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This PowerPoint Jeopardy game is a great way to practice skills in solving equations. The questions are about one-step, and two-steps equations .Appropriate for middle and high school.
Students break into groups and play Jeopardy.
Enjoy!!!!
My Jeopardies: Equations Jeopardy g@me
Multiplicati

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This PowerPoint presentation contains 130 slides to help you fully understand how to create your own 5-point perspective drawing. It is easier than you may think. This presentation is perfect for an art teacher who teaches drawing, advanced drawing, advanced placement art, perspective techniques,

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***Note: this product is in Beta, so it is comparatively low-priced. The first eight units are finished and ready to go; I will be adding unit 9 shortly, so buy now, pay a lower price, get free updates later (you will have to re-download)*** This is a bundle of 10 Units & Midterm Exam designed f

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This is a powerpoint presentation to accompany my free Mathamageddon worksheet. The worksheet is a powerpoint file that can be displayed with a projector as well, but I wanted something that showed the graph in more detail and with a more interesting way to show the graphs.
This is just a short

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-State whether a variable is categorical or quantitative.
-Manually create a dotplot and a histogram that represent given data.
-Describe a distribution in terms of center, spread and shape.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfre

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This lesson involves studying different populations and why they decrease or increase. This gets the student involved by having them be the scientist.
The terms in this presentation include:
population density
observation
sampling
mark-and-recapture
birth rate
death rate
immigration
emigration
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Changing percents to fractions and decimals. It is a power point presentation with many examples
It is 19 beautiful slides
A R Mathematics

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This is a PowerPoint presentation designed for whole-course review and as practice tool for the AP Statistics Exam. The presentation contains 56 slides with 6 practice items drawn from the 2000 AP exam (including solutions and scoring guides), and a review of high-level concepts including: Distribut

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-State mean and standard deviation for The Standard Normal Distribution
-Given a raw score from a normal distribution, find the standardized â€śz-scoreâ€ť
-Use the Table of Standard Normal Probabilities to find the area under a given section of the Standard Normal curve.
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Probability Basics
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-Write the sample space for a set of events.
Count the outcomes in a sample space by using:
**A branching (tree) diagram.
**The multiplication principle.
-Apply the basic rules of probability to solve problems.
-Describe what is meant by the complement of an event.
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These are a guided notebook pages for the interactive math notebook on Slope Intercept. (Ch 5 in Algebra 1, Pearson).
Included is a matching Powerpoint that follows the notes exactly.
Included: Homework, Guided Notes, Powerpoints, and Keys
Please see my other items for Interactive Math Notebook

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Matched Pairs t Procedures
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-Students will perform a matched-pairs t procedure.
-Students will use the TI to calculate one-sample confidence intervals.
-Students will use the TI to calculate one-sample t-tests.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, Mc

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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on spanning trees, minimum weight spanning trees, Prim's Algorithm, and Kruskal's Algorithm for middle/high school/college students. Included: 2 sets of lesson slides (one on trees and spanning trees, the other on minimum weight spanning trees, Prim,

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Finding The Greatest Common Factor (PowerPoint Presentation )
ObjectivesThe student will be able to:
1. find the prime factorization of a number.
2. find the greatest common factor (GCF) for a set of monomials.
A R Mathematics

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'Double Your Money" Introductory lesson on exponential growth

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-Describe verbally the meaning of STANDARD DEVIATION.
-Calculate the VARIANCE and STANDARD DEVIATION of a data set from a formula and on the TI.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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-Given a two-variable data set, construct and interpret a scatterplot.
-Identify variables as explanatory or response variables.
-Describe an association in terms of:
*Direction
*Shape (or form)
*Strength
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
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-Convert polynomial data to linear data by use of logarithm principles.
-Perform linear regression on linearized data.
-Evaluate linear fit by using a residual plot.
-Convert linear results to a polynomial function that models the original data.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistic

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Simple Random Samples
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-Describe the difference between a population and a sample.
-Describe the difference between a census and a survey.
-Describe what is meant by bias in a sample.
-Describe what is meant by a:
*Voluntary Response Sample.
*Convenience Sample.
*Simple Random Sample.
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-Review Section 3.1: Scatterplots.
-Review Section 3.2: Correlation.
-Review Section 3.3: Least Squares Regression.
-Review Section 4.1: Modeling Nonlinear Data.
-Review Section 4.2: Interpreting Correlation and Regression.
-Review Section 4.3: Relations in Categorical Data.
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Sampling Distributions
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-Students should be able to describe the difference between a parameter and a statistic.
-Students should be able to define a sample mean and a sample proportion.
-Students should be able to define and describe a sampling distribution.
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The Practi

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