## Sunday, July 11, 2010

### Differences Between Mean, Median, Mode and Range

Simply fold a piece of paper long ways (hotdog for you elementary teachers) and make three cuts. Have them write the word, than the definition than a picture like so

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## Sunday, July 11, 2010

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Differences Between Mean, Median, Mode and Range

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Simply fold a piece of paper long ways (hotdog for you elementary teachers) and make three cuts. Have them write the word, than the definition than a picture like so

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## 1 comments:

I like this idea and will use it with my 9th grade Algebra students.

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