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Judith Self Special Ed. Resource Symsonia Elementary
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Organizing Data by: Using Line Plots Describing Data (mean, median,mode, and range) Making Charts or Graphs(bar graphs,circle graphs,pictographs,line graphs)
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Line Plots Line plots are diagrams that organize data on a number line If your data is numerical, one way to show it would be with a line plot
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Here’s a way to make a line plot. Find the least and the greatest numbers in your set of data for your line plot. Choose a sequence that will fit your data.( arrange the numbers by 2’s, 5’s etc.what ever works best for your data) Put an x on the line plot to represent your data Write a title for your line plot.
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Describing data Mean Median Mode Range
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To find the mean or average of a set of data you first : Add the numbers Count the number of data Divide the total of the numbers by the number of data. 6,4,6,5,7,7,4,9=48
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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