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Probability & Statistics Activities:     more books (46)
1. Chances Are: Hands-on Activities in Probability and Statistics, Grades 37 by Sheila Dolgowich, Helen M. Lounsbury, et all 1995-02-15
2. Statistics & probability (Math activity book) by Myrl Shireman, 1995
3. Math activities using LogoWriter: Probability and statistics by Gary Flewelling, 1994
4. activity-based statistics by Richard L. Scheaffer, Ann Watkins, et all 2004-06-03
5. Probability Activities for Problem Solving & Skills Reinforcement by Robert Lovell, 1993
6. Authentic Learning Activities in Middle School Mathematics: Data Analysis, Statistics, & Probability by Brendan Kelly, 2000-01-10
7. activity-based statistics by Richard L. Scheaffer, Ann Watkins, et all 2004-06-03
8. Probability, statistics, & graphing (Mailbox math series) by Ann Blackwood, 1999
9. The Practice of Statistics, Activities and Projects for High School Statistics Courses, Prep for the AP Exam Supplement & Minitab Version 14 by Dan Yates, 2004-04-22
10. The Practice of Statistics & Activities and Projects for High School Statistics Courses by Dan Yates, 2004-03-26
11. Statistics: Concepts and Controversies Laboratory and Activities Supplement by Dennis K. Pearl, Roger Woodard, 2006-01-13
12. Activities Workbook for Utts/Heckard's Mind on Statistics, 3rd by Jessica M. Utts, Robert F. Heckard, 2006-09-20
13. Activities Manual for Utts' Seeing Through Statistics, 3rd by UTTS, 2004-08-11
14. Activities and Projects for High School Statistics Courses by Ron Millard, John C. Turner, 2004-03-26

 81. Chance Chance This World Wide Web (WWW) site is a database that contains materials designed to help teach the Chance course or a more standard introductory probability or statistics course. The Chancehttp://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance/&y=0277B2C

82. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany And Puzzles, Probability
Interestingly, a recent book by Marilyn vos Savant dealing with people s perceptionof probability and statistics is titled The Power of Logical Thinking .
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##### Probability
In a world as crazy as this one, it ought to be easy to find something that happens solely by chance. It isn't. Kevin McKeen
The Orderly Pursuit of Pure Disorder.
Discover, January, 1981
American Heritage Dictionary defines the Probability Theory as the branch of Mathematics that studies the likelihood of occurrence of random events in order to predict the behavior of defined systems. Starting with this definition, it would (probably :-) be right to conclude that the Probability Theory, being a branch of Mathematics, is an exact, deductive science that studies uncertain quantities related to random events. This might seem to be a strange marriage of mathematical certainty and uncertainty of randomness. On a second thought, though, most people will agree that a newly conceived baby has a 50-50 chance (exact but, likely, inaccurate estimate) to be, for example, a girl or a boy, for that matter. Interestingly, a recent book by Marilyn vos Savant dealing with people's perception of probability and statistics is titled "The Power of Logical Thinking". My first problems will be drawn from this book.

for high school and college instructors of introductory probability and statisticsclasses Many of the activities below have TI83 code associated with them
http://silver.sdsmt.edu/~rwjohnso/Ggrant.htm
"When you are listening to corn pop, are you hearing the Central Limit Theorem?"
- William A. Massey, 1996
##### Nature of the Material
The materials below are intended for high school and college instructors of introductory probability and statistics classes. There is substantial material on how to incorporate Texas Instrument's TI-83 statistical graphing calculator in the various lessons which follow, but I hope that those instructors who don't intend to have their students use this calculator will still find some interesting ideas for use in their classroom. These materials were developed by with the support of South Dakota Governor's Grant awarded for the summer of 1998. Click here for information on the other Governor's Grant projects.
Many of the activities below have TI-83 code associated with them. When you click on a link (e.g. below) you will see a listing of this TI-83 code. Roger's TI-83/TI-83 Plus/TI-89 Code may also be dowloaded from your PC to your calculator provided you have a Web browser and a TI-Graph Link Cable with associated (free) software . Comments, suggestions, criticisms of this code are welcome at

 84. Education WorldÂ® - Teacher Resources : Lesson Plans : Mathematics : Probability Construct and Interpret Graphs statistics, resources from Explorer, Math Scienceeducational resources (instructional software, lab activities, lesson planshttp://db.education-world.com/perl/browse?cat_id=2237

85. About Probability And Statistics
In XIX century social statistics became an integral part of developed country activitiesand need of statistical method, based on probability calculus
http://statlab.fon.bg.ac.yu/eng/eng/newseng/overovatnocieng.htm
 About probability Since XVII century, when foudations of Theory of probability have been placed, until present days, it is subject of researching for many different scientists. It is so relevant in a modern society, because of its significant help in approaching and complete recognizing of different problems in science. Although importance of probability is not controversial, there are discussions all the time about its theoretical bases. Philosophers, mathematicians, statisticians and others are engaged in those discussions. Theory of probability is specialy significiant in statistics inference, which is established on its bases. We can tell that two main reasons have contributed to appearance of interest in probability and development of its mathematical bases. The first reason came from mathematical problems in games of chance. In XVIII century Swiss mathematician Bernuli set theoretical bases of probability as one mathematical discipline. Some time later that development advanced in Laplas' works, with his determine way of understanding the world. He said that probability is an integral part of natural science, as theory of mistakes, based on systematic enviroment studying and its variability in repeated measurings. In theory development Gauss' contribution is valuable through works in field of normal mistakes law.

 86. Www.ti.com/calc/docs/actcblstat.htm PDF Introductory probability and statistics Ihttp://www.ti.com/calc/docs/actcblstat.htm

87. Mathematics Statistics And Probability Algebra
Collect local data and compare probability. Complete all seven activitiesfrom class explanation. -Report and graph on local legal statistics.
http://www.wrsd.net/mathematicsstatisticsalgebra.htm
 Mathematics Curriculum Guide Statistics and Probability Algebra In the Area of: Outcome (The student will...) Instructional Strategies (The teacher may...) Learning Activities (The student may...) Assessment Extension (The student will...) Resources Determine probability of solutions to a given set of data. ESP Activities General Simulation Activity. Calculate personal data set based on results of experiment. Test will assess knowledge. Work in pairs following directions given. Algebra In the Area of: Outcome (The student will...) Instructional Strategies (The teacher may...) Learning Activities (The student may...) Assessment Extension (The student will...) Resources Use, generate graphs to predict data. Sample Practice: Explain sampling and pass out experiment. - Generate graph from data in order to predict future event. - Determine how sample size affects data. - Depict results of data on graphs. - Students collect data on the temperature each day. Graph it. Use graph to predict patterns. -Will generate their own survey questions and use it with several sample sizes. -Accuracy of predictions for the next month.

88. Sorting Activities For Polygons
One can design activities that use sets of polygons to reinforce ideas about probabilityand statistics, two areas that the NCTM s Curriculum and Evaluation
http://illuminations.nctm.org/lessonplans/6-8/polysort/
 Pre-K - 2 Across Lessons SWRs Tools i-Maths Inquiry Search Standards Contact Us Home Internet-Based Multi-Day Lesson Plan / 6 - 8 Sorting Activities for Polygons Overview: In this activity, students identify and classify polygons according to various attributes. Extensions to fundamental ideas about probability and statistics are also included. NCTM Publication-Based Lesson Plans are adapted from NCTM's journals. This lesson plan, by Carol G. Williams , appeared in the March-April 1998 edition of Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Mathematical Learning Objectives: Students will: precisely describe, classify, and understand relationships among types of two-dimensional objects using their defining properties understand and apply basic concepts of probability select, create, and use appropriate graphical representations of data NCTM Standards: This topic relates to: Grade Level: Grades 6 - 8 Time: 1 day Web Sites: Web sites used for the Internet Extensions are: Materials : card stock transparencies Reference: Williams, Carol G.

89. Dr. Connie Schrock
1997 Pittsburg State University Annual Secondary Math Conference, ÂProbabilityand statistics, activities to help them LearnÂ, 26 September 1996 KU summer
http://www.emporia.edu/math-cs/faculty/profiles/schrockc.htm
 Dr. Connie Schrock Associate Professor, Mathematics Emporia State University Emporia, KS 66801 Office: SH141E Office Phone: 620-341-5631 Email: schrockc@emporia.edu Biography Associate Professor September 1994 - Present Assistant Professor August 1988 - May 1994 Division of Mathematics and Computer Science Emporia State University High School Geometry Teacher Fall 1993 Emporia High School NSF Grant Mathematics Instructor August 1977 - May 1984 District Microcomputer Coordinator August 1982 - May 1984 Chase County High School, USD 284 Education B.S.E. in Mathematics Education, Emporia State University, 1977 M.A. in Mathematics, Emporia State University, 1981 M.S. in Mathematics, Kansas State University, 1987 Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, Kansas State University, 1989 Memberships National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics, President 1996-1997

90. 9 -12 Data Analysis And Probability
AUTHOR Michael Cornell. DESCRIPTION A cooperative statistics/probabilityclassroom project for grades 912. TITLE Chi-Square. AUTHOR Amar Patel.
http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/stat/
 Here is a list of resources in Data Analysis and Probability including lessons and useful data sets. The links are organized to follow the NCTM Standards. Data Analysis and Probability goals can be found on page 48 of the NCTM Principles and Standards for School Mathematics. The Data Analysis and Pobability goals can also be found on the NCTM website Data Analysis and Probability Expectation: Instructional Programs from prekindergarten through grade 12 should enable all students to formulate questions that can be addressed with data and collect, organize, and displya relevant data to answer them. TITLE: Buffon's Needle AUTHOR: George Reese DESCRIPTION: A simulation of this problem by George Reese that finds an esitmate of pi through a random process TITLE: Exponential Fit AUTHOR: Ed Malczewsk DESCRIPTION: A lesson by that explores the process for finding the best fitting exponential curve to sets of data TITLE: The World Series Problem AUTHOR: Jay Hill DESCRIPTION: A project that aids students in an exploration of expected value Best place to find data for any lesson!

91. MATH 217 Probability And Statistics
Valid excuses for absence are documented medical reasons or approved universityactivities. MATH 217 probability and statistics.
http://www.ma.iup.edu/~mzhaque/syllabus_217.htm
 MATH 217 Probability and Statistics Instructor M. Zia Haque Office 217 Stright Hall Phone Email zia49@hotmail.com (School Email TBA) Office Hours MW 10:30 to 12:00 , TH 11:15 to 12:15 Class Hours MWF 1:00 to 2:00 , Stright 329 Text David S. Moore, The Basic Practice of Statistics , Third Edition Catalog Description and Course Outline : Please see attached Departmental Syllabus Course Policies Evaluation: Evaluation is based on assignments, exams and a cumulative final exam. From each assignment, I will choose a few problems to grade carefully. The relative weights are as follows: 4 exams (15% each) (1-hour exam from the materials covered) Assignments Final Exam (2-hour cumulative final) The grading scale: 90%-A; 80%-B; 70%-C; 60%-D; below 60%-F. Your course grade will be based on your point total. This distribution is subject to change. Exam Schedule Exam 1: Feb 4, 2004 Exam 2: March 3, 2004 Exam 3: April 2, 2004 Exam 4: April 23, 2004 Final Exam Schedule : The final will be on Monday, May 3, 2004 at P.M. in the class room (Stright 329) No Late Assignments will be accepted unless prior arrangements have been made.

92. Specialized Subject ``Probability And Statistics``
The Institute of Mathematical Stochastics aims to offer further courses andactivities in the fields of probability and statistics. Please inquire.
http://www.cs.tu-bs.de/ips/spiess/Handbuch/node127.html
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##### Specialized Subject ``Probability and Statistics``
Apart from general mathematical knowledge, the intensive study of Probability and Statistics requires basic knowledge of Measure Theory. Succeeding the lecture Introduction to Probability and Statistics which can be subject in the intermediate exam in Applied Mathematics , further aspects of Probability and Statistics are taught in 4+2 lesson lectures. Normally this includes a lecture on Probability Theory and one on Stochastic Processes or the Mathematical Theory of Statistics . In addition to one of these lectures, successful participation in the training lecture is required. Both lectures (together) can be subject of the exam in Applied Mathematics for the Diploma For further specialization or as a preparation for the diplom-thesis in the field of Probability and Statistics a seminar and one or two more special lectures are recommended. The content of these is determined individually, e.g. Asymptotic Statistics, Markovian Processes, Statistics of Higher Dimensional Data, Stochastic Modelling

 93. Grades 9-12 Data Analysis And Probabilty Grades 912 data analysis and probabilty This Internet site provides high school mathematics teachers with a list of statistics resources and links to these resources which include lessons, datahttp://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/stat/stat.html&y=0

94. Computer Animated Statistics
An advertisement for Computer Animated statistics. Cookies! Probabilityby Surprise - A collection of applets by Susan Holmes.......Course
http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~anistat/
 Math 18 Instructor: A.M. Garsia TA David Little Spring 2000 Lecture MWF 1:25-2:15pm Discussion Tu 1:25-2:15pm LOCATION: CENTR 203 SECTION ID: 373287 Course Description - An advertisement for Computer Animated Statistics. Cookies! - A probabilistic study of picking fortunes from a limited supply of fortune cookies. Cereal! - A probabilistic study of picking prizes from an unlimited supply of cereal boxes. Roulette! - A probabilistic study of Breaking the Bank Let's Make a Deal - An interactive solution to the Monty Hall Paradox. Probability by Surprise - A collection of applets by Susan Holmes.

95. The Math Forum - Math Library - Prob/Stat
The Math Forum's Internet Math Library is a comprehensive catalog of Web sites and Web pages relating to the study of mathematics. This page contains
http://mathforum.org/library/topics/probstat/
 Browse and Search the Library Home Math Topics : Prob/Stat Library Home Search Full Table of Contents Suggest a Link ... Library Help Subcategories (see also All Sites in this category Selected Sites (see also All Sites in this category Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics - Kyle Siegrist; Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville Interactive, Web-based modules for students and teachers of probability and statistics. Experiments are written in Java. Contents include: special models (Buffon's experiments, card experiments, Bernoulli trials, the ball and urn experiment, the matching experiment, ball and cell experiments, the Poisson process, and red and black), basic probability (probability spaces, combinatorics, distributions, expected value), basic statistics (descriptive statistics, special distributions, the sample mean, interval estimation, sample correlation and regression, goodness of fit, and non-parametric methods), and appendices. more>> All Sites - 57 items found, showing 1 to 50

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