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Grade 6 - Data Management and Probability

Standard 6.DMP.2 - Given the mean, find the missing number of a sample.

Included Skills:

Data Relationships

• read, interpret, and draw conclusions from primary data (e.g., survey results, measurements, observations) and from secondary data (e.g., sports data in the newspaper, data from the Internet about movies), presented in charts, tables, and graphs (including continuous line graphs);

• compare, through investigation, different graphical representations of the same data (Sample problem: Use technology to help you compare the different types of graphs that can be created to represent a set of data about the number of runs or goals scored against each team in a tournament. Describe the similarities and differences that you observe.);

• explain how different scales used on graphs can influence conclusions drawn from the data;

• demonstrate an understanding of mean (e.g., mean differs from median and mode because it is a value that "balances" a set of data -- like the centre point or fulcrum in a lever), and use the mean to compare two sets of related data, with and without the use of technology (Sample problem: Use the mean to compare the masses of backpacks of students from two or more Grade 6 classes.);

• demonstrate, through investigation, an understanding of how data from charts, tables, and graphs can be used to make inferences and convincing arguments (e.g., describe examples found in newspapers and magazines).

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