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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot.

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($)

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example : Create a scatter plot for the following table : Number of Guests Cost of Party ($) Create a coordinate grid 2.Number and label each axis 3.Plot each data value Number of Guests Cost of Party ( $ ) ( you might have to estimate the location of the point )

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips. If Sarah is working an 8 hour shift tonight, how much can she expect to earn in tips according to her scatter plot ? Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips. If Sarah is working an 8 hour shift tonight, how much can she expect to earn in tips according to her scatter plot ? Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 From the scatter plot, we can see that the last 8 hour shift she worked she earned $70 in tips…

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Sometimes we will need to extrapolate the graph. That is, estimate the data past the known information.

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Sometimes we will need to extrapolate the graph. That is, estimate the data past the known information. This is called a “line of best fit”.

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Sometimes we will need to extrapolate the graph. That is, estimate the data past the known information. This is called a “line of best fit”. This line “fits” in between the data points and extends beyond our last data item…

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Using this “line of best fit”, we could estimate what Sarah would earn if she worked a shift that hasn’t been plotted…

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Using this “line of best fit”, we could estimate what Sarah would earn if she worked a shift that hasn’t been plotted… For example, how much could Sarah expect earn if she works a 12 hour shift ?

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Scatter Plots Scatter plots are used when you want to represent data from a table. Match the data values in the table to the coordinates of the points on the scatter plot. Example # 2 : During the month of June, Sarah created a scatter plot that showed the hours worked and how much she earned in tips Hours Worked Tips earned ( $ ) 120 Using this “line of best fit”, we could estimate what Sarah would earn if she worked a shift that hasn’t been plotted… For example, how much could Sarah expect earn if she works a 12 hour shift ? About $95.00

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