Prerequisite: Correlation and Regression (Linear). This is a project that divides a statistics class into 6 groups and students do ACTUAL data collection from given websites and they perform their OWN ANALYSIS. They will use
This is an M and M activity. You would need to purchase a bag of M and Ms and then put them in a clear snack bag. Label each snack bag with a sample number. Data about m and ms can be found on their website. Topics: Statistical Methods for
This unit is patterned after the Free unit (Combine Like Terms). Included are topics covering, Multiplication of Integers, Properties Of Multiplication, Powers Of Ten, Multiplying With Zeros Estimating Products, Factors, Primes and Composites,
Within my daily notes (item listed for sell), there are activities. These are most of the activities provided throughout the year of AP Statistics. Whereas some activities do not require student reporting, these are the forms for those that do.
Sparky 3D showcases different types of data charts for any topic (math, science, business, social studies). The presentation includes 20 slides. You can edit the chart graphics to suit your needs. We used the MS Office Power Point 2007 "Smart Chart"
Fun logic puzzles that are great for your white board or printable worksheet activities! The Hidato puzzles are designed to be completed solo or in teams. There are 3 levels of difficulty: newbie (easy), scout (intermediate), and warrior
This file will provide you with all of the content you need to make a foldable over Basic Statistics (see final product and a video of how to assemble at: http://hisrichbiomed.weebly.com/foldables.html). The foldable includes the details of why we
This activity has been tested in a community college Business Statistics class and would also be appropriate for AP Statistics classes. Students enjoy the hands-on activity, which takes about 30 minutes. I introduce this activity after they have a
This activity has been tested in a community college Business Statistics class and would also be appropriate for AP Statistics classes. Students enjoy the hands-on activity, which takes about 30 minutes. This assignment could be the basis for a
This is the first Powerpoint presentation in a series that will teach you the statistical methods for the social sciences. After you view this first lesson, you will be able to answer the following questions: 1. How can statistical methods help you
This is the first lesson and introduces the student to the objective of statistics and provides a couple of concrete examples to generate some class discussions. It provides the introdution of samples and both actual and conceptual populations.
This is a fun student driven exponential growth M&M activity for a statistics class, using LSRLs for transformed data. Appropriate for an AP level statistics course or any other course that needs to use logarithm transformations in order to use
This document contains a flow chart like diagram breaking down a variable into its types and provides brief examples of each and is appropriate for AP Statistics or college level introductory statistics. It is intended that additional information
This activity looks at a realistic data set and walks the student through constructing a frequency table and histogram using Microsoft Excel. It should be noted that Excel is not the best software package for creating histograms, but because it one
In this lab students will use an internet based charting software to research topics and implications of energy on local and global scales. Students will examine the energy cost and sources of their own state (prefilled for Illinois) and analyze
Using probability tree diagrams to teach probability is helpful - but sometimes kids (and grownups) need a little help with them. This "cheat sheet" has 5 pages of detailed (and easy to understand) explanations on how to calculate the various
Great Final Exam Practice or Review for Statistics; Honors, AP, or College course. Included are Six different versions, each including 60 well chosen representative questions in both multiple choice format and also in free response format. The
Using probability tree diagrams to teach probability is helpful - but sometimes kids need a little practice with them. This worksheet has 11 probability tree diagrams to be "worked" as puzzles. This gives students practice filling them in and
Lesson Plans for High School teachers of AP Statistics. Includes the first half of the course. Common Core State Standards are included for every lesson. Easy to copy and paste into school district lesson plan site. Includes technology, group work,
This fun Jeopardy game involves the whole class. I do not take credit for the creation of the game template, or the images included. Hope this assists your students in learning the basics of probability!
This 14 question video guide with teacher key goes with the Bill Nye Probability video or DVD. This covers many examples of probability and statistics as well as the Bell curve. This could be used in a general science, physical science, biology,
This file contains three different projects with solutions and a quick reference card for students. It correlates to Bluman's Elementary Statistics textbook. First is an Introduction to Excel. There is an example, guided practice and then 4
Use this Excel activity to add a hands-on and real-world component to Crossover (also known as Contingency) table preparation in statistics. This activity has been tested with community college students. Those familiar with Excel will complete the
The main objective of this lesson is so the student has a clear understanding of how the real world works in regards to business applications.
Use Excel to calculate Combinations and Permutations. Four brief scenarios are presented (2 combination, 2 permutation). In the first two parts/scenarios, the instructions tell students the correct formula to use and give step by step instruction.
This assignment uses brief scenarios and Excel to teach discrete probabilities including Binomials, Hypergeometric, and Poisson. Students are asked to pair values from the problem with the correct variable. Then, students are given instructions
Video Recording of the Lecture on Regression Analysis using Matlab. You can enrol for the same course on http://elearning.aneconomist.com. The DVD recording provides step by step guide on how to run the basic regression analysis Matlab.
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Use this handy one page form to record notes when holding a Psychic Surgery Reiki session with a client! Features: *Comprehensive client information section *5 Specific questions to ask the client *Three rounds of question asking *Additional
This video will provide answers to the following questions: 1. What are variables? 2. How do variables, attributes, and codes differ? 3. What are the four levels of measurement scales: nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio? 4. Why do statisticians
This lesson will provide definitions of the following statistical concepts: 1. Frequency distribution 2. Cumulative frequency distribution 3. Cumulative percentage distribution 4. Proportions and Percents
You will be able to recognize and interpret the following: 1. A histogram 2. A frequency polygon 3. A normal curve 4. A cumulative frequency curve 5. A cumulative percentage curve 6. An ogive curve
You will know: 1. Guidelines for clustering data 2. Tabular methods for clustered data 3. Graphical methods for clustered data 4. How to interpret curves for various types of datasets
You will learn: 1. to define percentile points 2. to define percentile ranks 3. to use the cumulative percentage curve to approximate percentile points and ranks 4. to define other special percentiles
This Chapter shows how to make inferences about the links between two categorical level variables for single sample cases.
This lesson shows how to compute a test of independent using chi-square. Data for this test are categorical, for example, frequencies, proportions, or percents.
Examining changes among proportions over time. For example, proportion in favor of one candidate or the other in August versus October.
This video shows how to conduct McNemar's test for change in proportional data over time, for example, change in political opinions from August to October.