**Answer:**

1.The shape of a data set is described by the symmetry or skew of the graph. … The spread of a data set is how spread out the data values are in the set. If you have two different data sets that are represented in dot plots, you can use the two dot plots to compare the shape, center, and spread of the two data sets.

2.The spread is the range of the data. And, the shape describes the type of graph. The four ways to describe shape are whether it is symmetric, how many peaks it has, if it is skewed to the left or right, and whether it is uniform.

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