Investigating relationships between two numerical variables

General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2

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Description

This is another in the series looking at data for the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course. Having looked at how we can describe two variables on a scatter plot (or graph) we now look at how we can take raw data and turn it into a scatter plot. I look at how you can do it by hand and then how to use the CAS (it is a CAS course after all!). There are lots of worked examples with clear and easy to understand examples.

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Chapters

Introduction

Welcome

Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

Understanding where to get the data from

Each data pair is a coordinate

The finished scatter plot

Another example

Using the CAS

Summary

Video tags

vce maths
maths tutorials
scatterplots and their construction
scatter plots
how to draw scatter plots
scatterplots and the CAS
general maths
unit 1 and 2
year 11 maths
grade 11 maths
what is a scatter plot
numerical data and scatter plots
constructing scatterplots