Unit Assessment: One-Variable Statistics

Unit 6: Statistics: Single-Variable
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate the ability to describe one-variable data sets, apply the normal model, simulation to establish statistical significance, and develop a confidence interval using repeated sampling.

Big Idea: One-variable distributions can be used to infer unknown characteristics of populations.

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Statistics, Math, Statistical methods, histograms, box plots, outlier (Stats), percentiles, Statistical Inference, confidence intervals, Margin of Error, Algebra 2, box and whisker plots, standard deviation, normal distribution, Dot Plot, population percentages, statistical model, statistical significance
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