Are Women Paid Less Than Men?

Unit 5: Data and Statistics
Lesson 13 of 14

Objective: SWBAT compare estimated lines of best fit with calculated linear regression lines. SWBAT understand the meaning of a correlation coefficient.

Big Idea: Students use real data from the U.S. census to understand linear regression and correlation coefficients.

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Math, Line of Best Fit, Linear Regression, Correlation Coefficient, scatter, scatter plot
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