2. In your classroom you have a box with 100 small square tiles in it. The tiles are identical except that some are yellow and the rest are blue. Your students take turns picking 10 tiles out of the box without looking. Then they record the number of yellow tiles (out of the 10) they picked on a sticky note and put the tiles back in the box. The class uses the sticky notes to make a dot plot on the chalkboard. It winds up looking like the one shown below (where each dot represents a sticky note) C 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 10 4 6 Number of yellow tiles picked, out of 10 a. Write two "read the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions b. Write two "read between the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions c. Write two "read beyond the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions (to the extent possible) oo0 00000

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2. In your classroom you have a box with 100 small square tiles in it. The tiles are identical
except that some are yellow and the rest are blue. Your students take turns picking
10 tiles out of the box without looking. Then they record the number of yellow tiles (out
of the 10) they picked on a sticky note and put the tiles back in the box. The class uses
the sticky notes to make a dot plot on the chalkboard. It winds up looking like the one
shown below (where each dot represents a sticky note)
C
0 1
2
3
5
7
9
10
4
6
Number of yellow tiles picked, out of 10
a. Write two "read the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions
b. Write two "read between the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions
c. Write two "read beyond the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions (to
the extent possible)
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2. In your classroom you have a box with 100 small square tiles in it. The tiles are identical except that some are yellow and the rest are blue. Your students take turns picking 10 tiles out of the box without looking. Then they record the number of yellow tiles (out of the 10) they picked on a sticky note and put the tiles back in the box. The class uses the sticky notes to make a dot plot on the chalkboard. It winds up looking like the one shown below (where each dot represents a sticky note) C 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 10 4 6 Number of yellow tiles picked, out of 10 a. Write two "read the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions b. Write two "read between the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions c. Write two "read beyond the data" questions for the dot plot. Answer your questions (to the extent possible) oo0 00000

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