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Representing Bivariate Data Sets

Unit 7: Statistics: Two Variables
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Objective: SWBAT select an appropriate graph for a bivariate data set by assessing whether the variables are quantitative or categorical.

Big Idea: To create a graphical representation of a data set, we first consider whether the variables are categorical or quantitative. The type of display must be appropriate for the variable type!

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