# Chris Smith

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Students will complete in competitions to gather data. They will then use this data do check how normal the data is, perform the Empirical Rule test and more. There are 2 different versions of the projects because some require a jenga set.
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Students will use zombies to help them to understand how exponential growth and decay works.
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Students will find the missing sides and angles of similar figures. There is also a word puzzle to complete for easy grading.
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Students will use translations, rotations and reflections to move blocks around a coordinate grid.
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Students will describe the transformation or series of transformations from each original figure to the corresponding prime figure on the coordinate plane. They will need to use translations, rotations and reflectins.
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Students will use sin, cos and tan to find the missing sides and angles of right triangles. This worksheet includes a quick grade shading table at the bottom for easy grading.
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Students will design their own experiment. They will also have to write a paragraph on how to conduct the experiment and draw a design map.
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Students will compete in a number of competitions to gather data then they will make graphical displays of this data and find some simple statistics to turn in. There are several different competitions that are included. you can use as few or many
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Color by number worksheet using the basic vocabulary for Geometry.
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This is a collection of probability problems that I use for multiple activities. They could be used as a packet, used for stations or used for a game or lockbox activity. The problems include simple probability, compound probability (and and or),
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This is a review of basic sample methods and procedures that includes a color by number.
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Students will design a map to Neptune using the planets in the solar system. They will have to use translations, reflections and rotations to visit each planet. The key is an example of one I did with a pirate theme instead but it is the same idea.
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Students will compare the stats for Lebron James and Kevin Durant in the 2017 NBA Finals. They will use histograms, box plots, pie charts and basic statistics to do this.
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Students will use a sequence of transformations including reflections, rotations and translations to put a house puzzle together. They will then create their own puzzle and trade with a partner to attempt to solve each others puzzles.
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Students will design a prototype board game and explain in detail how probability is used.
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Students will practice reading marginal and conditional frequencies from a two way table. Then the students will make bar graphs to display the results.
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Students will examine the correlation between their classmates height and shoe size. The students will graph the scatter plot, find the line of best fit, correlation coefficient and more. Students can also test their own topics to find out how
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Students will use sin, cos and tan to find missing sides and angles of right triangles. Then use their answers to complete a coloring sheet.
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If you don't like grading papers then Code Breakers are for you. Students will use a table of random digits to answer questions. They will then put their answers into boxes called "the code" for easy grading. You can also have the students put their
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Students will design and draw their own football or any sports stadium. Then they will describe how to take a simple random sample, a cluster sample and a stratified random sample. Students can use a random table of digits or chose an example set of
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