Topic: Graphing

Learning Goal A graph is a tool to visually display relationships in data.
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In addition to 3.0 items, given a set of data, I can choose the correct type of graph to use and create it. I can make inferences and predictions from the data in the graph. In addition to 2.0 items, I can find the slope and understand the relationship between slope and motion. I can find the speed or acceleration of an object by reading a motion graph. I can correctly identify the parts of a graph and know the difference between graphs. I can correctly plot data points. I can interpret the motion of an object using a distance-time and speedWith help, I can do all of the 2.0 items and I can do some of the 2.0 items by myself.

Concept Checklist
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A B C D E F Identifying parts of a graph. Differentiating between different types of graphs. Creating a line graph and plotting data points. Interpreting motion of an object using a graph. Identify if a graph is linear or nonlinear.      

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G H I J Determing slope. Understanding relationship between slope and motion. Calculating the speed or acceleration of an object using a graph. Identify if a relationship is directly proportional, inversely proportional, or uncorrelated.            

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