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#### Algebra I: Interpret Data

A data-intensive performance task provides information on the cost, area, year built, number of bedrooms, and number of bathrooms for 30 houses. Scholars create five scatter plots using the data and analyze lines of best fit.

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#### Fitting Lines to Data

Scatter the TV sales over weeks. Pupils create a scatter plot to display the number of TV sales over a period of several weeks. The interactive allows class members to create two lines of best fit. Then they determine which line fits...

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#### Breakfast Drink Preference

Set the table for learning using a great resource. The resource has a group of high school and college pupils select their favorite breakfast drinks. Class members create a two-way frequency table to display the given data.

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#### Modeling Data

Is there a better way to display data to analyze it? Pupils represent data in a variety of ways using number lines, coordinate graphs, and tables. They determine that certain displays work with different types of data and use two-way...

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#### Linear Curve of Best Fit

Is foot length to forearm length a linear association? The class collects data of fellow scholars' foot length and the length of their forearms. They plot the data and find a line of best fit. Using that line, they make predictions of...

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#### What Does This Graph Tell You?

What can math say about natural phenomena? The fifth STEM lesson in this project-based learning series asks collaborative groups to choose a phenomenon of interest and design an experiment to simulate the phenomenon. After collecting...

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#### Scatter Graphs

Make an estimate by getting in line. The class works with scatter plots and lines of best fit to make an estimate for given values. Pupils determine whether there is a positive or negative correlation and draw a best-fit line. Using the...

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task: Grade 8 Module 6

Test your knowledge of linear functions and models. The last installment of a 16-part module is an end-of-module assessment task. Pupils solve multi-part problems on bivariate data based on real-world situations to review concepts from...

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#### Summarizing Bivariate Categorical Data in a Two-Way Table

Be sure to look both ways when making a two-way table. In the activity, scholars learn to create two-way tables to display bivariate data. They calculate relative frequencies to answer questions of interest in the 14th part of the series.

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#### Linear Models

Expand your pupils' vocabulary! Learn how to use statistical vocabulary regarding linear models. The lesson teaches scholars the appropriate terminology for bivariate data analysis. To complete the module, individuals use linear...

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#### Oil Consumption

An assessment presents a chart displaying oil consumption Pupils use the chart to determine the greatest increase in consumption, and then apply that information to figure out when the consumption may reach 100 million barrels a day.

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#### Population

Population density, it is not all that it is plotted to be. Pupils analyze a scatter plot of population versus area for some of the states in the US. The class members respond to eight questions about the graph, specific points and...

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#### Snakes

Get a line on the snakes. The assessment task requires the class to determine the species of unknown snakes based upon collected data. Individuals analyze two scatter plots and determine the most likely species for five additional data...

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#### Scatter Diagram

It is positive that how one performs on the first test relates to their performance on the second test. The three-question assessment has class members read and analyze a scatter plot of test scores. They must determine whether...

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#### House Prices

Mortgages, payments, and wages correlate with each other. The short assessment presents scatter plots for young mathematicians to interpret. Class members interpret the scatter plots of price versus payment and wage versus payment for...

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#### The Challenge Question

A research position becomes a modeling job. The introductory lesson in a series of nine presents the challenge of analyzing a set of bivariate data. The class brainstorms what the data may represent. Pupils must decide what is needed to...

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#### Scatter Plots

What's my line, anyway? A video covers the aspects of finding an equation of the best-fit line for a set of data. It works through plotting the points to drawing a line that appears to represent the data. The presenter suggests finding...

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#### Statistics-Investigate Patterns of Association in Bivariate Data

Young mathematicians construct and analyze patterns of association in bivariate data using scatter plots and linear models. The sixth chapter of a 10-part eighth grade workbook series then prompts class members to construct and interpret...

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#### Line Graphs

Some data just doesn't follow a straight path. Learners use line graphs to represent data that changes over time. They use the graphs to analyze the data and make conclusions.

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#### Analyzing Scatter Plots

Scatter plots tell a story about the data — you just need to be able to read it! Building from the previous lesson in the series where learners created scatter plots, they now learn how to find associations in those scatter plots. They...

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#### Pre-Test Unit 9: Scatter Plots

What do your classes know about statistics? Use a pre-test to determine their background. Topics include scatter plots and lines of best fit, two-way frequency tables, and modeling with linear equations.

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#### Two-Way Tables

Do males or females buy more iPhones? Using a two-way frequency table can help to answer this question. Pupils learn to create two-way frequency tables and then how to analyze the data within the tables. Learners find frequencies,...

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#### Constructing Scatter Plots

Having more letters in your name helps you get a better grade in your math class—or does it? Learners create scatter plots to organize data. The lesson places emphasis on determining scale and intervals and labeling axis.

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#### Interpret a Scatter Plot by Identifying Clusters and Outliers

Continuing with data from the first video, young graphers will interpret what the points represent. The graph looks at clusters and outliers to determine that doing more homework leads to high test scores.