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Unit 5: Data and Statistics
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT interpret data using a histogram. SWBAT represent data using a box plot. SWBAT identify similarities and differences of these representations.

Big Idea: How many texts are too many? Students analyze histograms and box plots to understand the texting habits of teenagers and their parents.

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