## Using Numbers to Catch a Criminal Class Scatter Plot image.jpg - Section 2: Using the Data

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Using Numbers to Catch the Criminal Day 2 of 3

# Using Numbers to Catch the Criminal Day 2 of 3

Unit 5: Functions

Lesson 21 of 30

Lesson 21 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT generate data from real world measurement, graph the data as a scatter plot, find the linear regression model for the given set of data, and then use the regression model to make predictions.

## Big Idea: Use gripping clips from the TV series Numb3rs to engage students in hands-on application of scatter plot and regression models.

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Math, Line of Best Fit, Statistics, Algebra, hands on learning, scatter plot, regression, Linear Regression, linear function, 8th grade maths, master teacher

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