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View Resource Calculus and Mathematica

Presented by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, this page allows visitors access to courses designed with Mathematica to "achieve a better conceptual understanding of the material while still gaining a good knowledge of the methods of problem-solving." There are seven courses here: Calculus I, II, and III, Introduction to Lineal Algebra, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and...

View Resource Reading and Interpreting Tables and Graphs Involving Rates and Percentages

This survey, created by Milo Schield of Augsburg College, assesses statistical literacy. The survey focuses on the general use of informal statistics in everyday situations: reading and interpreting tables and graphs involving rates and percentages. The survey itself takes between thirty and forty minutes. The author does apologize for the length, but insists that it is due to how comprehensive...

View Resource English and Mathematics

This website provides a syllabus for a course that uses "writing to reinforce the learning and understanding of mathematical concepts, while also using mathematics and statistics as a topic for the essays." Students gain experience in both English and Math skills as well as developing critical thinking, written and oral communication, quantitative skills, and group interaction skills....

View Resource Statistics: Cast Your Vote!

Before entering the main portion of this interactive introduction to statistics, visitors will have to answer a few quick questions on polls. It's actually a bit fun, and it serves as a nice introduction to the site. Once visitors are in the main site, they will get the opportunity to learn about statistics through the lens of a mock election. The site contains areas such as "How Random is...

View Resource Statistics for Public Policy and Sociology Quizzes

This site provides links to tests and quizzes for the Statistics and Data Analysis for Public Policy and Sociology course at Duke University, 1992 through 1995. This is an older site, but the sets of tests and quizzes are still valuable. Each one could be translated into an exam for either a statistics or sociology course. There are thirty-eight total exams/quizzes. This is valuable tool for...

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