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11 resources with the concept relative frequencies

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Common Core Algebra 1

For Teachers 9th - 10th Standards
The Flipped-Mastery Classroom offers an entire Algebra 1 class aligned to Common Core Standards. Lessons begin with an instruction video. Learners can pause the video to take notes and replay the video to check for understanding. The...
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Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 5: Bivariate Data

For Teachers 9th - 10th Standards
Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 5 is all about Bivariate Data. The first lesson in the series begins with a video on creating a two-way frequency table. Viewers learn how to calculate relative frequencies within the table to determine...
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Grade 8, Claim 1: Concepts and Procedures Item Slide Shows

For Teachers 8th Standards
Ten resources make up a collection of student and teacher-friendly slides that prepare eighth graders for the Smarter Balance assessment. Learners review rational and irrational numbers, convert repeating decimals to fractions, as well...
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Unit 5 Review: Bivariate Data

For Students 9th - 10th Standards
The data says it's a wrap. Pupils work through four review questions with multiple parts dealing with bivariate data. Questions cover creating and interpreting two-way tables and scatter plots with lines of best fit. Scholars finish up...
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Frequency Tables

For Students 9th - 10th Standards
What's the association? Pupils watch a presentation on creating a two-way frequency table. Learners find out how to calculate relative frequencies within the table to determine whether there is an association between the two categories....
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What’s a Squillo, and Why Do Opera Singers Need It?

For Students 9th - 12th
Squillo, squillo, squillo! Opera audiences would not be able to hear the arias in The Marriage of Figaro, or any other opera for that matter, without the aid of the squillo. A short video explores the techniques opera singers use to...
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2006 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions Form B

For Students 10th - 12th
Test a significant review of statistical questions. The resource provides pupils and teachers with insight into the way the exam assesses statistical concepts. Half of the released questions from the 2006 AP® Statistics Form B questions...
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Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 8th Grade Math – Target J

For Teachers 8th Standards
Look at patterns in bivariate data. Eight sample items illustrate the eighth grade statistics and probability standards. The Smarter Balanced Sample multiple-choice items focus on numerical and categorical bivariate data. The slide show...
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Mystery Dice

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Dice aren't typically mysterious devices, but these dice are anything but typical. Scholars try to come up with dice that match given information on the relative frequency when they roll them a certain number of times. They must then...
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Dubious Dice

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How many ways can you slice dice distribution? A short performance task asks pupils to consider different types of distributions. Given histograms showing a triangular distribution and a bimodal distribution, they create pairs of dice...
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Relative Frequency

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
It's all relatively simple. Young mathematicians learn about relative frequency by watching a short video. They see how to first determine relative frequencies, and then how to use these values to solve real-world problems.