This Concept introdices scatterplots and linear correlation for bivariate data.
This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
Explains how to use the graph of a scatter plot and line of best fit to make a prediction.
Shows how to determine if a set of data has a linear association.
Estimating the Value of the Correlation Coefficient Given the Scatter Plot
Practice Scatter Plots and Linear Correlation questions
Strengthen ability to analyze word meaning and symbolic or mathematical notation from context and introduce students to unfamiliar vocabulary or notation. Further solidify understanding by defining new vocabulary words and notation as well as generating personal examples of words, concepts, and notation usage.
Learn new vocabulary words and help remember them by coming up with your own sentences with the new words using a Stop and Jot table.
Learn how meteorologists use scatterplots to detect trends in climate.
A game to improve skills at approximating correlation coefficients.
A simulation where one estimates the regression line of a distribution.