Representing bivariate data

In this lesson, we will see examples of scatter graphs to represent bivariate data.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Look at the data table below. Which of the following would the data NOT allow you to find out?

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Q2.Which of these data tables would allow us to find out the most common mode of transport to school?

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Q3.Which of these data tables would allow us to find out if there was a pattern between the distance to school and the time it took to get to school?

3/3

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Look at the data table below. Which of the following would the data NOT allow you to find out?

1/3

Q2.Which of these data tables would allow us to find out the most common mode of transport to school?

2/3

Q3.Which of these data tables would allow us to find out if there was a pattern between the distance to school and the time it took to get to school?

3/3

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Bivariate Data Lesson 2:

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Q1.Look at the table below. How expensive is the car which is 5 years old?

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Q2.Referring to the same table, which of these statements is FALSE?

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Q3.The scatter graph below shows the temperature and the number of ice creams sold at the beach on certain days. What was the temperature, in degrees, when 20 ice creams were sold?

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Q4.Referring to the scatter diagram above, which of the following statements is likely to be TRUE? Select one

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Bivariate Data Lesson 2:

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Look at the table below. How expensive is the car which is 5 years old?

1/4

Q2.Referring to the same table, which of these statements is FALSE?

2/4

Q3.The scatter graph below shows the temperature and the number of ice creams sold at the beach on certain days. What was the temperature, in degrees, when 20 ice creams were sold?

3/4

Q4.Referring to the scatter diagram above, which of the following statements is likely to be TRUE? Select one

4/4

Lesson summary: Representing bivariate data

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