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Math: Surveys, Tables, and Graphing Discuss this eTheme.

These sites have definitions of survey, poll, mean, median, and mode. Find out how to take simple surveys and opinion polls. Includes lesson plans and in-class activities for collecting and organizing numerical and statistical data. There are links to eThemes Resources on how to create and use various types of graphs.

Grades

  • 3,
  • 4,
  • 5,
  • 6

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Learn the definitions and characteristics of range, mean, median, and mode.
Here are definitions of mode, median, and mean.
Learn how to find mean, median, and mode in this animation with Tim and Moby. Do not forget to visit Bob, the Ex-Lab Rat, for a fun experiment. NOTE: The web site is available by subscription only.
Learn about mean, median, and mode. Find out how to read a line, pie, and bar graph.
Find out the average weight for a girls and boys backpack. Weight your own backpack every day for a week to record the data and then calculate the mean of the weight.
Learn how to calculate the mean of a data set and find the median. This page gives an example using company salaries. What are the best uses for mean and median? "Research Data" provides an extensive list of statistical data resources. NOTE: The site includes ads.
How will adding more people to your circle affect the time it takes to squeeze everyone's hand? Try it and record your data in the table provided.
Learn the definition of a survey. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Find out what how statistical polls measure peoples attitudes and opinions. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Follow this flu survey from page to page and plot the data on the graphs.
Explore links on this page to find worksheets to practice the concepts of mean, median, and mode as well as practice plotting graphs.
Take a poll in your class to see how many students are right-handed and how many are left-handed. Print the table from this web site and enter your data. Then analyze the data by plotting it on a graph. NOTE: The site leads to websites with ads.
Use the internet to collect information about interesting facts and events that occurred on the day you were born. Use the outline to arrange and organize your information into a report that you can share with others. Select the red "Click Here" link, read the instructions, and click on the mouse icon to begin a project. NOTE: The site includes ads.
These sites have statistics and information that students can use to create graphs. The sites include sports statistics, lengths of rivers, temperatures, and more. There are links to eThemes Resources on different types of graphs.
These sites include examples of different types of graphs such as bar, line, and pictographs. Many of the sites are interactive and demonstrate how graphing works. Also includes several hands-on activities. There are links to eThemes Resources on circle graphs and statistics to graph.
These sites include interactive games, activities, and simulations of circle graphs/pie charts. Also includes some basic data that can be analyzed and some scoring rubrics.

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