CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

7.SP.B.3

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Finding the Mean of a Data Set I

In this video tutorial students learn how to calculate the mean when all of the data items are positive numbers. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Finding the Mean of a Data Set II

In this video tutorial students learn how to calculate the mean when some of the data items are negative numbers. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Finding the Median of a Data Set

In this video tutorial students learn how to find the median of a data set. The mean is also calculated so that students can learn similarities and differences between these two measures of central tendency. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Finding the Mode of a Data Set

In this video tutorial students learn how to calculate the mode of a data set, as well as how the mode differs from the mean and median.Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Mean of a Probability Distribution

In this video tutorial students learn about the mean of a probability distribution. Includes a brief discussion of expected value, plus a brief tie-in to weighted means. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Sample Mean

In this video tutorial students learn about sample mean from a random sampling of data. All examples involve normally distributed data with a known population mean and standard deviation. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: The Mean and Normally Distributed Data

In this video tutorial students learn about normally distributed data and how to identify the population mean from the normal distribution. Standard deviation is briefly introduced. Includes three real-world examples. 

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Closed Captioned Video: Measures of Central Tendency: Weighted Mean

In this video tutorial students extend their understanding of mean by looking at examples of weighted means (sometimes referred to as weighted averages). Includes three real-world examples. 

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Definition--Measure of Central Tendency

Definition of the term "Measure of Central Tendency."

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Definition--Population

Definition of the term "Population."

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Definition--Random Sample

Definition of the term "Random Sample."

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--01

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows ice cream preferences using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--02

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows ice cream preferences using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

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To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--03

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows ice cream preferences using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

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To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--04

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows ice cream preferences using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

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To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--05

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows handedness (left, right, or ambidextrous) using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

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To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--06

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows handedness (left, right, or ambidextrous) using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--07

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows handedness (left, right, or ambidextrous) using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--08

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows handedness (left, right, or ambidextrous) using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--09

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows the results of flipping two coins using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--10

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows the results of flipping two coins using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--11

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows the results of flipping two coins using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art: Inferences and Sample Size--12

In this collection of clip art images, show students how the sample size influences the data set and its distribution. This series of images shows the results of flipping two coins using sample sizes of 6, 15, 30, and 90.

Note: The download is a PNG file.

Related Resources

To see the complete collection of Math Clip Art on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2XYmJ4J

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Math Clip Art—Comparative Statistics—01

In this collection of clip art images, show students how to compare statistics for two different populations. In each case ten data items from two different populations are analyzed. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Math Clip Art—Comparative Statistics—02

In this collection of clip art images, show students how to compare statistics for two different populations. In each case ten data items from two different populations are analyzed. Note: The download is a PNG file.