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Three Calculator Simulation Activities
Calculators sure come in handy. An AP® Statistics instructional resource provides suggestions for using calculator simulations. It gives activities for adding variances, normal probability plots, and t distributions.
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- Have learners work in groups and present their findings to the rest of the class
- Resource assumes use of TI-83 or TI-84, but the work can be done on any calculator or computer
- Each of the three activities are separate from each other and should take approximately 20 minutes
- In-depth explanations help clarify the concepts
- Includes calculator commands to use for each activity
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