Unit 2 (Data)

2.01 - I can interpret differences in the distributions of two or more sets of data by comparing their shapes, centers, and spreads, accounting for the possible effects of any outliers.

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 2.02 - I can analyze the distributions of one or more sets of data, choosing the appropriate measures of center and spread based on the shape of a distribution or effects of possible outliers.

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2.03 - I can create a two-way frequency table from a set of data on two categorical variables.

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2.04 - I can calculate relative frequencies from two-way tables.

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2.05 - I can use relative frequencies to describe possible associations and trends in the data.

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2.06 - I can choose the best representation and appropriate scale to construct a plot for a set of data, including dot plots, histograms, and box plots.

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2.07 - I can calculate (using technology) and interpret the standard deviation of one or more sets of data.

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2.08 - I can estimate and interpret the standard deviation of one or more sets of data from a distribution.

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