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

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