Videos and solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to draw a line plot to represent a given data set; answer questions and draw conclusions based on measurement data.

Common Core Standards: 2.MD.6, 2.MD.9, 2.MD.1, 2.MD.5

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### New York State Common Core Math Module 7, Grade 2, Lessons 25, 26

Topic F: Displaying Measurement Data

**NYS Math Grade 2 Module 7 Lessons 25, 26
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Lesson 25 Homework

Use the data in the charts provided to create line plots and answer questions.

1. The chart shows the lengths of the necklaces made in arts and crafts class.

a. How many necklaces were made?

b. Draw a conclusion about the data in the line plot:

2. The chart shows the heights of towers students made with blocks.

a. How many towers were measured?

b. What tower height occurred most often?

c. If 4 more towers were measured at 17 inches and 5 more towers were measured at 18 inches, how would it change how the line plot looks?

d. Draw a conclusion about the data in the line plot:

Lesson 26 Homework

Use the data in the table provided to create a line plot and answer questions.

1. The table below describes the lengths of student shoelaces in Ms. Henry’s class.

a. How many shoelaces were measured?

b. How many more shoelaces are 27 or 36 inches than 40 or 45 inches?

c. Draw a conclusion as to why zero students had a 54-inch shoelace.

2. For this data, a line plot / table (circle one) is easier to read because...

3. The table below describes the lengths of crayons in centimeters in Miss Harrison’s crayon box.

a. How many crayons are in the box?

b. Draw a conclusion as to why most of the crayons are 5 or 6 centimeters:

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Common Core Standards: 2.MD.6, 2.MD.9, 2.MD.1, 2.MD.5

Related Topics:

Common Core Math Resources, Lesson Plans & Worksheets for all grades

Common Core Math Video Lessons, Math Worksheets and Games for Grade 2

Common Core Math Video Lessons, Math Worksheets and Games for all grades

Lesson 25 Homework

Use the data in the charts provided to create line plots and answer questions.

1. The chart shows the lengths of the necklaces made in arts and crafts class.

a. How many necklaces were made?

b. Draw a conclusion about the data in the line plot:

2. The chart shows the heights of towers students made with blocks.

a. How many towers were measured?

b. What tower height occurred most often?

c. If 4 more towers were measured at 17 inches and 5 more towers were measured at 18 inches, how would it change how the line plot looks?

d. Draw a conclusion about the data in the line plot:

Use the data in the table provided to create a line plot and answer questions.

1. The table below describes the lengths of student shoelaces in Ms. Henry’s class.

a. How many shoelaces were measured?

b. How many more shoelaces are 27 or 36 inches than 40 or 45 inches?

c. Draw a conclusion as to why zero students had a 54-inch shoelace.

2. For this data, a line plot / table (circle one) is easier to read because...

3. The table below describes the lengths of crayons in centimeters in Miss Harrison’s crayon box.

a. How many crayons are in the box?

b. Draw a conclusion as to why most of the crayons are 5 or 6 centimeters:

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