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"Do plants from different climates show differences in chemical diversity as a result of herbivory defense?" Answer this question with your abiltiy to work with statistics.

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10/24/2022
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Use the lesson outline at this link or have students work with the raw data to determine why some plant species thrive in areas and others do not.

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10/24/2022
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Students lean about making their choice of graph to understand data and make predictions. This task has students determining the effect a dam has on a river.

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10/24/2022
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Answer this question using your knowledge of statistics. "How does the size of plant roots differ when grown in serpentine soil compared to non-serpentine soils?"

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10/24/2022
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Use this data to determine an answer to the question, "How have sea level and saltmarsh sparrow numbers changed over time?"

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10/24/2022
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Does the temperature affect plants flowering? Use this data to determine the answer to this question while looking for patterns and making predictions. Students can interact with the raw data from this experiement.

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10/24/2022
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Discuss independent and independent variables as you learn about relationships between coral, algae and urchins. Look for patterns and determine if there are any relationships between these different sea creatures by reading or creating your own graphical representations.

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10/24/2022
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Content Area: Mathematics, StatisticsLesson: Students will use Ipad Numbers to collect data and calculate Standard Deviation.Exemplar: https://www.icloud.com/numbers/0kE5GGbPDrKdqKP5Z8WfBh6qg#BlankAssessment: https://www.uen.org/rubric/previewRubric?id=37027

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Secondary Mathematics
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Aubrey
06/26/2021
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Lesson introduces normal distribution and how it relates to standard deviation. It includes opportunities for students to notice key features of normal distribution graphs, reviews the concept of standard distribution and the empirical rule, and provides an interactive activity where they can practice adjusting normal distribution curves based on a different standard deviation or mean.

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Melissa Hesterman
05/29/2022
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This 15-minute video lesson looks at the margin of error--finding the 95% confidence interval for the proportion of a population voting for a candidate .[Statistics playlist: Lesson 43 of 85]

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Salman Khan
02/20/2011
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This 10-minute video lesson continues the discussion of margin of error--finding the 95% confidence interval for the proportion of a population voting for a candidate. [Statistics playlist: Lesson 44 of 85]

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Salman Khan
02/20/2011
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This 14-minute video lesson shows how to figure out the probability of running out of water on a camping trip. [Statistics playlist: Lesson 39 of 85]

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Salman Khan
08/01/2011
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This 11-minute video lesson shows how to construct small sample size confidence intervals using t-distributions. [Statistics playlist: Lesson 46 of 85]

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