Distance Learning – Scatter Graphs

Each lesson will take about one hour complete. Start by watching the video then click the Begin Lesson button.

You will need to login to your individual or school membership account to access the online lesson and worksheet.

Take your time to work through questions on the first three slides. Make sure to check your answers as you go by clicking the ANS buttons next to the questions.

The worksheet can be used for extra practice if you need. There are also some challenge questions included to extend your learning.

The fourth slide presents a final challenge to stretch your learning ready for the next lesson.

1. Plotting Scatter Graphs

2. Interpreting Scatter Graphs

3. Correlation and Causation

4. More Problems with Scatter Graphs

Revising Scatter Graphs and Correlation

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