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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### Grade 8, Claim 1: Concepts and Procedures Item Slide Shows

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 6: Linear Functions

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#### Common Core Math: 8th Grade

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#### 2003 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions Form B

Update the statistics in your course using older AP® questions. The 2003 AP® Statistics free-response questions cover several of the concepts in the current statistics standards for all pupils. Items contain questions about determining...

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#### 1999 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

Closer to 2010 than expected. Several of the 1999 AP® Statistics free-response questions align to Common Core standards. Items ask pupils to analyze residuals, two-way tables, and calculate expected values to determine the fairness of a...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 8th Grade Math – Target J

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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#### Module 8: Probability

It's probably a good idea to use the unit. Young mathematicians learn about conditional probability using Venn diagrams, tree diagrams, and two-way tables. They also take into consideration independence and the addition rules.

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#### S.ID.B.5 Assessment Items

There's only one way to look at the resource: Use it! Learners show mastery of the Common Core standard for statistics and probability with a set of assessment items. They create two-way tables and calculate relative, joint, and marginal...

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#### Two-Way Tables

There's no two ways about it ... the resource is the one to use for two-way tables. Young analysts use data on favorite extracurricular activities to create a two-way table. Calculating relative, joint, and marginal frequencies allows...

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#### How Random is "Shuffle Mode"?

Shuffle mode is random, right? The lesson simulates playing a music list in shuffle mode through two different players. Using the number of times a song is played first in the list, pupils determine whether the players are fair—or truly...

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#### How Hot Are Hot Dogs?

Split up frequencies to see more associations. Building upon pupils' knowledge of one-way frequency tables, teachers present two-way frequency tables. Learners convert simple frequency tables into relative frequency tables expressing the...

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#### High School Dropouts

Does gender or race make a difference? Groups work together to define vocabulary essential to the lesson plan. Given the national dropout data from 2012, pupils make a two-way frequency table to analyze the data. They compare conditional...

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#### Who Is a Vegetarian?

Provided with two two-way frequency tables, pupils read and interpret them. They determine whether the data provide any suggestion of a relationship between gender and being a vegetarian.

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#### Dropping Out or Staying In: Two-Way Table Analysis

Dropping out of school and its effects are all relative. Using a two-way frequency table of drop-out rates, pupils calculate relative frequencies. They determine the joint, marginal, and conditional relative frequencies. Learners...

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#### Comedy vs. Action Movies Frequency Interpretation

No drama here! Learners conduct a survey to gauge student interest in comedy versus action movies. They use the survey results to create and interpret a two-way frequency table. Using the data, they determine the best type of movie to...

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#### Can You Walk in My Shoes?

Is your age related to the size of your foot? Classes explore this question as they collect data and organize it in a two-way frequency table and dot plot. They then use the data displays to make conclusions.

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#### Can You Make Heads or Tails of It?

Develop two-way frequency tables with data your scholars collect in the classroom. Groups flip coins to collect data and then organize it in a table. They use their tables for data analysis and to make predictions.

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#### Frequency Tables to Organize and Display Data: Favorite Films

What information can your class determine if they know the number of people attending movie showings? Using the information about the number of people at each screening, learners develop a frequency table. The pupils analyze the type of...

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#### Are You a CrimiNole or Gatorbait? Two Rivalries in One Table!

Here is a rivalry best settled by using ... a table? The lesson introduces joint and marginal frequencies. Pupils create two-way frequency tables and draw conclusions based on the relative frequencies.

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#### A TASTEFUL Experiment

Compare thought preference to the actual preference. Class members conduct a quick experiment to determine the type of soda they actually prefer. The lesson involves surveying the pupils about the type soda they normally drink followed...

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#### Marginal and Joint Frequency

It is relative how high schoolers eat. The two-question assessment asks to interpret joint and marginal relative frequencies. Using a two-way table about eating preferences of a sample of high schoolers, scholars interpret the given...

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#### Interpreting Statistical Measures—Class Scores

Explore the effect of outliers through an analysis of mean, median, and standard deviation. Your classes examine and compare these measures for two groups. They must make sense of a group that has a higher mean but lower median compared...

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#### Conditional Relative Frequency

Eat up this resource. Scholars use a two-way table to interpret conditional relative frequencies. They do so in the context of eating preferences (vegetarian or not) for males and females.