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Statistics – Unit 2

Posted by on May 31, 2019

Unit 2

 

Topics:

Beginning Graphing and Qualitative and Quantitative Variables link:Intro to graphs

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Create a frequency table
  2. Determine when pie charts are valuable and when they are not
  3. Create and interpret bar charts
  4. Identify common graphical mistakes

 

Stem and Leaf Displays link:stem and leaf

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Create and interpret basic stem and leaf displays
  2. Create and interpret back-to-back stem and leaf displays
  3. Judge whether a stem and leaf display is appropriate for a given data set

 

Histograms link:Histograms

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Create a grouped frequency distribution
  2. Create a histogram based on a grouped frequency distribution
  3. Determine an appropriate bin width

 

Frequency Polygons link:Frequency Polygons

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Create and interpret frequency polygons
  2. Create and interpret cumulative frequency polygons
  3. Create and interpret overlaid frequency polygons

 

Box Plots link:Box Plots

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Define basic terms including hinges, H-spread, step, adjacent value, outside value, and far out value
  2. Create a box plot
  3. Create parallel box plots
  4. Determine whether a box plot is appropriate for a given data set

 

Bar Charts link:Bar Charts

  • Learning Objectives
  1. Create and interpret bar charts
  2. Judge whether a bar chart or another graph such as a box plot would be more appropriate

 

Line Graphs link:Line Graphs

Learning Objectives

  • Create and interpret line graphs
  • Judge whether a line graph would be appropriate for a given data set

 

Dot Plots link:Dot Plots

Learning Objectives

  • Create and interpret dot plots
  • Judge whether a dot plot would be appropriate for a given data set

 

 

 

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