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1.2 Drawing Conclusions 2.3 Misuse & Abuse of Statistics. Statistical Problem-Solving Process. Statistical Problem-Solving Process 1) Ask a question of interest 2) Produce Data (observational study or experiment) 3) Analyze Data (graphs, averages, etc.) 4) Interpret Results

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statistical problem solving process
Statistical Problem-Solving Process
  • Statistical Problem-Solving Process
    • 1) Ask a question of interest
    • 2) Produce Data (observational study or experiment)
    • 3) Analyze Data (graphs, averages, etc.)
    • 4) Interpret Results
  • Read and Discuss Example 1.10 on pg. 20
  • Read and Discuss Example 1.11 on pg. 21
analyzing data
Analyzing Data
  • Compare graph in question 1.25 (pg 22) to graph on pg. 20 (same data), how do they differ?
  • Compare the Table on page 21 to the graph on page 23. Both represent the same data, but which is easier to draw conclusions from?
    • What conclusions can you draw?
    • What is an outlier?
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Popular: Obama: 53% McCain: 47%

Electoral: Obama: 68% McCain: 32%

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If the area of each state

matched it’s

electoral votes

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Popular: Obama: 53% McCain: 47%

Electoral: Obama: 68% McCain: 32%

overdoing 3d
Overdoing 3D
  • Watch CNN & BBC election videos
  • Application 2.3 on page 91
  • Page 86, making good graphs
homework
Homework
  • Pg. 25-26 Application 1.2 #1-5
  • Pg. 26-31 #1.31-32, 35, 38, 41-42
  • Cover Book
  • Vocabulary Quiz Tuesday