MATH 6:HW: Finish Study Guide for Unit 6 Statistics test. Be sure to read through MSG notes after you have completed the study guide. Make sure you know what makes a statistical question, measures of center, measures of variation, how data distributions show shape of data, differences between bar graphs, line/dot plots, histograms, box and whisker plots. All of this is in your MSG! Look at videos from earlier blog posts.
MATH 7:HW: Review Chapter 10 Lessons 1, 2 and 3 in your textbook. Use the online textbook if your book is at school. Read through OMG notes on probability. Watch today’s video and ones from yesterday’s post.
MATH 6: HW: p.799-800, #1-5, and Reteach Line graph side of worksheet. Review MSG notes for Unit 6 and watch videos posted Monday 3/27. TEST is Thursday!!!!!
MATH 7: HW: p. 797, #13 and p. 798, all problems. Review OMG notes on Probability. Plan on a quiz over the material we have covered so far either Thursday or Friday. Take a look at the following videos for review. I’m sure there are plenty others for you to take a look at too!
Four more days and we will have Spring Break! I know everyone is excited, but there is much to be done before the week is over!
Math 6: Took notes on box and whisker plots today. Our MSG notes are almost complete about statistical displays. HW: Reteach side of Box plots #1 & #2. Follow the steps listed (or MSG notes) to make a box plot. If you didn’t finish histogram worksheet in class, please finish up tonight. UNIT 6 TEST ON THURSDAY!!!!! READ THROUGH YOUR MSG NOTES DAILY. Review the videos I have attached. When you click on each link there will be multiple videos you can watch.
MATH 7: Discussed simple and compound events, and theoretical and experimental probability. HW: p. 795, 1-4. Read through OMG notes on a daily basis.
MATH 6: We will finish up with measures on variation on Monday. We will take a few minutes to finish up Friday’s classwork and then check.
MATH 7: Hopefully you have completed your study guides for Unit 5, and are here checking for the answers! If so, great, but you won’t find the answers here! I have decided to move the test to Tuesday, March 21. We didn’t have as much time in class as I would have liked to work through the practice problems and go over questions. Therefore, we will check the study guides for a grade in class on Monday, answer questions, and review selecting an appropriate data display. BE SURE STUDY GUIDES ARE COMPLETE WHEN YOU COME TO CLASS MONDAY!!!!!
MATH 6: Took notes on outliers for data sets today. We will practice more tomorrow with measures of variation and outliers. HW: Find outliers (if there are any) for the homework worksheet from last night. READ through your outlier notes and come in with any questions you may have tomorrow.
MATH 7: Continued comparing populations from graphs and making inferences. HW: Finish worksheet started in class. Make sure to use measures of center and variation to make inferences. You do not need to do the Problem Solving side. Unit 5 Inferences test on MONDAY. We will work on study guide tomorrow.
MATH 6: Took a quiz on measures of center. Finished notes on measures of variation. HW: Got it? Problem A on p. 734 and #2 and #3 on p. 737. Please refer to your MSG notes on measures of variation we took yesterday and today to help you find: median, Q1, Q3 and interquartile range (IQR).
MATH 7: Reviewed how to create/read a box whisker plot. Foldable and notes should be in OMG. HW: Create 3 box whisker plots from 3 sets of data on worksheet. Refer to notes as needed to help you complete. I have attached the video we watched in class and another one you might find helpful.
MATH 6: Introduced measures of variation. HW: Quiz tomorrow on mean, median, and mode. Look over your notes and complete practice worksheet to prepare. Pages in the book for review are 715-727. Optional extra practice on p. 727, #12-15.
MATH 7: A number of students were out sick today or on Orchestra trip. We reviewed misleading graphs. HW: none
Math 6: We started our unit on Statistics and did a quick survey to collect data. HW: Tuesday Spiral Math problems.
MATH 7: We discussed different types of sampling to get unbiased, valid results. HW: p. 555-556, #1-9. Be sure to read the problem carefully and answer completely. If you didn’t copy the chart on p. 552 last night, then please do so today.