Question Type - Dot Plot Answer (#020)
Dot Plot Answer #020
Students drag and drop dots to create a dot plot. Choose whether students are creating a dot plot or examining the data from one that has already been created.
Follow these instructions to set up your question:
Blue Pencil - Enter the stimulus and questions by clicking the Blue Pencil and opening the editor.
Question Prompt - Add the question prompt or instructions in the space provided.
Graph Label - Change the label of the Dot Plot.
Setting the Correct Answer
D. Setting up the Dot Plot - Click the Gear button to set the parameters of your Dot Plot including start
point, end point, increments by, number of minor ticks, and label style.
E. Setting the Answer - Add the initial views and expected answers to the table.
F. Set the Dot - Set the color of your dot.
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