How High Can You Jump?

Name _______________________

Arrange your list “Hang Time” in order from smallest to largest. (Remember to also move the “Vertical Jump” value that partners with each “Hang Time”).

What is the MINIMUM (smallest) hang time? __________

What is the MAXIMUM (largest) hang time? __________

What is the RANGE of the hang time? __________

What is the MEDIAN hang time? __________

What is the MODE hang time? __________

What is the MINIMUM vertical jump? __________

What is the MAXIMUM vertical jump? __________

What is the RANGE of the vertical jump? __________

What is the MEDIAN vertical jump? __________

What is the MODE vertical jump? __________

What do you notice about the MEDIAN hang time and the MEDIAN vertical jump?

What do you notice about the MODE hang time and the MODE vertical jump?

Construct a bar graph for the “Vertical Jump” list. (Hint: put heights is groups of whole numbers, example 3 to 4, 4 to 5, 5 to 6, etc.)

Construct a line graph using “Hang Time” as the x-coordinate (right movement) and “Vertical Jump” as the y-coordinate (up movement).

What conclusion can you draw from the line graph about hang time and vertical jump?