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SamuelAlden917
 3 years ago
4 Activity 3: Scatter Plot and Line of Fit.
For this activity you will need regular notebook paper, a piece of string, a centimeter ruler, grid paper and about 5 different size cans or jar tops. (You can get them off the shelves at home if you like, measure there and bring the data to school.)
Make a table like this one on your regular notebook paper.
Diameter of can (cm)
Circumference of can (cm)
Circumference
÷ Diameter
Measure the diameter of the first can or jar top in centimeters. If the measure goes over the cm line, be sure to measure to the
SamuelAlden917
 3 years ago
4 Activity 3: Scatter Plot and Line of Fit. For this activity you will need regular notebook paper, a piece of string, a centimeter ruler, grid paper and about 5 different size cans or jar tops. (You can get them off the shelves at home if you like, measure there and bring the data to school.) Make a table like this one on your regular notebook paper. Diameter of can (cm) Circumference of can (cm) Circumference ÷ Diameter Measure the diameter of the first can or jar top in centimeters. If the measure goes over the cm line, be sure to measure to the

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SamuelAlden917
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Type into your table the measures of your diameters in the order that they appear.

SamuelAlden917
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Type in the measures of the circumferences in the order in which they appear in your table.

SamuelAlden917
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Type in the results of dividing the circumference by the diameter in the order which they appear. Note: If the result is not greater than one you divided the diameter by the circumference and you should redo the division in the correct order.

Ard2000
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Hi am new here can u give me some tips???
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