Analyze line plots, histograms, and box plots to describe attributes being measured.
In this interactive lesson, find the mean when you describe the distribution of data.
In this lesson, predict variability of responses when you create a statistical question.
Give Mr. Frog the x and y coordinates for a fly so he can dine!
In this interactive lesson, analyze the shape of a graph to describe distribution of data.
Look at histograms and line plots to determine the number of observations in a data set.
Calculate and examine the range and mean absolute deviation to summarize the spread of data.
Examine mean, median, and mode to learn how to summarize the center of data with a single number.
In this interactive lesson, use the range to describe the distribution of data.
Practice identifying the correct 2-dimensional shape using the clues given.
Find the range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation to describe the spread of data.
In this interactive lesson, use the mean absolute deviation to describe the distribution of data.
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Students will analyze the difference between a first draft and final draft of a biography of Frederick Douglass to determine three ways in which the authors revise their writing to make it more interesting.
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Standards: W.6.4, W.6.5