# Ch 33: SBA Math - Grade 8: Data & Graphs

Students can use the lessons in this chapter to ensure their familiarity with major types of data representation, including graphs, tables and charts. Engaging video lessons will prepare students for any related SBA Math Grade 8 assessment items.

## SBA Math - Grade 8: Data & Graphs - Chapter Summary

While students are studying this chapter's content on different ways that data can be displayed, box plots, bar graphs and scatter plots are going to be among the highlights. Throughout the rest of the chapter, lessons are further aimed at preparing 8th-grade students for an SBA Math assessment by covering:

• Real-world tables and graphs
• Schedules, tables and line graphs
• How to interpret stem and leaf displays
• Reading bar graphs and pie charts
• Histograms and dot plots
• The definition of relative and cumulative frequency tables
• Finding a percent increase using a frequency table
• Frequency tables and polygons
• Understanding line graphs
• Basing predictions on univariate data
• Two-way tables
• The differences between conditional, joint and marginal frequencies

Students can easily return to any point in a video lesson for another look at something by using the video tags. After students complete each of the short video lessons, they can confirm their grip on the different data representations with a practice quiz.

### SBA Math - Grade 8: Data & Graphs Chapter Objectives

SBA Math Grade 8 assessments reveal any gains achieved by a student in the subject across the academic year. Students could see items involving the Data & Graphs chapter on the summative assessment that are multiple-choice or performance tasks. The items that students complete on an SBA Math assessment concern the requirements of Common Core.

18 Lessons in Chapter 33: SBA Math - Grade 8: Data & Graphs
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