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Day 7. Ms. Milliner. Warm-Up. Turn to a new page, DATE THE PAGE , and then COPY DOWN the following For your exam, you should be able to: Define all terms from Warm-Up 1/31/12 Identify independent/dependent variables, controls Draw a correct graph if given data

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### Day 7

Ms. Milliner

• Turn to a new page, DATE THE PAGE, and then COPY DOWN the following

• For your exam, you should be able to:

• Define all terms from Warm-Up 1/31/12

• Identify independent/dependent variables, controls

• Draw a correct graph if given data

• Which axis is the independent variable graphed on

• Which axis the dependent variable graphed on

• What information should it include?

• Is the graph linear or nonlinear?

• Identify which ball/car will bounce/return higher if given slope/measurement

• State the outcome of each lab in words/by graph (direct/indirect; linear/nonlinear)

• Create graphs in your notebook

• Copy your graphs on a whiteboard

• Write a conclusion for the mass lab from 1/31/12

• What are the numbers/graph telling you in WORDS?

• What type of relationship do you have? Linear? Non-linear?

• We will discuss as a class; Be prepared to share

• If we were to calculate a slope for our data, what would it tell us? Would it be positive or negative? Explain using your data.

• Suppose you attached a 2nd car and repeated the lab. What do you think making the car heavier would do to your data?

• Create 3 examples of inverse relationships with a partner.

• How would the return distance for a car that has a mass of 300 g compare to a car that has a mass of 100 g? Which returns more?

• What did you learn from yesterday’s lab?

• How did this lab differ from the lab we did yesterday?

• Are all relationships linear?

• How do you think we could determine an equation or a best fit line for our graph from today (take a guess)

• In each example, identify: independent variable, dependent variable, control (if any)

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• You want to measure the number of jobs students have by grade