. not equally likely In probability, when there is not the same number of chances for more than one event to happen. organized list A strategy that uses the arrangement of information to ensure that every possibility will be considered, with no repetitions. outcome The result of a probabilty experiment. pictograph A graph that uses pictures or symbols to show data. probability The chance that a given outcome will occur. The chance or likelihood of an event occurring. tally mark using marks to record counting Ex. tally chart A graph that uses tally marks to stand for a certain set of numbers. tree diagram A diagram that shows all possible outcomes of an event or events. label to name the parts of a graph arrangements putting in order combinations the possible arrangements of a certain number,or of all the elements of a set.