1. The table shows the average price of a pair of jeans and the number of pairs of jeans sold. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
2. The table shows the hour of the day and the number of people at a park in the morning. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
3. Writing The table shows the number of reported rainstorms in two different regions of a country.
a. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
b. Explain how a scatter plot shows the relationship between the data points.
4. Open-Ended The table shows the price and the number of items sold.
a. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
b. Give a situation and decide what kind of items the data could represent.
5. Reasoning The table shows the total yearly revenue for a company in billions of dollars.
a. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
b. What characteristics of a data set should you consider in making a scatter plot?
6. The table shows the year and the monthly salary for a worker at a local store. (Figure 1)
a. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
b. Do you prefer to display the data in a table or in a scatter plot? Explain.
7. Think About the Process The table shows the Calories and fat content for a chicken sandwich at certain restaurants.
a. How should you plot each point to complete the scatter plot?
b. Draw a scatter plot which represents the data.
(Figure 1)