# Scatter Plots

## Identify positive, negative, and no correlation relations

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## Make a Scatterplot to Represent Data

Learn to make a scatterplot to represent data.
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## Creating Scatter Plots and Line Graphs

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## Scatter Plots

Learn to create scatter plots, analyze scatter plots for correlation, and use scatter plots to make predictions.
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## Regression and Correlation

Scatter Plots Interactive
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## Scatter Plots Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Scatter Plots.
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## Scatter Plots

Students will investigate the correlation between the time of day and the number of calories that eat by creating a scatter plot.
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