Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or even numbers below. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

The mean is one measurement of central tendency. A measure of central tendency is a single value that attempts to describe a set of data by identifying the central position within that set of data.

In school, the final grade you get in a course is usually a mean. This mean represents the total number of points you scored in the class divided by the number of possible points. This is the classic type of average – when your overall performance on many items is evaluated with a single number.

When you watch a baseball game and you see the player's batting average, that number represents the total number of hits divided by the number of times at bat. That number is the mean.

Rewrite the data; show each of the 3 steps; use a calculator. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Mean and mean absolute deviation (MAD) are all measures to check how spread out the data is. Data that are similar to each other will have a small spread, whereas data that are more different from each other will have a large spread from the individual values.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or even numbers (below). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

*If the size of the data set is odd, DO NOT include the median when finding the first and third quartiles. If the size of the data set is even, the median is the average of the middle 2 values in the data set.

An outlier is either much greater or much less than other values in a data set. Mathematically, if a data value is 1.5 times the value of the IQR BEYOND the quartiles, it is an outlier.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Write the key information on your paper, show your thinking, check your answer (link below). If you got it right, move on. If you didn't, ask for help.

Write the key information on your paper, show your thinking, check your answer (link below). If you got it right, move on. If you didn't, ask for help.

Take out something to write with and a calculator. (No notebooks.) If you don't have a calculator, you may use your Chromebook. Go to Google Classroom > Stream > Unit 11

In a moment, I will pass out your quizzes. Where needed, show your thinking. Please write your answers on the lines provided.

When finished, put your quiz (with your name on it) in the basked in the front.

Check Google Classroom (and begin working on the assignment)

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or below (even numbers). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

A dot plot is a tool for visualizing data using. A dot plot shows the distribution of numerical variables where a value is represented by each dot on a number line or graph.

p869: 12, 13 (6 is the outlier); p867: 1, 2 (25 is the outlier); p868: 7

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA1) or the even number is below. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

Click Sign in > Select Grade 6 > Start Grade 6 Math PERFORMANCE TASK

Work together to complete questions 1 - 5.

* With a computer based Performance Task, you want to READ EVERYTHING FIRST (so that you can create a plan for how you will solve each problem). Use your scratch paper to work out ALL your thinking. The last step is to enter your answers in the computer. Here is my solution:

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

Show your work. Use a calculator. Be sure to do a problem and check the answer (link below). If you make a mistake, work together to correct your thinking -- before moving on.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA3). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA5). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Show your work. When needed, use a calculator. Be sure to do a problem and check the answer (link below). If you make a mistake, work together to correct your thinking -- before moving on.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA5). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

The swim center sells daily passes that allow swimmers to purchase any number of passes in advance for $6 per day. When checking out, there is a $2 online transaction fee.

a. Write an equation that could be used for finding the cost of any number of daily swim passes.

b. Make a function table to show the relationship between the number of passes and cost.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or even numbers below. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

The mean is one measurement of central tendency. A measure of central tendency is a single value that attempts to describe a set of data by identifying the central position within that set of data.

In school, the final grade you get in a course is usually a mean. This mean represents the total number of points you scored in the class divided by the number of possible points. This is the classic type of average – when your overall performance on many items is evaluated with a single number.

When you watch a baseball game and you see the player's batting average, that number represents the total number of hits divided by the number of times at bat. That number is the mean.

Rewrite the data; show each of the 3 steps; use a calculator. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Mean and mean absolute deviation (MAD) are all measures to check how spread out the data is. Data that are similar to each other will have a small spread, whereas data that are more different from each other will have a large spread from the individual values.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or even numbers (below). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

*If the size of the data set is odd, DO NOT include the median when finding the first and third quartiles. If the size of the data set is even, the median is the average of the middle 2 values in the data set.

An outlier is either much greater or much less than other values in a data set. Mathematically, if a data value is 1.5 times the value of the IQR BEYOND the quartiles, it is an outlier.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Write the key information on your paper, show your thinking, check your answer (link below). If you got it right, move on. If you didn't, ask for help.

Write the key information on your paper, show your thinking, check your answer (link below). If you got it right, move on. If you didn't, ask for help.

Take out something to write with and a calculator. (No notebooks.) If you don't have a calculator, you may use your Chromebook. Go to Google Classroom > Stream > Unit 11

In a moment, I will pass out your quizzes. Where needed, show your thinking. Please write your answers on the lines provided.

When finished, put your quiz (with your name on it) in the basked in the front.

Check Google Classroom (and begin working on the assignment)

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA9) or below (even numbers). If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

A dot plot is a tool for visualizing data using. A dot plot shows the distribution of numerical variables where a value is represented by each dot on a number line or graph.

p869: 12, 13 (6 is the outlier); p867: 1, 2 (25 is the outlier); p868: 7

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book (V2SA1) or the even number is below. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

Click Sign in > Select Grade 6 > Start Grade 6 Math PERFORMANCE TASK

Work together to complete questions 1 - 5.

* With a computer based Performance Task, you want to READ EVERYTHING FIRST (so that you can create a plan for how you will solve each problem). Use your scratch paper to work out ALL your thinking. The last step is to enter your answers in the computer. Here is my solution:

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.

Show your work. Use a calculator. Be sure to do a problem and check the answer (link below). If you make a mistake, work together to correct your thinking -- before moving on.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA3). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA5). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

Show your work. When needed, use a calculator. Be sure to do a problem and check the answer (link below). If you make a mistake, work together to correct your thinking -- before moving on.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer, and check the answer in the back of the book (or online at V2SA5). If you got it right, move on. If you got it wrong, try to find and correct your mistake. If needed, ask for help.

The swim center sells daily passes that allow swimmers to purchase any number of passes in advance for $6 per day. When checking out, there is a $2 online transaction fee.

a. Write an equation that could be used for finding the cost of any number of daily swim passes.

b. Make a function table to show the relationship between the number of passes and cost.

Rewrite the problem, show your work, circle the answer. Then check the answer in the back of the book. If you got it right, move to the next. If you got it wrong, check your work or ask for help if you can't find your mistake.