# Using Data to Summarize and Describe Situations

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Mean, Median, Range, and Mode

The purpose of this playlist is to review mean, median, and mode.

1. Bitesize: Measures of Average (BBC):

• Watch this video to learn how to find the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set.
2. Mode, Median, Mean, Range (BBC):
• Practice finding the mean, median, mode, and range of sets of data by playing this game.
3. Mean, Median and Mode (Khan):
4. Average Word Problems (Khan):

### Bitesize: Measures of Average (BBC)

Review and test yourself on mean, median, mode and range.

### Mode, Median, Mean, Range (BBC)

Save the Bamzooki Zooks by correctly calculating mode, median, mean, and range.

### Mean, Median and Mode (Khan)

Practice finding the mean, median, and mode of a data set.

### Average Word Problems (Khan)

Practice solving word problems using the concept of average.

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Ratios and Equivalent Relationships

In this playlist you will learn about ratio concepts, answer questions to the check your understanding, and then play two games that put your skills to work.

• First, watch the video Expressing Ratios in Lowest Term.

• Next, answer 10 questions in Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL).

• You have 10 questions to answer in Ratio Equivalent (IXL).

• Now you’re ready to play Ratio Blaster: Finding Equal Ratios (Arcademic). Follow the instructions to blast the aliens with the correct ratios.

• Play Ratio Stadium (Arcademic) for your final activity. Create a game with your classmates, or join a game with other students from around the world. Race your bike around the stadium by answering the ratio equations as quickly as possible.

### Expressing Ratios in Lowest Terms

Develop skill expressing ratios in their lowest terms.

### Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL)

Practice unit and equivalent rates.

### Ratio Equivalents (IXL)

Practice your understanding of ratio equivalents and win points.

### Ratio Blaster: Finding Equal Ratios (Arcademic)

Demonstrate your knowledge of equivalent ratios and blast the UFOs!

Identify equivalent ratios and win the motorcycle race!

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Ratios and Equivalent Relationships

In this playlist you will learn about ratio concepts, answer questions to the check your understanding, and then play two games that put your skills to work.

• First, watch the video Expressing Ratios in Lowest Term.

• Next, answer 10 questions in Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL).

• You have 10 questions to answer in Ratio Equivalent (IXL).

• Now you’re ready to play Ratio Blaster: Finding Equal Ratios (Arcademic). Follow the instructions to blast the aliens with the correct ratios.

• Play Ratio Stadium (Arcademic) for your final activity. Create a game with your classmates, or join a game with other students from around the world. Race your bike around the stadium by answering the ratio equations as quickly as possible.

### Expressing Ratios in Lowest Terms

Develop skill expressing ratios in their lowest terms.

### Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL)

Practice unit and equivalent rates.

### Ratio Equivalents (IXL)

Practice your understanding of ratio equivalents and win points.

### Ratio Blaster: Finding Equal Ratios (Arcademic)

Demonstrate your knowledge of equivalent ratios and blast the UFOs!

Identify equivalent ratios and win the motorcycle race!

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Representing and Analyzing Relationships Between Dependent and Independent Variables

• Use Function Machine (Beginner) to choose a function. Label the in/out table with “independent/dependent.” Explain in writing.
• Use Function Machine (Advanced) to choose a function. Create a table using x and y as the labels, the rule in y=mx+b format. Explain in writing.
• Create a function, create an in/out table and display, using the Bar Graph Maker
• Write a story about constant speed. Use Webgraphing and the Function Story Rubric to explain your story.

### Function Machine (Math Playground)

Learn about functions using this virtual machine.

### Bar Graph Maker (NLVM)

Create bar graphs quickly and easily with this interactive manipulative.

### Webgraphing

Graph functions quickly and easily using this online tool.

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Mean, Median, Range, and Mode

The purpose of this playlist is to review mean, median, and mode.

1. Bitesize: Measures of Average (BBC):

• Watch this video to learn how to find the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set.
2. Mode, Median, Mean, Range (BBC):
• Practice finding the mean, median, mode, and range of sets of data by playing this game.
3. Mean, Median and Mode (Khan):
4. Average Word Problems (Khan):

### Bitesize: Measures of Average (BBC)

Review and test yourself on mean, median, mode and range.

### Mode, Median, Mean, Range (BBC)

Save the Bamzooki Zooks by correctly calculating mode, median, mean, and range.

### Mean, Median and Mode (Khan)

Practice finding the mean, median, and mode of a data set.

### Average Word Problems (Khan)

Practice solving word problems using the concept of average.

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Unit Rates

Use this playlist to help you review ratios and proportions and master unit rate problems.

Begin with Solving Proportions (Xp). It’s a tutorial that will refresh your memory about how to solve proportions.

• Select “1” for the “Start Level.”
• Work through all the problems. Click on the hints as needed.
• Go back to the beginning and select “Practice Mode.”
Watch the animation in Ratey the Math Cat (Math Snacks).

Answer 20 questions in Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL).

### Solving Proportions (Xp)

Learn and practice how to solve proportion problems.

### Ratey the Math Cat (Math Snacks)

In this video, Ratey points out the rates and "purrportions" in daily life.

### Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL)

Practice unit and equivalent rates.

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Unit Rates

Use this playlist to help you review ratios and proportions and master unit rate problems.

Begin with Solving Proportions (Xp). It’s a tutorial that will refresh your memory about how to solve proportions.

• Select “1” for the “Start Level.”
• Work through all the problems. Click on the hints as needed.
• Go back to the beginning and select “Practice Mode.”
Watch the animation in Ratey the Math Cat (Math Snacks).

Answer 20 questions in Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL).

### Solving Proportions (Xp)

Learn and practice how to solve proportion problems.

### Ratey the Math Cat (Math Snacks)

In this video, Ratey points out the rates and "purrportions" in daily life.

### Unit Rates and Equivalent Rates (IXL)

Practice unit and equivalent rates.

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Investigate Chance Processes, and Develop, Use, and Evaluate Probability Models

• Solve ten Probability of Simple Events (IXL) problems.
• Solve ten Probability 1-Online Quiz problems.
• Solve ten Compound Events: Find the Number of Outcomes (IXL) problems.
• Solve ten Probability: Combinations (IXL) problems.
• Solve fifteen AAA Math Probability problems.
• Solve eight questions on Algebra Lab: Mixed Review.
• Use Shodor Monte Hall Experiment and the Monte Hall Worksheet to investigate the probability of winning a car on a game show and answer two questions on the  Monte Hall Worksheet.

### Probability of Simple Events (IXL)

Practice calculating the probability of simple events.

### Probability 1: Online Quiz

Take a quiz on simple probability.

### Using Tree Diagrams for Compound Probability

Learn how to use a tree diagram to help solve a compound probability problem.

### Compound Events: Find the Number of Outcomes (IXL)

Practice finding the number of outcomes.

### Probability Tree Diagrams: 1

Watch this video to learn how to draw tree diagrams to solve compound event probability questions.

### Probability: Counting Principle (IXL)

Practice finding all the possible combinations.

### Basic Counting Principle

Practice finding the number of outcomes.

### Probability: Coins

Practice probability problems by flipping a coin.

### Monte Hall Problem Explained

Do you want the prize behind door number one? Or number two? Learn how to make the best choice.

### Simple Monty Hall (Shodor)

Take a chance, and pick a door to open. Will you keep the prize or try for another?

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Proportions

### Do the Ratios Form a Proportion? (IXL)

Recognize ratios and proportions in word problems.

### Ratio Blaster: Finding Equal Ratios (Arcademic)

Demonstrate your knowledge of equivalent ratios and blast the UFOs!

### Solve Proportions Word Problems (IXL)

Practice ratio word problems.

### Scale Drawings (IXL)

Practice scale drawings.

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Using Data to Summarize and Describe Situations

• Solve ten problems on Create Line Plots.  Explain your reasoning in your math notebook.
• Solve ten problems on Interpret Line Graphs (IXL).  Explain your reasoning in your math notebook.
• Solve ten problems on Create Histograms (IXL).  Explain your reasoning in your math notebook.
• Use the Histogram Data Set and Histogram Maker to create a histogram.  Use the Histogram Scenario Rubric to guide your work.
• Solve ten problems on Interpret Double Bar Graphs (IXL).  Explain your reasoning in your math notebook.
• Write a scenario for which double bar graph would be an appropriate way to show your data.  Use Double Bar Graph Maker to create your bar graph.  Use the Double Bar Graph Scenario Rubric to guide your work.
• Solve ten problems on Choose The Best Type of Graph (IXL).  Explain your reasoning in your math notebook.
• Use Box and Whisker Plot Maker to create your bar graph using the Candy Sales Data handout. Use the Box and Whisker Plot Activity Rubric to guide your work. You may either print your graph or submit it electronically using the How To Submit Electronically instructions.

### Line Plots (Glencoe)

Practice interpreting line plots on this great site.

### Create Line Plots (IXL)

Practice interpreting line plots.

### Interpret Line Graphs (IXL)

Practice your ability to interpret line graphs.

### Histogram Maker (Shodor)

View and make your own histograms with this site!

### Create Histograms (IXL)

Practice creating histograms.

### Double Bar Graph Maker

Create your own double bar graph.

### Choose the Best Type of Graph (IXL)

Practice choosing the best type of graph to show a given data set.

### How to Construct a Box-and-Whisker Plot: Video

Watch this video to learn how to make a box-and-whisker plot.

### Create Frequency Tables (IXL)

Practice using data to complete a frequency chart.

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