A quantitative experiment is the best kind of experiment to try to easily hit all of the points on the rubric. This means your independent variable and dependent variable should be numbers. If you do a quantitative experiment, you should should make a scatter plot with the independent variable on the x-axis and the dependent variable on the y-axis. Plot each of your trials. Then, for Division B, you draw in an approximate "line of best fit". This is one smooth line that shows the average trend of the data. This line does NOT "connect the dots". There should be about an equal number of points on each side of the line. Example: http://hotmath.com/hotmath_help/topics/ ... it-e-2.gifWhat kind of graph do you recommend I do for states? Also I was wondering if anyone has a good website that explains standard deviation.
When I score this event, I would always credit someone for saying "there is no mode" whereas if you say nothing, you get nothing. Always note whether a mode exists or not if the data has multiple points.I usually don't include a mode, unless there actually is one. Usually there isnt
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