# Statistics math

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What are the Range and Standard Deviation?

FREE Mean, Median, Mode & Range posters

6.SP.4 6.SP.B.4 Box-and-Whisker Plot Explained

Bar graph with m&ms! Students sort candy, gather data in a tally chart and create bar graph. Then they answer, write and solve word problems. Thomas' Teachable Moments

Summarizing the Bell Curve - Useful for interpreting statistical reports and formal measurement results.

Practicing mean, median, mode, and range are so much fun when we you create popcorn pieces out of paper!

I've been looking for fun ways to collect quantitative data in my statistics class. Let's just say my students are tired of surveys of how many siblings they have or how many states they've visited.

Make a circle graph of your perfect day! Great get-to-know-you activity for the beginning of the school year. Practice fractions, circle graphs, and other math skills while getting to know each other with this and 12 other back to school math activities!

To make this experience as pleasant as possible for the math-phobic, I drew you a picture. I’d like to introduce the world’s first Mathographic. Ok, it’s probably not the world’s first, and it’s really just an infographic, but give a guy credit for trying to keep you entertained

You use hypothesis tests to challenge whether some claim about a population is true (for example, a claim that 40 percent of Americans own a cellphone). To test a statistical hypothesis, you take a sample, collect data, form a statistic, standardize it to form a test statistic (so it can be interpreted on a standard …