Estimating Population Percentages - It is all normal

Unit 8: Our City Statistics: Who We Are and Where We are Going
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT apply normal distributions to estimate population percentages using the mean and standard deviation of such distributions. SWBAT synthesize their ideas through recaps and other activities to show their understanding of the lesson objectives.

Big Idea: Students will apply their knowledge of measures of center and spread to estimate population percentages in different contexts!

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Math, Algebra, Statistics, Measurement and Methods, standard deviation, Common Core, master teacher project, population percentages, normal distribution, 9th grade
  90 minutes
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