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Probability and Statistics- Week One

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Probability & Statistics

Week 1  March 30-April 3

Math Objectives: Students will be able to: 

  • create a confidence interval for proportions from household items

Instructional Videos

 

TUSD Teacher’s Lesson

 

Khan Academy

 

YouTube

 

Activities/Extensions

 

Here’s a lesson that uses a game from The Price is Right to illustrate confidence intervals.

Explanation Websites

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Online Stats Book

 

Statistics Handbook

 

 

Projects

 

Using Hershey’s Kisses to explore confidence intervals.  You will need a handful of Hershey’s Kisses.  (You could substitute in a different non-symmetrical candy, if you don’t have any Kisses.)

 Independent Practice

 

Problem Set #1  

 

Notes with embedded questions (answers can be checked online)

 

Self-Check / Formative Assessment

 

A random survey finds that 587 out of 675 adults claim they never take naps during the day. Construct and interpret a 95% confidence interval of the proportion of adults who never take naps.

Key Vocabulary / Formulas/ Things to Remember

standard deviationStandard Deviation (standard error):

 

p  is the sample proportion

z* = critical value

Margin of Error: critical value * standard error

Population: a set of similar items or events which is of interest for some question or experiment

Sample: a set of individuals or objects collected or selected from a population

Parameter: numbers that describe a population

Statistic: number calculated from a sample

Confidence Interval: defines a range of values that you can be ___% certain contains the population parameter.

Confidence Level: refers to the percentage of all possible samples that can be expected to include the true population parameter

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