Box-and-whisker plot worksheets have skills to find the five-number summary, to make plots, to read and interpret the box-and-whisker plots, to find the quartiles, range, inter-quartile range and outliers. Word problems are also included. These printable exercises cater to the learning requirements of students of grade 6 through high school. Use a combo chart to show each data series as a different marker type, like a column, line, or area line. Learn more about combo charts.
Create a scatter plot with the data. What is the correlation of this scatter plot? (Hint: Do not use the day on the scatter plot.) Identify the data sets as having a positive, a negative, or no correlation. 8. The number of hours a person has driven and the number of miles driven 9.