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Sampling and Predictions Review - Are you biased?

Unit 10: Statistics
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to determine if a sample is unbiased and, if it is, they will be able to make predictions based on the data gathered from the sample.

Big Idea: Are you calling me biased? Students will work through scenarios to determine the type of sampling used and make predictions when possible.

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