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The Mission: Students will explore samples and statistics using real world data. They will take multiple samples from a roughly normally distributed population and observe that the samples statistics are normally distributed with a mean close to the population mean. This mission is aligned with Common Core State Standards: HSS.ID.A.2. The fun stuff: Candies, NBA players and sodas! But especially candies--the kids will take samples of candies in order to build a roughly normal…

High school statistics bundle - includes interactive notebook activities and scaffolded notes with teacher answer keys. Great for keeping all students engaged. Units of study include Introduction to Statistics, Descriptive Statistics, Probability, Discrete Probability Distributions, Normal Probability Distributions, Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis Testing with One Sample. #statistics #inb #scaffoldednotes

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Introduction to Statistics Vocabulary "I Have... Who Has...?" Game

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You use hypothesis tests to challenge whether some claim about a population is true (for example, a claim that 40 percent of Americans own a cellphone). To test a statistical hypothesis, you take a sample, collect data, form a statistic, standardize it to form a test statistic (so it can be interpreted on a standard …

Central Limit Theorem- The Central Limit Theorem, tells us that if we take the mean of the samples (n) and plot the frequencies of their mean, we get a normal distribution. Video: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/probability/statistics/v/central-limit-theorem