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Time: 12:15-1:15, 1:15-2:15, 2:15-3:15, 3:30-4:30 PM

Section: Cruz, Dagohoy, Ejercito, Bonifacio,

Competency: Identify the mean of a grouped data

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

1. Solve for the mean using classmark and coded deviation;;

2. Solve word problems involving mean; and

3. Observe cooperation in performing group tasks.

A. Topic: Measure of Central Tendency (Mean)

B. Reference: Mathematics Learner’s Module pp 490, Abuzo et. Al (2013)

C. Materials: Powerpoint presentation, cut outs, activity sheets

III. Procedure:

A. Preliminary Activities

1. Greetings

“Good afternoon, Class!”

2. Opening Prayer

“In the name of… AMEN.”

3. Arranging of Chairs

“Before taking your seats, please arrange your chairs and pick up the pieces of

papers under your chair.”

4. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

Wika Rambulan

The students will guess the words similar to a popular game in the Philippine television.

Is that sticks Statistics Cartesian Coordinate

Dean ate

Me in Mean Ash Some Me In Assumed mean

Grew up day the Grouped data Freak When See Frequency

Mid Ian Median Clap (-p) sssh Ma arc classmark

Poll Lee Mow doll Polymodal In there Bal Interval

Cow dead Deaf via

Coded Deviation The is core Test scores

Xion

Some as Ion summation Xen Trawl 10 then Sy Central tendency

Four mew luh formula Ray an edge range

A. Activity

1. Group Activity

Directions: Complete the Frequency Distribution Table by solving the puzzle and

calculate for the Mean using Classmarks and Coded Deviation. Write your complete

solution.

Scores in

f X fX d fd

Test

(The

difference

26-30

between 73

and 63)

(The

quotient

21-25

between

200 and 20)

(The sum of

? 18

4+4)

(The

11-15 product of 5 0

and 3)

(The

number

6-10

between 6

and 8)

B. Analysis

a. How did you get the classmark?

b. What are the steps did you use in order to solve for the mean?

c. What can you say about the coded deviation and its assume mean?

d. How are you going to differentiate mean with classmark and with coded

deviation?

C. Abstraction

A. Read and analyze.

The mean (also known as the arithmetic mean or average) is the most commonly

used measure of central tendency. It is used to describe set of data where the

measures cluster around each other, a single value appears to represent

distinctively theMean

typical value.

To find the mean (𝑥) of grouped data using class marks,

Mean

To find the mean (𝑥 ) of grouped 𝑓𝑋 data using class marks,

𝑥= 𝑓𝑋

𝑥=𝑓

where: 𝑓 of each class

f is the frequency

where: X isf the

is the

classfrequency

mark of the of

classeach class

X is the class mark of the class

To find the mean (𝑥) of grouped data using code deviation,

𝑓𝑑

𝑥 = 𝐴. 𝑀. + 𝑖

𝑓

where: A.M. is the assumed mean

f is the frequency of each class

d is the coded deviation from A.M.

i is the class interval

D. Application

Directions: Complete the Frequency Distribution Table and calculate for the Mean

using Classmarks and Coded Deviation. Write your complete solution.

Score 𝑓𝑋 𝑑 𝑓𝑑

( 𝑓) ( 𝑋)

41-45 4 43 172 3 12

36-40 6 38 228 2 12

31-35 7 33 231 1 7

26-30 8 28 224 0 0

21-25 3 23 69 -1 -3

16-20 2 18 36 -2 -4

E. Assessment

F. Assignment

Bring manila paper and study median of grouped data.

Student Teacher Cooperating Teacher

Noted by:

Head Teacher I Principal II

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