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#### Estimating the Mean State Area

Seventh grade statisticians randomly select five states and then determine the mean area. The class then works together to create a dot plot of their results.

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#### Averages

Sal uses a real life example of exam scores to instruct the class on calculating an average. He further demonstrates how to calculate what future scores would be needed to attain a desired average score by the end of term.

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#### Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

What a find! Here is a lesson, designed to meet sixth grade math Common Core standards, that focuses on the calculation of different measures of center for the scores from a penalty shoot-out competition. An independent...

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#### Paperclip Statistics

Begin with an attention-grabbing activity: have individuals link as many paper clips together as they can in a two-minute time span. Collect the results into a data table, which they will then display in a graph or plot. They calculate...

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#### Batter Up! Math Stations

Math stations that review important concepts with the real-world example of baseball.

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#### SAT Prep: Test 1 Section 3 Part 2

Problems 6-7 on page 396 of The Official SAT Study Guide are covered in this video, which includes both strategies for solving the equations and finding the answer in a multiple choice question. The problems in this video range from...

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#### Test 2 Section 2 Part 5

Both algebra and geometry problems are featured in this SAT practice video. Students who have a hard time transitioning between skills on tests (average mean, then diameters and pi, then positive integers) would benefit from Sal's deft...

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#### Go For the Gold

Go for gold to understand the concept of the Golden Ratio. Learners measure their faces, their nose length, eye space, mouth location, etc. This information is used to determine the ratios of their facial features in order to determine...

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#### Expected Value: E(X)

The gap between probability and statistics begins to become bridged in this video, where Sal explains the concepts of central and relative frequencies. Students who are transitioning between algebra and statistics will find this video...

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#### Drive the Data Derby

Three days of race car design and driving through the classroom while guessing probability could be a third graders dream. Learn to record car speed, distances traveled, and statistics by using calculation ranges using the mean, median,...

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#### World Cup Math: Equal Opportunity?

Exactly how fair is the World Cup? Even though all teams have the same number of players and follow the same rules, there are other factors that come into play. This series of three lessons explores the impact that income inequality,...

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#### Measures of Center and Variation

In groups, mathematicians make paper strip models of their pencil lengths, then use the data to find the centers of measure. They also use a Cuisenaire® rod set and Unifix® cubes to determine mean and median. Finally, they use an...

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#### College Athletes

When more basketball players are taller than field hockey players at a school, is it safe to say that in general they are always taller? The activity takes data from two college teams and your learners will be able to answer questions...

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#### Study Jams! Mean/Average

Join Zoe as she calculates the average number of points RJ scored in his basketball games. This step-by-step presentation clearly models the procedure for finding the mean of a data set, including examples with both whole number and...

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#### How Do You Find an Average?

How do you find an average of something? Watch this video and see how you can add up all your elements then divide by the number of elements you added up. So simple!

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#### What is the Median of a Data Set?

Mean, mode, median? What's the difference? How do you find them? The teacher focuses on explaining median in this video. She gives a good explanation and shows several examples using different sets of numbers.

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#### How Do You Find the Mean of a Data Set?

There are eight decimals numbers in this data set. Find the mean. So add all the terms together and then divide that total number by the number of terms in the data set. That's how you find the mean or average of a data set.

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#### Offensive Linemen

Comparing college football teams, Division I is said to have heavier lineman than Division III. Your mathematicians are given data from two different divisions and will have to interpret a dotplot and calculate the difference in weight...

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#### Electoral College

A cross-curricular resource that takes the electoral votes and allows your learners to organize and analyze the data. Young voters can determine which states are more influential and interpret the dotplot provided for more data....

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#### Lesson #46: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

For this bar graphs and line graphs worksheet, students interpret bar graphs, line graphs, and box-and-whisker plots. They find the measures of central tendency. This three-page worksheet contains notes, vocabulary, and approximately...

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#### What is Numerical, or Quantitative, Data?

The teacher gives a very thorough explanation of numerical or quantitative data being anything where the answer to a question would be a number. Whereas any other answer might be considered categorical. She shows several different ways...

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#### What is the Median of a Data Set?

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#### Guess-timating Fun

Learners estimate the number of items in a jar and write their estimate boldly on a piece of paper. They line up holding their numbers. Then, they calculate the median, mean, mode and average of the guesses.

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#### Statistics for 5th Grade

The mean, mode, and median are closely looked at in this presentation designed for 5th graders. They are coached as to what these terms represent and how to perform the calculations need to arrive at them. They are given some sets of...