Grade 6

Data Analysis

5.6.1

I/S

I/S

Pose questions that guide the collection of
data.

Organize and represent data using a variety of graphical representations including circle graphs and scatter plots.

Organize and represent data using a variety of graphical representations including circle graphs and scatter plots.

5.6.2

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I/S

Select and apply the
measures of central tendency
to describe
data.

5.6.3

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Analyze the effect a change of graph type has on the interpretation of a
set
of
data.

Interpret data. and make predictions using circle graphs and scatter plots.

Interpret data. and make predictions using circle graphs and scatter plots.

5.6.4

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E/S

Find the number of
outcomes
for a specific
event
by constructing
sample spaces
and
tree diagrams.

5.6.5

I/S

Find the
experimental probability
using concrete materials.

Represent the results of simple probability experiments as fractions, decimals, percents, and ratios to make predictions about future events.

Represent the results of simple probability experiments as fractions, decimals, percents, and ratios to make predictions about future events.

5.6.6

I/S

Analyze various
representations
of a
set
of
data.
To draw
conclusions
and make predictions.

Describe the limitations of various graphical representations.

Describe the limitations of various graphical representations.