Unit 12Data Analysis and Probability 

Data Collection and
Analysis Data Representation/Modeling Probability 


Lesson/Objective  Supplemental Lessons  Online Practice  Homework 
121
Organizing Data Using Matrices Objective: To organize data into a matrix. To add and subtract matrices and multiply a matrix by a scalar. Essential Understandings: 
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122
Frequency and Histograms Objective: To make and interpret frequency tables and histograms. Essential Understandings: 
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123
Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion Objective: To find mean, median, mode, and range Essential Understandings: 
public videos Finding mean, median, and mode(s) Finding range and using it to compare the spread of two sets of data

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124
BoxandWhisker Plots Objective: To make and interpret boxandwhisker plots. To find quartiles and percentages. Essential Understandings:Separating data into subsets is a useful way to summarize and compare data sets. 
public videos Analyzing a boxandwhisker plot

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125
Samples and Surveys Objective: To classify data and analyze samples and surveys Essential Understandings:When collecting data to solve a problem, you need to make sure that your methods are fair and that you accurately represent the results. 
public videos Using sampling to make estimates about populations Identifying appropriate samples of a population

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126
Permutations and Combinations Objective: To find permutations and combinations Essential Understandings:You can use counting methods to find the number of possible ways to choose objects with and without regard to order. 
Video Tutors Using combinations in probability Using permutations in probability

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127
Theoretical and Experimental Probability Objective: To find theoretical and experimental probabilities Essential Understandings:The probability of an event, or P(event) tells you how likely it is that the event is going to occur. You can find probabilities by reasoning mathematically or by using data collected by an experiment. 
public videos Finding experimental probability Finding theoretical probability

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128
Probability of Compound Events Objective: To find probabilities of mutually exclusive and overlapping events. To find probabilities of independent and dependent events. Essential Understandings:You can write the probability of a compound event as an expression involving probabilities of simpler events. This may make the compound probability easier to find. 
public videos Finding the probability of dependent events Finding the probability of independent events

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hw#126: Due pg 
UNIT TEST REVIEW  UNIT 12 EXTRA PRACTICE  hw#129
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UNIT 12 TEST: TBA 