# Trends in Data

## Finding a model to show the relationship between variables

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## Trends in Data

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Learn how to solve problems using tables and patterns.
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## Mean, Median and Mode

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Learn to calculate to mean, median, mode, and range of sets of data.
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## Mean, Median and Mode

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Learn to calculate to mean, median, mode, and range of sets of data.
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## Trends in Data

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## The Quantified Self

by CK-12 //basic
This video talks about the newest gadgets that tracks and measures parts of your life, such as your diet and heart rate, and how these gadgets alter our sense of self.
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## Trends in Data Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Trends in Data.
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• Real World Application

## CO2 Emissions

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Students will apply their understanding of using data to find the line of best fit using a graphing calculator to make predictions in carbon emissions.
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