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Math: Statistics

These sites focus on basic statistics analysis including descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. There are information on data collection, data analysis, and data interpretation. Includes simulations, exercises, and lesson plans. There are links to eThemes resource on Statistics for Graphing and Probability.


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Find out what statistics is from daily life examples.
This page provides comprehensive topics related to statistics. Includes lesson plans by grade level, exercises, and answers.
Learn about the mathematics behind the polls and the news you hear everyday.
This site includes both online and hand-on activities for students to learn about descriptive statistics. Covers topics on mode, median mean, central tendency, variation, range, variance, and standard deviation.
Learn about descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and graphical analysis through statistical formulas, examples and simulations. Each unit includes activities and data set for practicing. Note: There are some broken links in activity page.
This site explains about basic statistics, such as mean, median, standard deviation, t-test, normal distribution, and confidence interval, for general audience with no statistics background. Also check frequently asked questions section to learn about sample sizes and choosing correct statistical test. Note: This site includes ads.
Score down to read about confidence interval, confidence level, and factors that affect the size of confidence interval. Includes a calculator that helps to figure out sample size.
Students enter data and view the mean, median, variance and standard deviation of the data set. Click a link, "Mean and Median Activity" to explore different measurement concepts interactively.
This interactive lesson helps students learn about a concept of normal distribution through an interactive normal distribution graph in activity section. Students can manipulate data set to see changes in the graph.
Learn about a skew distribution and explore what some different skew distributions can look like through an interactive graph.
Learn about different statistical data types through an interactive tutorial. Includes self-check at the end of each unit. NOTE: This site includes ads.
In this lesson plan, students will use appropriate statistics to analyze and graph data from antibiotic sensitivity experiment.
Students will learn how to analyze data and create graphs using Microsoft Excel.
In this lesson plan, students will develop a survey to collect information and analyze data. Students will apply knowledge about sampling methods and different measures of central tendencies in the unit.
Students will collect data and do statistical analysis of classroom area per students in different grade levels at their school.
In this lesson plan, students will learn statistics by using data about baseball.
These sites have statistics and information that students can use to create graphs. The sites include sports statistics, lengths of rivers, temperatures, and more. There are links to eThemes Resources on different types of graphs.
Theses sites explore the concepts of probability and chance. Includes interactive sites figuring the probability of coin flips, dice rolls, etc. There are several suggested classroom activities that use manipulatives to explore probability. There are also animated movies that explain probability.
These sites focus on the normal distribution. There is information on the history, characteristics, rules, and examples of normal distribution. Learn how to find the area under the normal curve and calculate a z-score. Includes interactive graphs and simulations, lesson plans, and exercises. There are links to eThemes resource on statistics and statistics for graphing.

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