Philosophy on Homework - Section 3: Summarize + Homework

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Making Predictions - What do you do with the data from a random sampling activity?

Unit 10: Statistics
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to use data gathered from random samples to make predictions.

Big Idea: Why utilize random sampling? To make predictions, of course! This lesson takes the idea of random sampling and applies it to the real world.

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