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5 12 What do you think comes above the 5? What do you think comes after the 12? Can you predict a pattern?
0 5 12 8 Was your prediction correct? Now what do you predict? What patterns do you see?
0 522 1233 8 15 What do you predict will be above 22? Below 33?
012 522 1233 820 1534 What could these numbers represent?
Hatch012 Thatcher522 1233 820 1534 Can you make any predictions about this data?
Hatch012 Thatcher522 Wright1233 Hutchinson820 Thompson1534 What are possible column headings?
Number of Hits Number of Throws Hatch012 Thatcher522 Wright1233 Hutchinson820 Thompson1534 TITLE????
Number of Hits Number of Throws Hatch012 Thatcher522 Wright1233 Hutchinson820 Thompson1534 What other data could we calculate for this column?
Number of Hits Number of Throws Percentage Hatch012 Thatcher522 Wright1233 Hutchinson820 Thompson1534 Can you calculate the percentage?
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