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View Resource Two-way Tables

This PowerPoint presentation is an introduction to two-way tables and various related probabilites. The original presentation is available for download.

http://www.stat.psu.edu/old_resources/ClassNotes/ljs_11/
View Resource Expected Value and Coincidences

This PowerPoint presentation introduces expected values and coincidences of random numbers. The original presentation is available for download.

http://www.stat.psu.edu/old_resources/ClassNotes/rho_01/
View Resource The Regression Line and Correlation : Unit Overview

This Unit Plan includes 4 lessons covering Correlation and Regression. Students will use interactive computer-based tools to investigate the relationship between a set of data points and a curve used to fit the data points. Students will be ablt to investigate relationships between variables using linear, exponential, power, logarithmic, and other functions for curve fitting.

http://illuminations.nctm.org/index_o.aspx?id=135
View Resource Monty's Dilemma: Should You Stick or Switch?

This activity presents a version of a classic game-show scenario. You pick one of three doors in hopes of winning the prize. The host opens one of the two remaining doors which reveals no prize, then asks if you wish to "stick or switch." Which choice gives you the best chance to win? The approach in this activity runs from guesses to experiments to computer simulations (links to applets are...

http://illuminations.nctm.org/index_d.aspx?id=377
View Resource Cardiac Output, Rates of Change and Accumulation: Unit Overview

This Unit Plan contains 4 lessons that explore rates of change and accumulation in the context of the amount of blood being pumped by the heart. The measurement is done from a discrete perspective, but can be easily generalized to a continuous perspective that includes use of integral calculus.

http://illuminations.nctm.org/index_o.aspx?id=136
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