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  • Data Analysis
    Box Plots & Histograms
    Students create and explore a box plot and histogram for a data set. They then compare the two data displays by viewing them together and use the comparison to draw conclusions about the data.
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  • Circles
    Exploring Circle Equations
    Students explore the equation of a circle. They will make the connection with the coordinates of the center of the circle and length of the radius to the corresponding parts of the equation. Then, students apply what they have learned to find the equation of the circles in several circular designs.
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  • Conics
    Exploring Hyperbolas
    Students will explore the hyperbola by investigating links between its standard equation form and its graph. They will also discover the center and the focal lengths of the hyperbola as well as see applications of the hyperbola in the real world.
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  • Analytic Geometry (Conics)
    Exploring Ellipses and Hyperbolas
    Students will explore two conic sections, ellipses and hyperbolas, both graphically and analytically.
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  • Applications of Integral, Antiderivatives and Definite Integrals
    Gateway Arc Length
    Students investigate the arc length of the Gateway Arch. They will use the Pythagorean Theorem to approximate and use Calculus to find the exact solution.
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  • Inferential Statistics
    Difference Between Two Proportions
    Students use confidence intervals to estimate the difference of two population proportions. First they find the intervals by calculating the critical value and the margin of error. Then, they use the 2-propZInterval command. Students find confidence intervals for differences in proportions in real-life situations and use them to make judgments about certain claims. Last, they determine required sample size, n, when given a confidence interval and margin of error.
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