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You are what you eat? Mafs.912.S-ID.1.1
What’s for lunch? Smoothie Big Bang- Protein Rockin’ Rio Billy Bob Banana Chocolate Chimp Mr. Mongo Chocolate Mr. Mongo Strawberry Bacon Ultimate Burgers Baconator Baconzilla Monster Thick Burger Quarter Pounder with Bacon SuperSONIC Bacon Double 5 Guys Bacon Cheeseburger
What should you be eating? Girls 14-18Boys 14-18 Protein (g) 4652 Calories 20002200-2400 Calcium 1300 Vitamin A 23333000 Vitamin C 6575 Fiber 2331-34 Sodium 1500-2300 cholesterol <300 Sugar (g) <26
Did you realize how many calories you can consume in a matter of minutes? Is this important to think about? Why? Do we just have to be careful with food choices?
Let’s review our terms The _________________ is the difference between the highest and the lowest number. The _____________ is the number in the middle of an ordered list. If there are two numbers in the middle, average those two numbers to find the median. The _____________________ quartile is the median of the lower half of the numbers. The __________________ quartile is the median of the upper half of the numbers. The __________________________ is the middle 50%. When there is an odd number of data points, the middle value is not included when finding either quartile. Terms: 1 st Quartile, Median, 3 rd Quartile, Range, Interquartile Range
How can we construct a box plot from a set of data? Smallest Value 1 st (Lower) Quartile Median 3 rd (Upper) Quartile Greatest Value
Smoothie LiteCalories Sugar (g) 2 piece bikini - Chocolate20024 Leapin’ Lizard19038 Thelma & Louise19037 Mediterranean Monster22036 Lunar Lemonade- Raspberry23022 Screamsicle21029 Smoothie ProteinCalories Sugar (g) Big Bang- Protein23036 Rockin’ Rio27044 Billy Bob Banana28028 Chocolate Chimp22023 Mr. Mongo Chocolate26023 Mr. Mongo Strawberry31041
190210230250 270 290 310 Lite Protein
Lesson Reflection What five points does every box plot have? What do you need to find in a set of data to create a box plot? What information can a box plot provide? Why might a box plot be more useful than another type of graph?