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By Heather Adamson

This booklet follows a dentist in the course of the paintings day, and describes the career and what the activity calls for.

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3 Write a summary of your progress. What information do the mean, median, mode, and range tell you about your progress? Overall, do you think you improved? Make sure to use data to support your conclusions. How do you predict you would do on the 6th game? the 10th one? Why? How would you describe your progress from game to game? The Open Book Game How to play: 1. Try to open the book to that page without looking at the page numbers. 2. Record the page number you tried to get (Target) and the page you opened the book to (Estimate).

But when she played the Open Book Game, her graph went down, although she was sure she was improving. Explain to Dottie how to read a broken-line graph. Tomas would run on Day 15. Explain how you made your prediction. WHAT DOES THE DATA SAY? • HOMEWORK 8 43 036-047_MS G6 U1_866792-5 9 ork w e om HW 12/19/03 8:00 AM Page 44 mac85 Mac 85:1st shift: 1268_tm:6037a: Stories and Graphs Applying Skills Extending Concepts A. B. C. D. Match each description with the appropriate graph. Then tell how you would label the x-axis (across) and the y-axis (up and down).

1 For each game, or trial, plot a point to show how many objects you remembered correctly. Connect the points with a broken line. 2 When your graph is complete, analyze the data. Find the mean, median, mode, and range. 3 Write a summary of your findings. What information do the mean, median, mode, and range tell you about your progress? Overall, do you think you improved? Use data to support your conclusions. How do you predict you would do on the 6th game? the 10th one? Why? The Memory Game 1.

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