If the shoe fits, include it in the display. The presentation uses shoe size to introduce organizing data within a frequency table and a histogram. Using another histogram, the video outlines how to interpret the data display. To conclude, the presenter goes over the main shapes of data mathematicians view using a histogram.
- Have the class write the intervals using inequality notation
- Lead a discussion about how to label the axes for the histogram
- Assumes pupils understand the difference between a bar graph and a histogram
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- Provides examples to try alone
- Includes an explanation on why intervals in a histogram are denoted differently