# Assessing Statistical Significance DAY 1

Unit 6: Statistics: Single-Variable
Lesson 8 of 13

## Big Idea: We can use simulations to compare the results of an experiment to what might have happened by chance alone. Doing this allows us to assess the statistical significance of our results.

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Math, Statistics, simulation (Statistics), Algebra 2, statistical significance
90 minutes

### Colleen Werner

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