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3-3 Day 1 EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS SCATTER PLOTS

# 3-3 Day 1 EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS SCATTER PLOTS - AP...

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AP STATISTICS AP STATISTICS LESSON 3 – 1 LESSON 3 – 1 EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS SCATTER PLOTS

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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How can Scatterplots be How can Scatterplots be used to analyze data? used to analyze data? To make scatterplots with a calculator. To determine Explanatory and Response variables. To graph two quantitative and categorical variables on the same scatterplot.
Introduction Introduction When you examine the relationships between two or more variables, first ask the preliminary questions that are familiar from Chapter 1 and Chapter 2: What individuals do the data describe? What exactly are the variables? How are they measured? Are all the variables quantitative or is at least one a categorical variable?

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Response variable, Response variable, Explanatory Variable Explanatory Variable A response variable response variable measures an outcome of a study.
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