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The final Stats Medic Pop-up workshop for this school year! Thank you to the 200+ teachers that joined us for workshops this season. More to come next school year.
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Julia Anker 🌹 Jan 16
Sampling distributions for means! This took about 8 minutes. Plot your height. Then, make a group of 3 and plot your average. Then make a different group of 3 again, then one more time. What do you notice/wonder about the dotplots?
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Stats Medic Jan 15
Joining 800 of the closest friends to grade AP Statistics Exams for a week this summer!
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MrRetanInMathland Jan 17
Just wondering...when it's done cooking, will this be nearly normal?
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Brian Quigley Jan 16
A special thanks goes out to all current and former students who worked so hard and earned such great scores. Being a table leader is a big deal and all of you had a hand in making that happen.
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Lauri Springer Jan 16
Today was the Age of Pennies lab in . The small class size made getting a lot of samples hard, but I think we still got to the point of the Central Limit Theorem.
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Stats Medic Jan 16
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Stats Medic Jan 15
Waiting patiently to hopefully get our invites to the AP Exam Reading for this summer!
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Stats Medic Jan 12
New blog post! A strategy for helping students understand sampling distributions.
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Brian Quigley Jan 13
Tell your friends to sign up for . Best class EVER!
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McKay Miller Jan 12
Why did I immediately think “what’s the probability of this happening?”
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Kristen Holland Jan 13
I learned so much today at the AP Summit By The Sea at Matanzas HS! Wonderful collaboration with other AP teachers about instructional resources, high impact practice, and growing an effective AP program. 😊
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Julia Anker 🌹 Jan 17
Do you check the 10% condition for means or only when working with proportions?
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Allan Rossman Jan 13
This week's blog post was almost titled: "A persnickety post that preaches about a pervasive, persistent, and pernicious pet peeve concerning percentages."
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Stats Medic Jan 13
Lindsey doing some SAT work with AP Stats all-star teacher and author Josh Tabor.
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Craig Zamiara Jan 13
Does anyone have any good activities involving binomial distributions for AP Stats? I have one to introduce the unit (fake quiz with impossible questions) but looking for other ideas as I am always looking for new things to try. Thanks in advance.
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Brian Held Jan 13
Great thread for on the intuition behind 2 sample t test
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Brian Quigley Jan 14
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Fred Major Jan 14
Or as Adam would say, 10101sub2 days! Hi 101sub2 to that && Star!
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Rob Galasso Jan 15
I was today years old when I figured out why we use 1.5 as the multiplier for IQR when calculating outlier limits!!! ☮️❤️😀
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