Analyzing Data: Length of Flights

Flipped Science Assignment for Sept. 28-Oct. 2

Assignment responses should be written on a separate sheet of notebook paper

Friday, Oct. 2nd, 3pm

1520 Cumberland Drive

Garland, TX

1. Analyze the data chart titled "Length of Each Airplane Flight"

2. On a separate piece of paper, write the letter of your answer (you don't need to copy the question or the answer).

3. Calculate the averages for each trial, show your work, and write the averages on your paper too. **if you don't remember how to calculate an average or mean, please view the video under step 3**

4. Just for FUN! View Benjamin's AWESOME PPT about the "Spirit of St. Louis"!

Assignment responses should be written on a separate sheet of notebook paper

STEP 1: Analyze the data chart titled "Length of Each Airplane Flight"

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STEP 2: On a separate piece of paper, write the letter of your answer (you don't need to copy the question or the answer).

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STEP 3: Calculate the averages for each trial, show your work, and write the averages on your paper too. **If you don't remember how to calculate an average or mean, please view the video below**

STEP 4: Just for Fun! :) View the AWESOME "Spirit of St. Louis" PPT created by Benjamin just for fun! If you find more information about planes and how they are built, please share or create your own project for extra cash!

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