Interrogating Data by Random Sampling
This lesson involves using random sampling to make predictions about a population.
One Year Makes a Difference
This lesson involves drawing informal comparative inferences about two populations.
This lesson involves investigating simulations used to observe long-run relative frequencies.
One and One Equals Win
This lesson involves using proportionality and a basic understanding of probability to make and test conjectures about the results of experiments and simulations.
Exploring Bivariate Data
This lesson involves investigating patterns of association in various sets of bivariate data.
Lines of Fit
This lesson involves informally fitting a straight line for a given data set that represents mean verbal and mathematics scores on SAT in 2004 across all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
Say It With a Survey
This lesson involves using given bivariate and multivariate categorical data to display bar charts and construct two-way tables.
This lesson involves modeling relationship between variables related to the operational cost of airplanes.
This lesson involves representing distributions of data using boxplots.