Introduction to Statistics

Unit 6: Statistics: Single-Variable
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Objective: SWBAT understand that statistics is the science of learning from data. They can explain how understanding statistics will help them make sense of the world around them.

Big Idea: In our study of statistics, you will learn how to collect, interpret, and describe variability in data. Statistics is a language used frequently in the media and extensively in social and physical sciences.

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univariate data, Math, Statistics, bivariate data, frequency, Algebra 2, statistical significance
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