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You can create what is known as a box-and-whisker plot. Each section of numbers represents 25%. The five points used are: upper extreme, upper quartiles, median, lower quartile and lower extreme. They create a box-and-whisker plot, or simply, a box plot.

# Box and Whisker Plot Worksheets

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The Box and Whisker Plot Lesson
Using a snap shot of a random data students learn to field questions.
Standard: MATH 1
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Intermediate Box and Whisker Plot Lesson
Students learn to read box and whisker plots.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 1
Students draw 20 box and whisker plots.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 2
Studnets create 20 more box and whisker polts.
Standard: MATH 1
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Homework Worksheet
Offers 8 questions for home and provides an example.
Standard: MATH 1
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Box and Whisker Plot Quiz
Students draw 10 box and whisker plots in this quiz
Standard: MATH 1
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