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 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 Students summarize a data set using box plots, the median, and the interquartile range. Students use box plots to compare two data distributions.

 Student Outcomes Given a box plot, students summarize the data by the 5number summary (Min, Q1, Median, Q3, Max.) Students describe a set of data using the 5number summary and the interquartile...

 Student Outcome Students construct a box plot from a given set of data.

 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...

 Student Outcomes Students define the center of a data distribution by a “fair share” value called the mean. Students connect the “fair share” concept with a mathematical formula for finding the mean.

 Student Outcomes Students construct a relative frequency histogram. Students recognize that the shape of a histogram does not change when relative frequency is used compared to when frequency is used...

 Student Outcomes Students construct a frequency histogram. Students recognize that the number of intervals may affect the shape of a histogram.

 Student Outcomes Students create a dot plot of a given data set. Students summarize a given data set using equal length intervals and construct a frequency table. Based on a frequency table, students...

 Student Outcomes Given a dot plot, students begin describing the distribution of the points on the dot plot in terms of center and variability.

 Student Outcomes Students distinguish between statistical questions and those that are not statistical. Students formulate a statistical question and explain what data could be collected to answer...

 Student Outcomes Students determine the surface area of threedimensional figures in realworld contexts. Students choose appropriate formulas to solve reallife volume and surface area problems.

 Student Outcomes Students apply the formulas for surface area and volume to determine missing dimensions of aquariums and water level.