Data Management

By the end of this unit, you will be able to:

F1 Choose and evaluate appropriate samples for data collection
F2 Identify appropriate data sources
F3 Plot coordinates in four quadrants
F4 Construct histograms and know when to use them
F5 Continue to use bar graphs, pictographs, stem and leaf plots, and double bar graphs to display data
F6 Use circle graphs to represent proportions
F7 Interpret data represented in a scatterplot
F8 Make inferences from a display of data
F9 Recognize the difference between mean, median, and mode
F10 Explore real world issues of interest for which data collection is necessary to determine an answer

Ordered Pairs  Spy Guys

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Understanding Graphs

Interpreting Graphs  Spy Guys

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Kowalyk 2013