# Statistics Project

Today in class, everyone received instructions for their Statistics “poster” Project.  This will be due (probably) at the start of class on Friday, March 3.

Below is a TON of data you might choose to analyze for your project.  Tons of Data

If you lost your assignment sheet, then you can also find it on page 140 of the attached file.

Interesting websites:
https://plot.ly/

http://www.census.gov/

How Much Does One Lego Piece Cost?

http://www.gapminder.org/data/

http://www.wolframalpha.com/

# Mathematical Modeling

Today in class we used everything we have learned about graphs, tables, and equations this year as we constructed the PERFECT cow fence!

Over the weekend, please complete the R&P for 11.3.4

# End of Year Review:

Today in class we began to review the “Really Big” concepts and skills necessary for success in Geometry next year.

Tonight, please complete the following problems from the R&P of 11.3.1)  75, & 78 – 82.

# Interpreting Standard Deviation:

Today in class we learned how to compute Standard Deviation using Google Sheets.

We also discussed how to INTERPRET the Standard Deviation.

Tonight, please complete the Problem Set from Lesson 6.

# 11.2.2 (The Rest of It)

Today in class we learned how to make Box and Whisker Plots on the TI-Nspire calculators.  (You can google it if you need help on your homework).

Then we learned how to measure IQR and identify outliers on a Box and Whisker Plot.

The rest of the lesson focused on describing the shapes of data on histograms.

Tonight, complete the R&P for 11.2.2

# 11.2.2) How do we Compare Results

Today in class we began to compare and contrast different graphs using 1-variable statistics.

Tonight, please complete the R&P #46-52.

# Golf Data

Today in class we reviewed six different types of graphs people use to represent data.  They are:  Box Plots, Scatter Plots, Bar Graphs, Histograms, Dot Plots, and Pie Charts.

Tonight, please complete the R&P for 11.2.1

Golf Data

# Functions and Inverses:

Today in class we learned about the relationship between functions and their inverse.

Tonight, please complete the R&P for 11.1.2.