• Week of 4/13 through 4/19

    We will be starting our last unit for this Algebra I Honors course. Unit 10 is on statistics, which is analyzing data and drawing inferences based on data. Hopefully you will find this unit to be easier than many of the previous ones. The calculations are not as difficult, however understanding the concepts will take quite a bit of critical thinking. You will be given notes, supplemental videos, and an online Pearson Realize assignment. The Pearson Realize assignment will be the only thing you are submitting this week. If you have not done so yet, please complete the assignments from the prior two weeks. The activities for this week are listed below.


    1.)  Analyzing Data Display Notes  I have provided the first set of notes for this unit. Click on the link to access the notes and read over them. You DO NOT have to print these out, just use your math notebook. Take your time in making sense of the notes. Please, do not feel overwhelmed by the slides. Even though there are 17 of them, many of the slides are duplicates in which you attempt the activity yourself and then the following slide will have the answers. The last page of the notes asks you to summarize the data displays. Complete this in your math notebook along with the other notes you will have taken from mine. Again, I do not expect you to copy every little thing from my notes. Reword, reorganize, and summarize the information you did not know beforehand. I have provided a video of my own in which I go over the notes.  Click here to watch the video.


    2.) Please complete the online Pearson Realize (textbook website) assignment CW24 Analyzing Data Displays. Do all 20 questions. As with most of these online assignments, you have unlimited attempts at these questions so you will be graded based on what you earn when you submit it. Below, I provided some supplemental videos (so they are optional) you can use for extra help if needed. Some of you might have already watched them if you did the supplemental work the week after spring break.

    Making Dot Plots       

    Making Histograms   Analyzing Histograms

    Making Box Plots      Analyzing Box Plots