Unit: Statistics and Probability
Key Lesson 8.6.10 Using Data Displays to Find Associations
Lesson topic: Associations
- Teacher guide
- Practice Problems resource
- CCRS standard: 8.SP.4
- Learning goal: Create a two-way table and a segmented bar graph that represent relative frequencies, and interpret (orally) the frequencies in context. Determine (in writing) whether categorical data has a positive, negative, or no association using a relative frequency table or segmented bar graph, and justify (orally) the reasoning.
- 8.6 Assessment and Practice Problems
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