**10/1/14**

**1. Repeating/Terminating/Rounding Division Page**

**10/2/14**

1. Dot / Line Plot Packet- Plus, answer the final question we added -

1. Dot / Line Plot Packet

**Brainstorm a set of data that would be good to organize on a dot plot.**

**10/6/14**

1. Dot Plots - Junior/Seniors' Math Study Time -Don't forget to title them and label the axes.

1. Dot Plots - Junior/Seniors' Math Study Time -

2. Respond the Dojo survey using the following link:

2. Respond the Dojo survey using the following link:

**DOJO SURVEY LINK**

(Sorry that this survey did not work as well as expected. I did receive several responses, and our list is now made!)

**10/7/14**

1. Dot Plot Survey:

1. Dot Plot Survey:

1. Come up with a survey. (It has to be a numeric survey - like the example, number of pets per family -

__not__favorite color.)

2. Survey at least 10 people.

3. Record the data on the same paper as the survey.

4. Create a frequency table on the same paper as the survey and data.

5. Bring it to Mrs. Young tomorrow for approval.

**10/8/14**

1. Central Tendency Page- Do calculations on a separate sheet of paper.

1. Central Tendency Page

**2. Constuct the dot plot**for last night's survey and frequency table. Be neat and complete - it will be turned in for a grade.

**10/9/14**

1. Mean, Median, Mode Page

1. Mean, Median, Mode Page

**10/13/14**

1. Birth Date Histogram- Use the frequency table we made on the birth date data we took today in class to finish the histogram. Use a colored pencil to neatly shade the bars - all in one color, please.

1. Birth Date Histogram

2. Use what you now know about histograms to complete the

**rover data**(longest roll - we already made a frequency table on the back of the original Rover Data Record Sheet)

**histogram**(pink paper - under the dot plot we did on whole meters traveled). Don't forget to be neat and to include all important parts of the histogram.

**10/14/14**

1. The following is a data set that represents the post test scores of one of Mrs. Young's past math classes:

27, 29, 34, 22, 26, 24, 23, 32, 35, 32, 29, 28, 25, 30, 31, 30, 30, 29, 30, 22

**On a piece of notebook paper, record the data, and complete the following:**

a. Find the median of the data.

b. Find the mode of the data.

c. Calculate the mean of the data.

d. Calculate the range of the data.

e. Use the data to create a frequency table.

f. Use the frequency table to create either a histogram or a dot plot.

g. Is there a cluster? If so, where?

h. Which measure of central tendency would you report to the principal? Why?

Work neatly, and head your notebook paper properly with name and date. Use the FRONT of the notebook paper - unless you fill it, then go to the back, please.

**10/15/14**

1. Finish the box & whiskers plot pagewe started today with the folded class data strips. The boxes represent the lower and upper quartiles, while the whiskers represent the lower and upper extremes.

1. Finish the box & whiskers plot page

**2. Complete the back page of the packet**using the box & whiskers plot and its data.

**10/20/14**

1. Box & Whiskers Review & Practice(3rd page in B & W packet)

1. Box & Whiskers Review & Practice

2. On notebook paper,

**calculate the mean deviation**of the data on the packet page. You may use a calculator for this. Refer to your notes.

**10/27/14**

1. Statistics problem

10/27/14

1. Get quiz page signed by a parent.

2. Make corrections.

3. Create a box and whiskers plot for the quiz data we used in class today.

1. Statistics problem

10/27/14

1. Get quiz page signed by a parent.

2. Make corrections.

3. Create a box and whiskers plot for the quiz data we used in class today.