# Explore Box Plot, A Box and more!

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<p>Compare and contrast the appearance of the same data as it transitions from a bar graph to a box and whisker plot. This interactive illustration focuses on determining the max, min, median, and upper and lower quartiles of a set of data and provides the opportunity to visualize it in multiple ways. This resource is part of the <a href="/collection/mathcore/?topic_id=862" target="_blank">Math at the Core: Middle School Collection</a>.</p>

Middle School Math Rules!: #mtboschallenge Week 5: SKUNK and Other Favorite Math Games

Domain and range ISN entry

yummy math...projects and problems relevant to today! (Middle to High School Level only but still cool!)

<p>Experiment with random sampling methodology using goldfish crackers. This video focuses on making inferences based on a set of data, finding averages, and using a ratio table to demonstrate statistical procedures used by scientists when estimating populations in the real world. This video was submitted through the Innovation Math Challenge, a contest open to professional and nonprofessional producers. This resource is part of the <a href="/collection/mathcore/?topic_id=862"…

Middle School Algebra & Functions Worksheets: How to Make a Box and Whisker Plot Worksheet

Middle School Math Task Cards with real-world word problems. Have your students practice problem solving with real-world math problems aligned to the common core. Available for 6th grade math, 7th grade math, and 8th grade math. Perfect for math stations, math assessments and math exit tickets. Equations and Expressions ( EE ) , Number System ( NS ) , Ratios and Proportional Reasoning ( RP ) , Geometry ( G ) , Statistics and Probability ( SP ), Functions (F)

10 Ways to Use Task Cards in the Middle School Classroom- easy to implement strategies for math task cards.

FREE Interactive Education: Bar Graph/Chart

Controversial Math slideshow. Some really neat math puzzlers (let's make a deal, birthday paradox, Bertrand's box, etc.). #10 not suitable for middle school and perhaps high school)