OK, here are the details on the data analysis science process assessment. Google math is fun or go to my links tab and click that link. On the home page of math is fun, click "Data". Scroll down to "What is data?" (in brownish orange color) and click the first and second blue links. After clicking each of these read the material and answer all the questions. Now scroll down to the title "How to Show Data" in this set you are responsible for the following blue links: bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, scatter plots, histograms and cumulative tables and graphs. Once again click each, read the material and answer the questions. Now scroll down one more time and find "Comparing Data" repeat the process for the second, third and fourth blue links. Any of this material is fair game for your assessment in class. If you feel comfortable with the material you do not have to do all the problems however be careful because the problems in each set get harder as you go and I will be asking the harder type problems on our assessment. Those of you who do all the problems will have an advantage of familiarity because I will use the same graphs etc from this site and write my own similar questions to them.
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