Did you find your calculator?

If so, please bring it into school on Monday.

If not… just let Mr. Minsley know. It is no problem!

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Did you find your calculator?

If so, please bring it into school on Monday.

If not… just let Mr. Minsley know. It is no problem!

Today in class we learned how to compute 1-Variable statistics using our calculator.

Then we focused on how to analyze Standard Deviation in real world situations. Please complete the Problem set tonight for homework.

Tonight, please analyze these 3 data sets thoroughly as we focus on strategies for describing the centers of data.

Your homework is the ENTIRE Exploratory Challenge: Problems 1 – 9.

Today in class we reviewed Measures of Central Tendency (Mean, Median, Mode) and common one variable graphs (dot plot, histogram, box & whisker plot).

Tonight, please complete the 15 problems in the Exercises, and Problem 1 in the Problem Set.

As you complete the homework over the weekend, the depth of you ANALYSIS is significantly important.

The mathematical computations involved in creating Two-Way tables is easy. How you analyze the table, and the conclusions you create are challenging.

Please complete 10 – 1 through 10 – 3, 10 – 4, 10 – 6, and 10 – 8.

We will be celebrating Pi-Day, the day before Pi-Day on 3/13.

Part of our Pi-Day celebration will include the annual Pi-Numeration contest where 1 student in each grade will get a prize for memorizing the most consecutive digits of Pi.

Here is a link to the first 1,000 or so digits: Digits of Pi

Today in class we talked about how to compute the data on a Two Way Table to find the *relative frequency* (this is a fancy word for percent).

This lesson was found at the following link from Glencoe (the publisher, not the school).

Complete problems 5 – 10 tonight for homework!

Today we reviewed everything we know about sequences. As you work on these problems, practice using all of the different notations. Be sure that your n (or i) starting values are correct.

Once you create an equation (recursive or explicit) practice USING IT. See if it makes the correct sequence.Tomorrow we will review Exponential Growth and Decay.

Today in class we focused on the features of exponential graphs.

Please create 10 second graphs for the following problems from the worksheet: 4, 7, and 12 – 17 (on the same axes).