## Bell Ringer

* Make a copy of Student Reflection #13

* Answer questions #1 and #2 on Student Reflection #13.

* Answer questions #1 and #2 on Student Reflection #13.

1) What is the purpose of a scatter plot?

2) Give an example of a situation that has a positive correlation (as x increases, y increases).

3) Get out your Unit Plan. Answer questions on the 2nd Learning Target.

2) Give an example of a situation that has a positive correlation (as x increases, y increases).

3) Get out your Unit Plan. Answer questions on the 2nd Learning Target.

## Learning Targets

I can determine if a scatter plot has a positive, negative or no correlation.

I can create and interpret two way tables of data.

**I can create a scatter plot, draw a line of best fit and draw a conclusion about the trend of data.**

I can create and interpret two way tables of data.

## Learning Rotations

## Group Activity

* Complete WS 9.2 Practice A

* We will check this during class

* Complete WS 9.2 Practice B

* Check your work after each question

* We will check this during class

* Complete WS 9.2 Practice B

* Check your work after each question

## Reflection

Fill out the "reflection" slide of your student reflection #13

## Independent Practice

__How do you find the slope of your line of best fit? Answer on your student reflection.__

**EXIT TICKET**

__Line of Best Fit WS__

**PRACTICE**