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By Dr. Jay K. Hackett, Dr. Richard H. Moyer, Dr. JoAnne Vasquez, Mulugheta Teferi, Dinah Zike, Kathryn LeRoy , Dr. Dorothy J. T. Terman, Dr. Gerald F. Wheeler, Bank Street College of Education (program authors), Dr. Sally Ride, Lucille Villegas Barrera, Dr.

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3. Measure a 3 meter piece of butcher paper. Mark a START line at one end of the paper. 4. Have students take 3 normal steps from the START line. Measure each footstep from heel to heel. Record your measurements in a data chart. 5. Repeat the experiment to verify your results. 6. Was your prediction correct? 16 Analyzing Data In order to communicate the results of an experiment the data need to be presented in a clear way. These students used the data chart to make a bar graph that shows how the length of the leg relates to the length of the footstep.

C 38 EXPLAIN A wave of heat blasts your body. You take a deep breath and dry air stings your nose. Dust from the sandy ground covers your shoes. You are in the Sonoran Desert. This is one of the largest deserts in North America. A desert is a biome that has a dry climate. Less than 25 centimeters (10 inches) of rain falls in a desert each year. Several centimeters of rain may fall all at once within a few days. Then for months there is no rain at all. Temperatures in a desert vary widely between day and night.

Measure a 3 meter piece of butcher paper. Mark a START line at one end of the paper. 4. Have students take 3 normal steps from the START line. Measure each footstep from heel to heel. Record your measurements in a data chart. 5. Repeat the experiment to verify your results. 6. Was your prediction correct? 16 Analyzing Data In order to communicate the results of an experiment the data need to be presented in a clear way. These students used the data chart to make a bar graph that shows how the length of the leg relates to the length of the footstep.

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