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This bundle contains notes, homework, and quiz that cover the following topics:
Mean, median, mode, range, lower extreme, lower quartile, upper quartile, upper extreme, interquartile range, box-and-whisker plots, stem-and-leaf plots, histograms, mean absolute deviation, standard deviation, variance

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Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra 1 Second Semester - Notes, Homework, Quizzes, Tests Bundle

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Box and whisker plots pose many problems for students. They often confuse the length of a quartile for the size of data it includes. After seeing my students struggle with this concept for years (even more-so because they had to analyze the data, not merely create the plot) I came up with this acti

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Probability : Math Stations
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This set of math stations allow students to take a cooperative and hands on approach to learning about probability. Students compare the theoretical probability to their actual experimental results. A rubric is included, as well as color cards, let

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Get your students involved with practicing Interpreting Data with Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit! Task cards include multiple choice problems and constructed response. This is a great activity that can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity! This gets students moving

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Get this as part of a bundle: 8th Grade MATH TASK CARDS BUNDLE

Play a game while learning---what more can a student want? Introduce this take on a popular television game show, Deal or No Deal, to get your students engaged in the study of probability.
This pack includes:
Directions for contestant/banker
Game sheets for contestant/banker
Brief cases 1-25 (l

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Theoretical and Experimental Probability gets a 21st Century Math Project facelift in this interactive game. Tired of flipping coins and spinning spinners? Students play the role of team managers and with only player statistics they must build a team capable of winning the championship.
Students w

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Pre-Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

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This coloring activity requires student to find the probability of independent events. It's a wonderful activity that incorporates fun into the classroom! Use it as a quick probability assessment tool, a homework assignment, or even something for the kids to do after a test. A

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There is no need to scour the internet for data. This resource includes the data and the format to challenge your students' skills with data displays.
This packet includes worksheets that provide opportunities for students to create histograms, dot plots, and box plots.
They can be used as guided

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In this online Math video Tutorial and Lecture on Probability you will learn Probability and different terms related to Probability with its basic & probability formulaes in just 8 minutes.

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This activity is a fun way to work with scatter plots in a realistic situation. Students will compare the fat and calories in items from a fictional fast food restaurant by creating a scatter plot. They will also draw a line of best fit, approximate the slope of that line, and make predictions based

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This set of 18 task cards includes tasks that require students to read and interpret histograms as well as think critically about the types of information histograms show and how they show it. Students also are asked to make a histogram given a frequency table and predetermined intervals and determ

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Get your students involved with practicing Interpreting Data with Two-Way Tables! This is a great activity that can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity! This gets students moving and also integrates the use of technology into the classroom by scanning QR Codes to chec

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Get this as part of a bundle: 8th Grade MATH TASK CARDS BUNDLE

This activity brings a real-life activity into the classroom. Students look at 4 popular fast food restaurants (Arbys, KFC, Dunkin Donuts, and Pizza Hut)and find the median, maximum, minimun, lower quartile, and upper quartile from their grams of fat. After looking at each of them, students are as

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Looking for novel way to get your middle school students excited about math and statistics?!
This file contains everything you need to conduct the experiment (except the Tootsie Pops!) that answers the age old question "How many licks does it take to get the center of a tootsie pop?" The lesson cov

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If you need to prepare your students for a standardized test based on the Common Core, this “crash course” is exactly what you need!
This download consists of 10 “crash course” reviews with explanations and examples. Every "crash course" is followed by a practice assessment comprised of items alig

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Normal Distribution, Standard Deviation, Z-Scores Task Cards
Students will practice calculating and interpreting z-scores, normal distribution, and standard deviation in real world contexts by working through these 20 task cards. These are challenging and diverse questions that require students to

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This surveys and samples project has students create a survey question, deliver it to a population of interest, chart, graph and discuss the results. The project is 3 pages long, giving students space to work and show their results. A rubric is included.
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop

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Get this as part of a bundle: CSI: Pre-Algebra Curriculum BUNDLE -- 9 Crime Scene Activities

This exciting free-for-all game will bring the excitement of the Gold Rush to your classroom! Using a pair of dice, each group will try to gain as many pieces of gold as possible for 2 years. But be careful, robbers and crooks are around every corner. The group with the most gold wins! This file

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Nowadays online reviews have a huge impact on business. Customer ratings help people decide what to buy and what products to avoid. Movies and entertainment are moving toward the world of intense data analysis of audience views to make business decisions. Companies like Amazon and Netflix have poure

Utilize the last twenty years of Oscar winners as a data set to guide your students through creating box and whisker plots, histograms, and exploring mean, median, and mode -- in one 21st Century Math Project!
Does the age of the award winning star in a film relate to the overall gross of the movie

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

This is a set of 10 Zombie Themed task cards to practice calculating mean absolute deviation.
All numbers round nicely at both the mean and mean absolute deviation steps.
Student response sheet and answer key included.
Please visit my other Mean Absolute Deviation product as well:
Mean Absolute

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Your students might be begging for for a day for them to play games. Let it be on your terms in this 21st Century Math Project! This Expected Value and Probability Project focuses on one of the more emphasized aspects of the Common Core Standards.
Students will be asked to design their own games w

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Students can quickly learn how to find the mean, median, mode, or range of a set of data, but they have a harder time understanding when to use them. When is median better than mean? Mode better than median? This worksheet helps explain the different measures of central tendency.

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Need to grab the attention of your students? Try using data from "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins and the "Harry Potter" series by J.K. Rowling!
The first activity is a box and whisker graph lesson. It includes notes, a data sheet (ages of tributes), a twelve question activity, and an

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This probability game is a fun way for students to practice or review probability skills. Included are basic and compound probability questions. Students must choose 24 of 30 probabilities to include on their Bingo card. The PowerPoint includes 30 questions for them to solve i

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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This file includes all you need for a fun filled day of interpreting graphs and data; 9 sheets of matching cards (4 sections per sheet), work packet, and solution key. The activity is designed to have students work in groups and OUT OF THEIR SEATS! There are 9 graph matching cards that will be div

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Engage students in data analysis through use of Presidential data in this 21st Century Math Project. Students will create box and whisker, stem and leaf, histograms and scatterplot through their investigations.
In the end, students will take on the inquiry question: "Do US Presidents with the most

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Pre-Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

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Combinations, Permutations, and Counting Task Cards
This activity reinforces the concepts of permutations, combinations, and counting principles. The concepts are not separated on the cards, nor coded, so students must first decide what type of question it is before solving. They can also be used

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Probability and Simulations
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This resource includes four probability and simulations stations. Two stations require students to perform probability simulations with a spinner and a coin. The other two stations have students determine the probability of independent and compound

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A fun foldable to teach or review finding the standard deviation of a sample. The foldable defines standard deviations, lists the steps to find standard deviation, and has two examples. The first example is a small sample that you can teach students how to find the standard deviation by hand. The

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Check out the PREVIEW to spy these 3 math centers...buy 2 get 1 FREE!
This statistics activity focuses on creating and interpreting box-and-whisker plots. Students will identify elements of box plots, display a set of data in a box plot, and use prior knowledge of composite area and perimeter to ga

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* Download the preview for details! *
* This lesson follows my Counting Outcomes and the Fundamental Counting Principle lesson. Click the link to check it out!
This lesson includes 2 pages of guided notes and a 1-page assignment.
Students learn about permutations and combinations in the order b

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With an influx of data and statistics standards into different levels of the Common Core, a greater emphasis is placed on students understanding data and administering questionnaires (now in the new Algebra 2). This 21st Century Math Project intends to help provide an outline and structure to a proj

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

This resource includes detailed step by step notes on how to create a box and whisker plot, a worksheet and an assessment.
The notes include step by step instructions that can be referenced as students study box plots. Students can glue the notes directly into their notebooks. A box and whisker

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Bring an authentic sports-based math project to your Algebra, Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom with Lines of Best Fit and Correlations! All in this 21st Century Math Project! Using data from the MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL students investigate correlations to some of sports most common questions like:

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

The Correlation vs. Causation Talking Points includes task cards, prompts to incorporate discussion, and an assessment. The task cards and assessment have answer keys attached with brief explanations. There are 15 task cards where students can work individually, pairs, or small groups identifying

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Two Way Tables: Interpreting & Completing
Three different activities to help students learn how to complete and read and two way tables.
1. Two Way Tables: Logic Puzzles
Two puzzles where students must use the clues to work out the missing data in the tables.
2. Two Way Tables: True or Fal

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A fun foldable to teach how to find the line of best fit, graph the line of best fit, find the correlation coefficient, graph a residual plot, and determine the goodness of fit.
The foldable was created using TI84's new operating system so if you haven't updated your calculators the instructions

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A fun foldable to teach or review correlation coefficients.

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Mean Absolute Deviation, Standard Deviation, Variance, Z-Scores: Bingo Game
This bingo game will help students review problems related to mean absolute deviation, standard deviation, variance, and z-scores. A student worksheet to record work and 30 individual bingo boards are included.
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Looking for a new way to assess mastery of a concept? Why not try a maze?
Students will start the activity at the "START" arrow and continue through the maze until they reach the “END” space working slope problems the entire way! The activity includes mean, median, mode and range.
I have include

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Students find mean, median, mode and range given either 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 single and double-digit numbers. Some answers require rounding (answer key is to the nearest hundredth). You can see the 3rd thumbnail image for the answer key. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in y

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This project creates quite an impressive product with simple supplies easily accessible in any classroom. Students generate data from surveys given to peers, using simple questions like, "What's your favorite pizza topping?" Students use survey results to create a 3-dimensional "girls versus boys"

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Students of all ages love to color! Make practicing more fun with this color by number activity.
Students will calculate the probability of independent and dependent events. Twelve word problems are included. The focus is on learning about compound events. Specifically, students will examine th

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Interpret data from two-way tables. Use Venn diagrams to complete two-way tables.
Determine the relative frequency of the two way tables.

Students need to find the probability of picking certain colored M&Ms, and asked to change them into decimals, fractions, and percents. They are asked to draw specific M&Ms at random for experimental probability problems. They are asked to make a few predictions, as well. This is a length

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A fun foldable to teach or review comparing medians, ranges, and inter-quartile ranges of two box-and-whisker plots.

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This worksheet includes 10 questions using one two way table. Students choose the answer then color the coloring sheet based on their answer.
This activity is part of the 8th Grade Growing Bundle.

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Statistical Measures (Mean, Median, Mode, & Range)
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the Mean, Median, Mode, & Range" . Based on the path, the student will be asked to calculate one of these statistical measures at each move

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Need a different sort of assignment for a change of pace? Middle and high school students enjoy color by number worksheets. Maybe this is because they don't get to color much after elementary school? If you've never used this type of assignment before, give it a try!
This activity consists of 11

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Would you rather be rich and fat or poor and skinny? Would you rather have a light saber or helper monkey? Do boys and girls respond differently to such questions? Students will survey classmates and then analyze the results using two way tables. Addresses Common Core Math Standard 8.SP.A.4.

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