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Interpreting
the Spread of AIDS in the US


 
In this activity students are given data on the number of AIDS cases in the US and are asked to graph, interpret, and analyze the data. Mathematics
Topics: Students
draw scatterplots of the data, and fit linear, exponential,
and other regression curves to the data. Sample Screenshots: Below are a chart with the new AIDS case and cumulative AIDS case data and screen shots of scatterplots of each data set.
Source: Center for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) 

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