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Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 1

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James Dunseith

on 14 August 2013

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Transcript of Where Does My Stuff Come From? Part 1

Unit 2: Bivariate Data
1. Tall people are smarter than short people.

2. People who wear Chucks are the best dancers.
5. People who exercise get better grades in school.

6. When ice cream sales increase, more people drown.

7. Students who completed the linear equation exercises on Delta Math improved the most from Linear Practice 1 to Linear Practice 2.
Bivariate Data
1. Height vs. Intelligence
2. Shoe Brand vs. Dancing Skills
3. Wins vs. Ticket Sales
4. Facebook Friends vs. Friends IRL
5. Exercise vs. Academic Performance
6. Ice Cream Sales vs. Drowning Deaths
7. Delta Math Practice vs. LP Improvement
Unit 2: Bivariate Data
In this unit, you will learn some ways to explore the relationship between two different data sets.
3. Baseball teams who win more games sell more tickets.

4. People who have the most friends on Facebook have the most friends in real life.
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