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Common Core: Math
CCLS - Math: 6.SP.5.c
- Statistics And Probability
- Summarize And Describe Distributions.
- State Standard:
- Giving quantitative measures of center (median and/or mean) and variability (interquartile range and/or mean absolute deviation), as well as describing any overall pattern and any striking deviations from the overall pattern with reference to the context in which the data were gathered.
- Student Outcomes Based on the data collected by students or on a sample set of data (for cases in which collecting data was not possible), students communicate conclusions based on the data...
- Student Outcomes Given a data set, students are able to describe the data collected, including the number of responses, mean or median, and the MAD or the interquartile range (IQR).
- Student Outcomes Given a frequency histogram, students are able to describe the data collected, including the number of responses, an estimate of the mean or median, and an estimate of the...
- Student Outcomes Given box plots of at least two data sets, students will comment on similarities and differences in the distributions.
- Student Outcomes Students match the graphical representations and numerical summaries of a distribution. Matches involve dot plots, histograms, and summary statistics.
- Student Outcomes Students construct a statistical question and a plan to collect data to answer the question. Given a statistical question, students use data to construct appropriate graphical and...
- Student Outcomes Given a set of data, students describe how the data might have been collected. Students describe the unit of measurement for observations in a data set. Students calculate the median...
- Student Outcomes Given a data set, students calculate the median of the data. Students estimate the percent of values above and below the median value.
- Student Outcomes Students use the mean and MAD to describe a data distribution in terms of center and variability. Students use the mean and MAD to describe similarities and differences between two...
- Student Outcomes Students calculate the mean and MAD for a data distribution. Students use the mean and MAD to describe a data distribution in terms of center and variability.
- Student Outcomes Students calculate the mean absolute deviation (MAD) for a given data set. Students interpret the MAD as the average distance of data values from the mean.
- Student Outcomes Students interpret the mean of a data set as a “typical” value. Students compare and contrast two small data sets that have the same mean but different amounts of variability....
- Student Outcomes Students characterize the center of a distribution by its mean in the sense of a balance point. Students understand that the mean is a balance point by calculating the distances of...