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To Parents and Adults at Home…
Your child’s class is starting a math unit on statistics (data analysis).
In this unit, you...
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Math unit 1

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Math unit 1

  1. 1. To Parents and Adults at Home… Your child’s class is starting a math unit on statistics (data analysis). In this unit, your child will learn: SP5.1 Differentiate between first-hand and second-hand data. SP5.2 Construct and interpret double bar graphs to draw conclusions. They will know that: • Tables and graphs can be interpreted as data. • Data can be displayed in a variety of ways. • Data can be collected and organized. • Data can be collected from a sample, rather than from an entire population. • Inferences can be made from data displayed in tables or graphs. • Data can be used to make predictions. They will gain skills to be able to: -recognize the difference between first and second hand data -compare a bar graph and double bar graph -create a double bar graph They will inquire: When might you use first-hand or second-hand data in a real life situation? Can you differentiate between first and second hand data? What is the difference between a bar graph and a double bar graph? Can you create a double bar graph? You can: Watch for examples of tables and double bar graphs in newspapers, magazines or on the internet. Ask your child what the tables or graphs convey.

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