In this acitivty, students will use data from a random sample to make inferences about a population. In this activity, the students will use the color of an object each student has. This can be any item such as backpacks, shoes, or shirts.
Students will use discover what bias looks like in a real-world situation, and why a random sample would be needed or preferred. 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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