Data Analysis may not be the most enthralling topic for math students but perhaps this real world situation will draw their interest.
In this investigation, students use data analysis to seek answers to the types of questions often posed by consumer agencies and people who work in sales and marketing.
Students time balls rolling down inclines of varying lengths and heights, then try to make inferences about the relationship among the variables involved.
This activity allows students to look for functions within a given set of data.
In this lesson, students participate in an activity in which they conduct a survey, analyze and summarize the data they collect, and draw conclusions from their findings.
This lesson gives students another opportunity to explore fractions using the set model.
Students tally data about food preferences and learn the convention of displaying a set of five tallies.
Sea gulls and crows feed on various types of mollusks by lifting them into the air and dropping them onto a rock to break open their shells.