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# Normal Distribution

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Instructions: * Print on an A4 page. * Cut along the centre line to make two A5 pages. * Fold down the centre of the diagram page. * Cut the verticals. * Fold the remaining horizontals. * Use the blank half as a cover and write notes on it.

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"How much sleep do high school students need?"- activity for Statistics using normal distributions and z-scores

Several months ago, my statistics students were struggling A LOT with normal distribution. Our textbook just didn't have enough practice problems. And, they clearly needed more practice before moving on to the next section! A quick google search led me to my friend's blog. In retrospect, I should have just gone there first. When it comes to teaching stats, @druinok is the best! I quickly downloaded her Normal Distribution Cards and printed then on colored paper. The cards are printed so one…

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normal distribution in stats

This is a QR code scavenger hunt activity that requires students to solve for the area under a normal standard distribution curve given the z-score. Directions: Print out the pages and hang around the classroom in a random order, creating 15 stations. (If you hang them in the order they are orig...

This activity requires students to flip a coin 100 times, exchange data with other students, and create a frequency table based on the results. Students should be able to recognize the structure of a normal distribution curve and explain how the associated statistics ÃƒÂ¢Ã¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â¿Â½ mean, median, ...