Tuesday: Worksheet 92/270

Wednesday: Worksheet - Box & Whisker Plots

Thursday: Period 1 & 3 - Worksheet FACE Math

Period 2 - Worksheet 3rd Quarter Review

Period 5 & 6 - Worksheet 96

Friday: Worksheet - 3rd Quarter Review

Monday: Worksheet 93
Tuesday: Worksheet 92/270 Wednesday: Worksheet - Box & Whisker Plots Thursday: Period 1 & 3 - Worksheet FACE Math Period 2 - Worksheet 3rd Quarter Review Period 5 & 6 - Worksheet 96 Friday: Worksheet - 3rd Quarter Review
10 Comments
Jose Fierros
3/3/2020 04:52:02 pm
Mr. Berchtold I do not know how to find the outlier on the math homework
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Mr. Berchtold
3/3/2020 06:10:36 pm
Outliers are numbers that are either very large or very small compared to the rest of the numbers. I do not have the worksheet with me, but I remember there are two numbers that are much larger then the rest of the data set on tonight;s homework.
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3/3/2020 07:16:56 pm
Mr.Berchtold, I don't understand the box and whiskers its at the last problem.
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Hannah
3/3/2020 07:31:31 pm
Help Me!!!
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Hannah
3/4/2020 01:58:21 pm
Mr.Berchtold I'm confused about #8 of todays homework.
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Mr. Berchtold
3/4/2020 05:46:49 pm
I do not have the worksheet with me to look at the problem.
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Hannah
3/4/2020 02:07:51 pm
Mr Berchtold, this is Hannah's dad. For questions 7-11 we are given a number line that represents "Average mins per night spent on homework". How do we determine number of students using that same line. Number 9 asks this question.
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Mr. Berchtold
3/4/2020 05:48:09 pm
On a box and whisker plot, you cannot tell the exact number of observations.. You can make inferences and know that at least one student scored at the minimum level and at least one student scored at the maximum level (these may be outliers).
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