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Unit 3: Statistics: Modeling With Exponential Functions
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Objective: SWBAT distinguish between linear and exponential models, and they will begin to understand statistics as a process for making inferences about population parameters based on a random sample from that population.

Big Idea: Whenever we collect data, we're making assumptions, and it's important to acknowledge those as parameters. What assumptions do we make today, and how do they affect the outcome?

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Math, exponential function, Number Sense and Operations, logarithms, geometric distribution, models / tables / graphs (mathematical relationships), Arithmetic
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