In this acitivty, students use Mean Absolute Deviation in a real-world situation.
This activity works best with objects that the students have on them such as pencils, crayons, or even the number of contacts in their cell phones. You can also provide groups of objects for the students to gather their data from.
Students will discover what mean absolute deviation represents and how to use it with sets of data. This activity incoporates hands-on activity and critical thinking and writing skills in the follow up worksheet.
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Unit 2 - Statistics with Univariate Data
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