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Unit 6.4
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Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
Organizing data can help us better recognize patterns and make predictions.
Unit 6.4 -Data Analysis and Probability
Organizing data can help us better recognize patterns and make predictions.How can I expressprobability?
6.5.1 -Determine the theoreticalprobability of simple and compound eventin familiar contexts.
How can data bemanipulated tocommunicate a particularmessage?
6.1.1-Make conjectures and predictionsbased on data.6.5.2 -Identify features of graphs that maybe misleading.6.5.3 -Determine whether or not a sampleis biased.

Unit 6.4
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Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
Organizing data can help us better recognize patterns and make predictions.
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Daily Learning Objectives
KIPPsters will be able to…

State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
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6.4.1 - Calculate and evaluate how measures of central tendency describe data. How can data bemanipulated tocommunicate aparticular message?Define: Statistics, dataanalysisData, datumRaw dataFrequency tableComponents of a tableStem-and-leaf plotLine plotCategorical vs. numericaldata
Measures of CentralTendency
Mean (Average)MedianModeRangeOutlierMinimumMaximum
Types of Graphs:
LineBarDouble BarHistogramPictographPie/Circle(knowing when to usethem)
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6.4.2 - Select the appropriate measure of center todescribe a data set.
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6.4.3 - Match a data set to the correct circle graph.
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6.4.4 - Interpret circle graphs.

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Benchmark Focus

Unit 6.4
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Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
Organizing data can help us better recognize patterns and make predictions.
M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y
Daily Learning Objectives
KIPPsters will be able to…

State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
r   r     f

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6   o    f   2   9
6.4.5 - Identify the population and sample in a

data collection method.6.4.6 - Determine whether or not a sample isbiased.
6.5.3 - Determinewhether or not a sampleis biased.6.1.5- Make conjecturesand predictions basedon data.6.5.2 - Identify featuresof graphs that may bemisleading.How can data bemanipulated tocommunicate aparticular message?KeyTrendsDiscrepancyScaleIntervalSurveysPollsSampleBias
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6.4.7 - Analyze the data on a graph to make a

conjecture and/or infer the projectedoutcome(s) in a contextual situation.
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6.4.8 - Analyze the features of a graph to