# Representing Bivariate Data Sets 2

Unit 7: Statistics: Two Variables
Lesson 2 of 4

## Big Idea: The best way to represent the relationship between two-variables is dictated by the type of variables and the size of the data set.

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Math, Statistics, bivariate data, categorical data, Dot Plot, Quantitative data, scatter plot
85 minutes

### Colleen Werner

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