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Challenge students to use and think about how technology can be used to model, analyze and explain math with standards-aligned activities in eight Statistics topics.

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Center and Spread

This lesson involves moving points on dotplots. Students will change the shape of the distribution and notice the effect on the mean and median and on the standard deviation and IQR.

Sampling Distributions

This lesson involves examining samples from a normal population and observing the distribution of the means of those samples. As a result, students will understand that the sample mean varies from sample to sample, having its own distribution.

Square it Up!

n this activity, students will draw a scatter plot and a movable line. They will investigate the method of least squares by adding the squares to the scatter plot and moving the line to find the minimum sum.