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# Grade 6 Module 6 Lessons

 Learning Objective ► Statistics Math Terminology for Module 6 Familiar Terms and Symbols Line Plot or Dot Plot ► Tips for Parents (Eureka Math 6-8 Writing Team)

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 A.  Understanding Distributions Posing Statistical Questions      ► Additional Resources Displaying a Data Distribution      ► Additional Resources Creating a Dot Plot      ► Additional Resources Creating a Histogram      ► Additional Resources Describing a Distribution Displayed in a Histogram      ► Additional Resources B.  Summarizing a Distribution that is Approximately Symmetrical Using the Mean and the Mean      Absolute Describing the Center of a Distribution Using the Mean      ► Additional Resources The Mean as a Balance Point      ► Additional Resources Variability in a Data Distribution      ► Additional Resources The Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD)      ► Additional Resources Describing Distributions Using the Mean and MAD      ► Additional Resources C.  Summarizing a Distribution that is Skewed Using the Median and the Interquartile Range Describing the Center of a Distribution Using the Median      ► Additional Resources Describing Variability Using the Interquartile Range (IQR)      ► Additional Resources Summarizing a Distribution Using a Box Plot      ► Additional Resources More Practice with Box Plots      ► Additional Resources Understanding Box Plots      ► Additional Resources D.  Summarizing and Describing Distributions Developing a Statistical Project      ► Lesson 17  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources Connecting Graphical Representations and Numerical Summaries      ► Lesson 18  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources Comparing Data Distributions      ► Lesson 19  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources Describing Center, Variability, and Shape of a Data Distribution from a Graphical Representation      ► Lesson 20  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources Summarizing a Data Distribution by Describing Center, Variability, and Shape      ► Lesson 21  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources Presenting a Summary of a Statistical Project      ► Lesson 22  |  Lesson Instruction      ► Additional Resources 