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Lesson 1 slide show. Learn to Scatter it!. variables. Write down in your book 2 variables for a lion. Real data!. Graph of the data. Your graph should look like this. Lesson 2 Slide Show. Learn to scatter it even more !!.

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variables
• Write down in your book 2variables for a lion
Graph of the data
• Your graph should look like this
Lesson 2 Slide Show
• Learn to scatter it even more !!
4. Collect your own dataset of 50 students from your year level the CensusAtSchool data sampler. Select students from your region. Use the ‘Are you a masterpiece?’ option in the questions dropdown.
Step 2: delete the columns gender; age; ethnic; Nōtēheaiwi; rightfoot.Right-click column A select delete
Step 6: Label title and axis; Note- Your first column is always your horizontal axis. –Hit next

Before you change anything, write down what you notice about the scatterplot?

Step 9 &10: Tidying up. 9. Right click on the legend and select clear. 10. Right click on horizontal axis.
Step 11: Select scale. Choose a minimum (what is the minimum height). Choose a maximum (what is the maximum height).
• Major unit: Change to 10
• Minor unit: Change to 5
Step 12: Repeat the process with the vertical axis.
• Select maximum and minimum based on sample.
• Major unit: Change to 10
• Minor unit: Change to 5

You can also change add a trend line and remove outliers when you are experienced.

Question 8
• 8. Do you think there is a relationship between the circumference of students’ thumbs and the circumference of students’ wrists?
• Use the CensusAtSchool data-sampler and a spreadsheet to investigate this relationship and answer the question.
http://www.censusatschool.org.nz/2005/sampler/
• Select sample size
• Gender
• Region
• Questions about you/Ngā Kōrero Mōu
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