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So you have a data set and you want a visual diagram to help you analyze the data. Not sure how to draw it? The instructor illustrates four different ways to look at a frequency table: two tally tables, one line graph, and one bar graph. You could use any of these that would work for your data set.
Students are introduced to the function of frequency tables and stem and leaf plots. In groups, they determine the frequency of their teacher coughing, ringing a bell or raising their hand. To end the instructional activity, they determine frequency using a stem and leaf plot.
Personalize this lesson on categorical data and relative frequencies by using data that is based on your class's interests. Survey the class, set up a two-way frequency table, calculate relative marginal and conditional frequencies. Next, interpret the data and make comparisons based on the results. Included are detailed lesson plans, solutions, and a practice resource sheet that can be done in class or assigned as homework.
Seventh graders choose five brands of any given product. They survey twenty people, asking their favorite choice of those five brands. They create a frequency table, a bar chart, and a percentage graph in their mock advertisement.
In this data recording and data organization worksheet, students create one frequency table and one histogram for a given list of data. Explanations and examples for frequency tables and histograms are given.
Sixth graders research the candy, Skittles, on various websites. They sort the candies according to color, and develop a frequency table, line graph, bar graph, and circle graph using Microsoft Excel.
In this data collection and graphing worksheet, students examine a table and a bar graph to determine which better displays information. They work on Gizmo activities and answer the associated questions about frequency, frequency tables, tally charts, and data displays. Gizmo can be found at www.explorelearning.com.
Students prepare frequency tables and construct a circle graph of the species of birds observed at bird feeders.
Raw data, sounds painful! Young analysts collect and analyze raw data sets. They explore information regarding political party affiliation and presidential age at inauguration. They use this data to construct frequency tables, histograms, and graphs.
Fourth graders discover the appropriate way to construct and analyze bar, line, picto, and circle graphs. They set up frequency tables and perform some statistical analysis (mean, median, and mode) on their data.
Seventh graders simulate probability experiments. Using a graphing calculator, 7th graders design, conduct, and draw conclusions from simulations or probability experiments. Students construct frequency tables and compare the experimental data to theoretical data.
Students collect data and make a frequency table, change ratios into percents, and analyze data to make predictions.
In this frequency tables worksheet, students utilize given data to work out three frequency charts with one containing values and a pie chart involving angles for each value. Students complete three vertical line diagrams and check all their answers online as they complete each exercise.
Seventh graders construct frequency tables and box-and-whisker plots. After constructing tables and plots, they take a quiz on mean, median, mode, range, scientific notation, and number properties.
In this frequency table worksheet, students analyze 4 different frequency tables and calculate the mean, median and modal class for each table. Students also draw a frequency polygon for the data.
For this using a frequency table and a histogram worksheet, students observe these two ways to display frequency of events and use them to solve problems. Students solve four word problems.
In this data interpretation learning exercise, students record the data from 10 examples into frequency tables. They group 10 more data sets, and make a frequency table for each.
In this frequency table instructional activity, learners conduct a survey, record data and choose the appropriate data to record in a frequency table. Students then answer 5 related questions. Houghton Mifflin test is referenced.
In this frequency table worksheet, students explore a given set of numbers. They group the data and create a frequency table. This one-page worksheet contains ten problems.
For this frequency table worksheet, students solve and complete 20 different types of problems. First, they make a frequency table and percent frequency table. Then, students draw a dot plot, a stem-and-leaf plot and a histogram of the data given. They also find the mode, median, and first and third quartiles.