Level A - This task challenges a student to examine a set of data from real life. Students must count and compare numbers of raisins, identifying most and least. Students are asked to think about weight and variation in a context. Level B- This task challenges a student to work with mean and use proportional reasoning to scale up and scale down. Level C - This task challenges a student to use measures of center to describe variations in data and decide which one best describes the data set. Students use their measures to make predictions about scaling the size of the box of raisins using proportional reasoning. Level D - This task challenges a student to analyze bivariate data on a scatterplot to find median and line of best fit, and describe trends in the data. Students are asked to use various data tools to make inferences about the data. Level E - This task challenges a student to design a survey to gather data on fruit and vegetable consumption. Students are asked to use a variety of statistical tools to analyze and describe the data and interpret the meaning of the measures in terms of the survey questions.
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