# Box-and-whisker plots and scatter plots

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##### Intros

##### Examples

###### Lessons

- A box-and-whisker plot is shown below.

- Below is a box-and-whisker plot showing the scores that students from Class A got on the last math test. There are 19 students in the class.

- The data below represents the number of books each student in a book club read over one year.

13, 25, 16, 21, 16, 23, 18, 20, 20 - A number of people were surveyed to study the relationship between the number of hours of exercise a person gets per week and the number of calories they consume. The data was recorded in the scatterplot below.

- Use a scatterplot to show the time students spent on studying for a quiz and their scores. Then, describe the relationship.

Study time (hours/week)

Score (%)

16

96

14

93

12

89

10

86

8

81

6

72

4

65

2

60