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#### EngageNY Grade 6 Math Module 6: Statistics

Statistics are the focus of a 22-lesson math module designed to boost sixth-graders' math skills. Scholars pose statistical questions, draft models, and summarize distributed data including mean, median, mode, and range. Take a look...

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#### Identify Clusters, Peaks and Gaps in a Dot Plot

Help explain clusters, peaks, and gaps of a dot plot with this visualization of different graphs. Video identifies how different groupings of data reflect information about the sample. Good as a beginning to a lesson for quick...

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#### Creating a Dot Plot

Which dot am I? Pupils create dot plots to represent sample data through the use of frequency tables. The third segment in a series of 22 asks individuals to analyze the dot plots they created. The scholars translate back and forth...

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#### Dot Plots

Number crunching statisticians explore displaying data with dot plots and define the difference between quantitative data and qualitative data. Dot plots are created based on a set of given data and analyzed.

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#### Dot Plot and Histogram

Reinforce mean, median and mode with a worksheet that focuses on interpreting data on dot plots and histograms. Additionally, the resource addresses standard deviation and the use of intervals when making a histogram.

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#### Understanding Box Plots

Scholars apply the concepts of box plots and dot plots to summarize and describe data distributions. They use the data displays to compare sets of data and determine numerical summaries.

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#### Box-and-Whisker Plot Comparison

In this analyzing data instructional activity using the TI-Nspire, young statisticians make a box-and-whisker plot of mean monthly temperatures of three cities. Students compare the box-and-whisker plot of the data with a dot plot of...

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#### Displaying a Data Distribution

Pupils analyze a display of data and review dot plots to make general observations about the highest, lowest, common, and the center of the data. To finish, learners match dot plots to scenarios.

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#### Describe the Shape of a Dot Plot

Explore different types of graphs when looking at how many boxes of cookies sold. The video explains histogram, lineplot, bell curve, and symmetry. Good focus on when a graph is skew and how to remember.

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#### Line Plots

You can't see patterns in a jumble of numbers ... so organize them! Learners take a set of data and use a line plot to organize the numbers. From the line plot, they find minimum, maximum, mean, and make other conclusions about the data.

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#### Flowering Trees

The sweet smell in the air is not the tree's flowers ... it's the smell of math success! Algebra scholars examine data plotted in both histogram and dot-plot formats, then determine if the representations speak to the same amounts. If...

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#### A Tomato Garden

Show off the tomato harvest! The resource presents the number of tomatoes collected from numerous plants. Pupils create a dot plot to display the bounty of the harvest.

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#### Box-and-Whisker Plots

Statistics is made approachable, and dare we say fun, in this activity on using box-and-whisker plots to analyze and compare data sets. Specific emphasis is placed on interpretations and explanations while graphing, and in using the...

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#### Summarizing a Distribution Using a Box Plot

Place the data in a box. Pupils experiment with placing dividers within a data set and discover a need for a systematic method to group the data. The 14th lesson in a series of 22 outlines the procedure for making a box plot based upon...

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#### Advantages and Disadvantages of Dot Plots, Histograms, and Box Plots

What is the best way to display the data? Review data representations that use the number line and outlines the data types that work best with each of the representations. Pupils gain independent practice in determining the best display...

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#### Bubble Trouble!

Which fluids make the best bubbles? Pupils experiment with multiple fluids to determine which allows for the largest bubbles before popping. They gather data, analyze it in multiple ways, and answer analysis questions proving they...

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#### Halloween Point Plot

Practice graphing and plotting points with a festive Halloween flair! Scholars plot 21 points on a grid, connecting them to create a spooky shape!

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#### A (Ear) Budding Problem?

Are ear buds a budding danger? Apparently the number of pedestrians injured while using them has increased at an unprecedented rate! Mathematicians read an article about it and then plot graphs of the victims' ages either by hand or...

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#### More Practice with Box Plots

Don't just think outside of the box — read outside of it! The 15th lesson in a 22-part unit provides pupils more work with box plots. Learners read the box plots to estimate the five-number summary and interpret it within the context....

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#### Puzzle Times

Give your mathematicians this set of data and have them create a dot plot, then find mean and median. They are asked to question the values of the mean and median and decide why they are not equal. Have learners write their answers or...

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#### Two-Sided Stem-and-Lead Plots: Gamers

Which gender spends more time playing video games? Your classes use provided data to answer this question. They first build a two-sided stem-and-leaf plot and then use the display to look for patterns. Guiding questions help them...

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#### Can You Walk in My Shoes?

Is your age related to the size of your foot? Classes explore this question as they collect data and organize it in a two-way frequency table and dot plot. They then use the data displays to make conclusions.

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#### Centers, Spreads, and Outliers

What do data representations tell you about the data? Pupils explore this question as they compare data sets using dot plots or box plots. They also make conclusions about data based on the measures of central tendency.

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#### How Many Jeans?

These jeans were made for data distributions. A pair of dot plots shows the distribution in the number of jeans members of two classes own. Young data analysts determine a measure of center that would be most appropriate to compare the...