Chapter 4: Representing Quantitative Data

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Chapter 4: Representing Quantitative Data

  • Subject(s): Math
  • Grade range: 9-12
  • Release date: 07-13-2017
  • Tags: frequency, relative frequency, cumulative, dot plot, shape, center, spread, outlier, skewed, symmetry, bimodal, stemplot, leaf, key, histogram, box plot

Description

In this chapter, we explore different ways to display quantitative data, and draw conclusions based on the representations.

Standards

M.STAT.1.E, M.STAT.4.B, M.STAT.1.D, M.STAT.4.D

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Resource ID: SE131058 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, we introduce frequency and relative frequency tables.
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Resource ID: SE131059 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, students will construct cumulative frequency tables.
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Resource ID: SE131060 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, we construct our first visual beyond listing data: dot plots. We also begin our discussion of center, shape, spread, and outliers, and compare dot plots.
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Resource ID: SE131061 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, we construct and compare stemplots, and continue our conversation about shape, center, spread, and outliers.
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Resource ID: SE131062 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, we construct histograms and use them to compare data distributions.
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Resource ID: SE131063 Grade Range: 9-12 By: Instructional Materials Subject: Math
In this video, we construct box plots and use them to compare data distributions. We also compare box plots and histograms.