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What's Your Frequency? Analyzing and Creating Frequency Tables and Line Plots

Unit 9: Statistics
Lesson 6 of 23

Objective: The students will be looking at data to create, analyze and describe frequency tables and line plots (dot plots).

Big Idea: The students will be working with frequency tables and turning them in to line plots. They will be describing the data and making observations from the tables.

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