What Does This Graph Tell You?
High schoolers choose natural phenomena to research. They design and conduct experiments or simulations. Students predict, gather, and analyze data. They graph the results using a spreadsheet software.
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Mid-Module Assessment Task - Algebra 1 (module 4)
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New Review What Does This Graph Tell You?
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