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This activity is a fun way to work with scatter plots in a realistic situation. Students will compare the fat and calories in items from a fictional fast food restaurant by creating a scatter plot. They will also draw a line of best fit, approximate the slope of that line, and make predictions based
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Scatter plots and line of best fit About this resource : This activity is a fun way to introduce scatter plots to students. They compare their height to the height of their jump. They must make predictions about the data and should explore the concept of line of best fit on their own. A line of be
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STEM - Extrapolation Stations (Lines of Best Fit) is a FUN way for your students to experience collecting data and predicting future values! This activity is split into 3 stations - relay race, stacking blocks, and tongue twisters. For each station teams of students will time each other as they
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Students time themselves while the try to write as many X's as possible. They then graph their numbers and draw a Line of Best Fit to find the slope.
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This is an activity that I use with my 9th grade Algebra 1 students. They are able to pick from US Cities or Car Make and Models, whichever one seems to be more interesting to them. On a separate piece of graph paper, they will create a scatter plot and then answer the questions on the paper. There
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This is an activity students complete that introduces the ideas of correlation & uses their knowledge of writing equations and of Line of Best Fit. They will measure each others Arm Span & Height, record the data in a table, & then analyze this data to write a Line of Best Fit. This acti
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This activity is a graffiti activity. It is completely student led and the teacher should facilitate as students need assistance. This can be used as a wrap up to a lesson or an activity to deepen the understanding of the line of best fit. Each group is assigned a table of ordered pairs to grap
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This product contains 4 sets of 16 scatter plots that allow students to practice writing the equations for the line of best fit. Each set contains the same scatter plots, but with variations in whether trend lines and choice options are provided. The scatter plots are confined to the first quadrant
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In this activity, students will measure their height, wingspan, foot length, hand length, and face length. Using the whole classes data, plot the data on separate scatter plots each find the relationship to the height. Students are asked to find the line of best fit for each of the 4 graphs.
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Get your students involved with practicing Interpreting Data with Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit! Task cards include multiple choice problems and constructed response. This is a great activity that can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity! This gets students moving
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About this resource : This line of best fit activity can be used with two groups of students - those who know how to write equations for lines and those who do not. Students must draw 3 scatter plots from given data and draw a line of best fit. Students who can write equations, will write equatio
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This bundle includes 2 engaging activities where students can apply the skills of plotting points in a scatterplot, making a line of best fit, and finding the slope of the line to find missing data. Fun scenarios of Sasquatch and a crime scene hook kids into learning. Please leave feedback, you
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This engaging activity allows students to use a real life scenario to apply scatterplot data and line of best fit to. Students use data to solve a mystery and capture the correct suspect. This activity is also available in a bundle at a discounted rate: Scatterplots and Line of Best Fit Bundle
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This is an activity for the whole class. My students LOVE this activity because they are able to get out of their seats and do something fun while still learning! You will need a hula hoop & a stop watch of some sort for this activity! {While I prefer a hula hoop - I understand that it is not al
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This engaging activity allows students to apply their knowledge of slope, scatterplot data, and line of best fit to figure out how tall Sasquatch is. Taking the role of engineers, students use a foot print of sasquatch to approximate his height which is needed to construct a trap. An engaging news
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This is a great Algebra 1 or 2 project. Students have to research the housing market and use the concepts of slope, linear regression, and plotting points on a coordinate plane in a real world setting to analyze 20 homes. I've done this project many times and the students love the connection between
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This is set of student "Task Cards" on the concept of Scatter Plots, Correlation and the Line of Best Fit. Included is a set of 14 "Task Cards" with questions on correlation in situations, writing the equation of the line of best fit, and interpreting and applying the line of best fit. **These "
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This product includes three different worksheets with tables and scaffolded questions to build scatter plots and lines of best fit. The product is by Mathink.
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About this resource: This lesson is designed to help students approximate the line of best fit and use it to make predictions when given a bivariate data set. It is aligned to SE 8(5)(D) of the (new) Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Math 8, and it includes a PowerPoint presentation, structu
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Line of Best Fit: This packet contains worksheets on line of best fit. These worksheets are great for differentiation and remediation. Also, I have a super bundle of no prep lessons. It is discounted at a great price. Click on this link for the Super Bundle No Prep Lessons. This packet include
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Algebra I - Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework This lesson plan includes: -Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook) -Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook) -Homework (PDF) -Answer Key (PDF) You do not need to have SMART Notebook or Pow
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Gapminder.com is a very powerful data analysis tool that uses the most current data to allow everyone to look at trends within our world. It is a great learning tool, but if your students are anything like mine, they need direction and structure. I created this lesson to help my students understand
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This is a bundle of 6 worksheets on scatter plots, line of best fit and quadratic regression. It also includes the free download Monopoly and Line of Best Fit.Worksheet 1: Scatter plots and line of best fit.4 data sets. Students will draw scatter plot from given data and then find the line of bes
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GOOGLE Slide VersionGet your students involved with practicing Interpreting Data with Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit! Task cards include multiple choice problems and constructed response. This is a great activity that can be used for review in math centers, as individual work, or as a group acti
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