Traveling Distances

High schoolers interpret the slope and y-intercept of the least squares regression line of the real-life data represented by number of hours traveled vs. distance traveled. This fine plan includes an interactive website where learners can practice problems, a worksheet that is used for a statistical analysis of classroom data, and excellent closing activities. Very, very good.

9th - 12th Math 34 Views 38 Downloads
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