# Box and Whisker Plots

Box plots (also known as box and whisker plots) are used in statistics and data analysis. They are used to show distribution of data based on a five number summary (minimum, first quartile Q1, median Q2, third quartile Q3, and maximum). ## Level: Basic

Students are given sets of numbers. They'll need to find the minimum, maximum, median, Q1, and Q3. This basic level worksheets includes whole numbers 0-20.
Students are given the Q1, Q3, minimum, maximum, and mean. They use these numbers, along with a number line, to make a simple box and whisker plot.
Complete a 5-NS, create a BP, and answer the multiple choice questions.

## Level: Intermediate

Students are given five sets of 9 numbers. For each set, they are to find the median, Q1, Q3, minimum, and maximum. This intermediate-level worksheet has numbers between 0 and 100.
Use the numbers given to create a box plot with whiskers. This version has 2-digit numbers. Numbers range from 0 to 100.
These box plot problems have real word scenarios. Read each and draw a BP. Number range 0-100.
Cut out the puzzle pieces. Match each box plot with the correct 5-number summary. Numbers range from 0 to 100.

Students are given five sets of numbers. The must determine the maximum, minimum, Q1, Q3, and the median. This advanced-level worksheet has some medians with decimals.
Use the given values to create 5-digit summaries and then generate box plots. This version has a scale printed on the number line.
Use the data shown to assemble a 5-dig summary and then neatly craft a box plot. In this version, students needs to also label the number line with an appropriate scale.
There are four Box-Whisker Plot problems on this page to solve. This level has decimal numbers.
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