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This article, created by P.J. Butt of City of London School, explains a coin tossing activity emphasizing the central limit theorem and binomial distributions. Graphs and charts help better illustrate these concepts....
This article, created by L.W. Gates of Gillingham Technical High School, describes complete instructions for two probability experiments targeting middle school aged students. The author states, "Probability theory is...
Averages are meant to convey the essential features of a set of data, or a random variable, in a simple and a concise way. Like any other summary, an average can be misleading, misused and abused; there is a fair amount...
Created by Milo Schield of Augsberg College, this article discusses teaching causality without being discipline specific. The author states, "To better satisfy the interests of our students and to be inclusive of our...
Created by Milo Schield of Augsberg College, this paper presents rules for determining whether an index variable in such a table is part or whole depending on whether the associated margin value is an average, a sum or...
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