Statistics and Probability Teacher Resources
What are the chances you can make it through one day without using or seeing statistics? It's highly unlikely, and that's why you can find resouces that cover tables, graphs, statistical models, and more, right here.
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An Introduction to Mathematica and the "Birthday Problem"
Twelfth graders determine the probability of two people in their class sharing the same birthday. In this determining the probability of two people in their class sharing the same birthday problem lesson, 12th graders use Mathematica to...
Exploring the Birthday Paradox Using a Monte Carlo Simulation and Graphing Calculators
Young scholars understand and apply basic concepts of probability, use simulations to generate and explore data, develop an understanding of permutations as a counting technique and use varied representations to model and interpret...
8th - Higher Ed Math
Home Runs, Statistics, and Probability
Baseball and statistics go hand-in-hand and knowing how to interpret, compare, and display this information is a key skill for any middle schooler. Using two sets of data, have young statisticians answer questions by constructing and...
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed
From Probability to Combinatorics and Number Theory
What middle schooler does not enjoy an occasional online game? In this lesson play, you will find embedded links to an online probability game, and informative pages about how division is used in probability, the concept of tree models,...
7th - 10th Math CCSS: Adaptable
The Law of Large Numbers and Probability
Learners investigate why theoretical probability doesn't always match reality. The activity involves using Python 2.7 (or Sage) to set up a Bernoulli Trial. It also involves setting up a spreadsheet to simulate the Birthday Paradox....
8th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed