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ByWorks of the Heart. Carve your name on Hearts and not on marble. - Charles H. Spurgeon. TA-4-1a. TA-4-1b. Coordinate Graphs. Do you think taller people have wider arm spans? :. TK-3-1. Overview of Investigation 4. Goals :

ByDecimal Jeopardy!. Decimal Jeopardy!. Choose The Right Graph. Bar Graph. Line Graph. Circle Graphs Pictographs Histograms. OAT Questions. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

BySURVEYS, GRAPHS AND CHARTS POWERPOINT. Created by Zena Wiltshire. What is a survey question?. Fair question Bias Open ended Closed ended. Survey question. Closed fair question Choices ( at least 5 but no more than 10) Survey at least 150 people (friends, classmates, teachers, family)

ByGraphs. Class A. Class B. Created by Leigh Ann Anderson, Joni Jacobs, Lisa Lyman, and Patty Simpson Barnhart Elementary School, Summer 2000. Box - and - Whisker Plot. Circle Graph. Pictograph. Types of Graphs. Bar Graphs. Plots. Line Graphs. Histogram. Single. Stem & Leaf. Single.

ByGraphs. Class A. Class B. Created by Leigh Ann Anderson, Joni Jacobs, Lisa Lyman, and Patty Simpson Barnhart Elementary School, Summer 2000. Box - and - Whisker Plot. Circle Graph. Pictograph. Types of Graphs. Bar Graphs. Plots. Line Graphs. Histogram. Single. Stem & Leaf. Single.

ByChoosing an Appropriate Graph . Bar graph, Double bar graph, Line graph, Double line graph, Circle graph, Line plot, Histogram, Pictograph. Parts of a Graph. All graphs MUST include: Title Labeled x-axis Labeled y-axis Even spacing Key . Using Appropriate Graphs.

ByLet’s Get Moving. Learning Objectives. By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: Identify the benefits of physical activity on your heart. Analyze your daily physical activity. Create a plan to improve on the number of minutes you spend moving each day. Important Vocabulary.

ByChapter 1 Exploring Data. Statistics. *the science of collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Descriptive statistics. *the methods of organizing & summarizing data. Inferential statistics. *involves making generalizations from a sample to a population. Individuals.

ByPopulations. Population Size Using the data table, create a double bar graph showing alligator births and deaths for four years. Populations. Changes in a Rabbit Population This graph shows how the size of a rabbit population changed over ten years. Populations.

ByIf you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint ,” then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced . – Vincent Van Gogh. P.O.D. #6. basic. advanced. Use a box-and-whisker plot to represent the following set of data. (This is the same data as yesterday’s POD.).

By6-3&6-4: Bar graphs, frequency tables and line plots. Bar Graph. What is a bar graph? A bar graph is used to compare and display data in vertical or horizontal bars. Example:. Inches. Biomes. Inches. Reading a Bar Graph. Biomes. Which biome has the highest yearly rainfall? Rainforest

ByThe following data was collected from a business that sells telephone systems. The bar graph shows the number of phone systems sold, in thousands, during the given years. Try these questions on your own. The answers follow. 1. In what year were the most phone systems sold?

BySteps of the Scientific Method- 100 pts. Information gathered using the five senses are called ___________. Steps of the Scientific Method- 200 pts. A question based on observations that can be tested is called the _____________. Steps of the Scientific Method- 300 pts.

ByName _______________________________________________ Date ________________ Graphing Practice Make the appropriate graphs and answer the questions with each one.

By“Jeopardy”. All about graphs. Graphs in general: 1 point. collection of information. Data. Graphs in general : 2 points. A graph that shows data by using picture symbols. Pictograph. Graphs in general : 3 points. Collection of data from all the people in a population. Census.

ByCollecting and Displaying Data Graphing Unit. Graphs. **All Graphs Must Have a Title!!! **A graph must have a KEY when it displays more than 1 type of data so that you know what is being compared . Displaying Data.

ByStatistical Graphs: A Problem-Solving Tool Section 12.5. Example. The following data show the average amount of money spent on health care by persons under age 25: 1 425 2 445 3 551 4 504 5 530

ByChapter 15: Statistics. Section 15.1: Formulating Statistical Questions, Gathering Data, and Using Samples. Statistical Questions. Statistical Questions : ones that can be answered by collecting and analyzing data (pieces of information, can be numerical or categorical)

ByWelcome to MDM4U (Mathematics of Data Management, University Preparation). http://www.wordle.net/. AGENDA. Attendance Course Outline Chapter 1 Problem (CP1) Assign textbooks. 1.1 Displaying Data Visually. Learning goal: Classify data by type Create appropriate graphs

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