Learning Objective
Investigate properties of the hat plot. The hat plot is a box plot without the line segment that designates the median. Students can use terms like crown (Box) and brim (Whiskers) as they learn about variability in a given distribution.

1. Click on a point in a graph. What does each point represent? What happens to the points if you click on the male sex in the case table?
2. Peebles has a twin (or litter mate). Figure out who it probably is.
3. Do male cats tend to be longer than female cats? If so, by about how much?

## 24 Cats in the Hat

Back to Box and Whisker PlotsLearning ObjectiveInvestigate properties of the hat plot. The hat plot is a box plot without the line segment that designates the median. Students can use terms like crown (Box) and brim (Whiskers) as they learn about variability in a given distribution.

## TinkerPlots file

## CODAP Optional Extension

24 Cat Data Set with questions1. Click on a point in a graph. What does each point represent? What happens to the points if you click on the male sex in the case table?

2. Peebles has a twin (or litter mate). Figure out who it probably is.

3. Do male cats tend to be longer than female cats? If so, by about how much?

## GeoGebra Optional Extension

Geogebra File