- Author:
- Hannah Hynes-Petty
- Subject:
- Mathematics
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- Level:
- High School
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Education Standards
OSPI Statistics and Geometry Instructional Task: Watching Television
Overview
This resource was created by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Task
OSPI Statistics and Geometry Instructional Task F
Statistics and Geometry; Standard S-ID.1, Claim 1;, S-ID.2, Claim 1
Watching Television
A data set consisting of the number of hours each of students watched television over the weekend has a minimum value of hours, a Q1 value of hours, a median value of hours, a Q3 value of hours, and a maximum value of hours.
- Draw a box plot representing this data distribution.
- What is the interquartile range (IQR) for this distribution?
IQR = ______________________________________
Rubric
Rubric
Question Number | Standard/Claim | Description |
F | S-ID.1/Claim 1 S-ID.2/Claim 1 | A 2-point response demonstrates reasonable understanding of the standards and claim by doing all the following:
States the interquartile range is 4 hours. |
A 1-point response demonstrates partial understanding of the standards and claim by doing one of the following:
States the interquartile range is 4 hours. | ||
A 0-point response demonstrates almost no understanding of the standards and claim. |
OSPI Statistics and Geometry Instructional Task F Exemplar
OSPI Statistics and Geometry Instructional Task F
Statistics and Geometry; Standard S-ID.1, Claim 1;, S-ID.2, Claim 1
Watching Television
A data set consisting of the number of hours each of students watched television over the weekend has a minimum value of hours, a Q1 value of hours, a median value of hours, a Q3 value of hours, and a maximum value of hours.
- Draw a box plot representing this data distribution.
- What is the interquartile range (IQR) for this distribution?
IQR = 9 -5 = 4 hours |