This Using Spread to Compare Tree Heights assessment also includes:
It's obvious that different types of trees have different heights, right? Pupils quantify differences in the heights of two tree types given box-and-whisker plots. They use measures of variability, such as the interquartile range, to describe the spreads.
- Combine the worksheet with "Using Centers to Compare Tree Heights" into one homework assignment
- Individuals must be able to interpret box-and-whisker plots
- Scholars should also know that spread refers to range and interquartile range
- Provides suggestions on how to correct misconceptions
- Includes a printable worksheet
- Sample responses in the PDF version of the rubric are difficult to read at normal size