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Display data using line plots. Use line plots to find measures of central tendency. Interpret data using a line plot. 

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Design experiments and list all possible outcomes and probabilities for an event. Describe events using certain, very likely, likely, unlikely, very unlikely, impossible and other basic probability terms; use basic probability terms to compare events. 

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Use circle graphs, bar graphs and Venn diagrams. Read and interpret graphs. 

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The objective of this lesson is display data using line plots. Use line plots to find measures of central tendency. Interpret data using a line plot. 

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Determine if an event is dependent or independent. Find the probability of dependent and independent events. Determine if events are independent or mutually exclusive. Find the probability of mutually exclusive events. 

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Compare data sets using measures of central tendency. Find measures of central tendency from line plots. Find the missing value in a data set, given the mean. 

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Display and interpret bar graphs and histograms. Compare bar graphs and histograms. 

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Describe the distribution of data using mean, median, range and mode. Include minimum and maximum values (outliers). 

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Find the arithmetic mean for a set of data. Find the missing value in a set of data given the mean. 

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Concepts of ordinal and cardinal numbers. Identify ordinal position to the tenth. 

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Define probability, discuss the vocabulary associated with probability, learn different ways to express probability, and develop understanding of strategies for solving probability problems including sample space and tree diagrams. 

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Construct and interpret boxandwhisker plots. Find the median and quartile values. Find the interquartile range and identify outliers. 

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Introduce the Fundamental Counting Principle as a method to calculate the number of possible outcomes for reallife problems. 

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Solve problems with data using median, range, and mode. Use line plots to find measures of central tendency. 

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Determine if there is a positive, negative or no correlation for data. Draw a line of best fit. Use scatter plots to make predictions. 

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Students will be able to evaluate internet sources for validity and check for instances of bias. 

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