CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.SP.A.1

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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.

Definition--Measure of Central Tendency

Definition of the term “Measure of Central Tendency.” Note: The download is a PNG file.

Definition--Population

Definition of the term “Population.” Note: The download is a PNG file.

Definition--Random Sample

Definition of the term "Random Sample." Note: The download is a PNG file.

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.

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. Note: The download is a PNG file.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Math in the News: Issue 100--Late Night TV Ratings

July 2014. In this issue of Math in the News we look at the mathematics of the Nielsen Ratings. This provides an excellent application of ratios, proportions, and percents. Note: The download is a PPT file.

Math in the News: Issue 113--Olympic Power

November 2016. In this issue of Math in the News, we look at the history of the Olympics. Note The download is a PPT.

Math in the News: Issue 46--The Unemployment Rate

February 2012. In this issue we look at unemployment statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Note: The download is a PPT file.

Math in the News: Issue 95--The Iditarod Race

March 2014. In this issue of Math in the News we look at the Iditarod Race in Alaska. This gives us an opportunity to analyze data on average speed. We look at data in tables and line graphs and analyze the winning speeds over the history of the race. Note: The download is a PPT file.