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Draw Conclusions from Stats
Transcript of Draw Conclusions from Stats
A person wanted to know how many people lived in Patterson. So he tagged 725 people then he later found 200 people. Then 30 people moved into Patterson. What is the population? 895
you add 725 and 200 then you get 925. Then you subtract 30. Answer= 895
I baked 48 cookies then I gave 13 of them away. Then baked 12 more cookies. How many cookies do I have?
I can draw conclusions from stats
7.SP.A.1Understand that statistics can be used to gain information about a population by examining a sample of the population; generalizations about a population from a sample are valid only if the sample is representative of that population. Understand that random sampling tends to produce representative samples and support valid inferences.
By: Layne Adams
1) Collect info needed from the question
2) Organize and summarize info
3) Draw conclusions from summary
Common Core State Standard
Scientists want to know how many alligators are in Louisiana. they found 250 in Southern Louisiana. Then they found 100 in Northern Louisiana. But 135 were marked and released what is the population? 215
if you add 250 and 100 you get 350. Then you subtract 135. Then you end up with 215.
There are are about 12,000 people in Morgan City 1,500 more people moved in. Then 3,000 moved out. What is the population living in Morgan City?