Statistics,
Data Analysis, and Probability

CAHSEE
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Compute
the range, mean, median, and mode of data sets. 6PS1.1 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers) 





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Mathematics
Concepts and Skills Course 2
4.8 Measures of Central Tendency p.203

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Mean,
Median and Mode "Rags to Riches Game" 
Prentice/Hall PreAlgebra
3.3 Mean, Median and Mode p.131

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Mean,
Median, Mode game from BBC.uk 
Mean and Median Train Race
from BBC.co.uk 
Handout
to Accompany Mean and Median Train Race 
Identify
claims based on statistical data and, in simple cases, evaluate
the validity of the claims. 6PS2.5 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers) 









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Mathematics
Concepts and Skills Course 2
7.4 Probability p.348 x1620

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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.7 Experimental Probability p.642

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Represent
all possible outcomes for compound events in an organized
way (e.g., tables, grids, tree diagrams) and express the
theoretical probability of each outcome. 6PS3.1 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers) 



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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.4 Counting Outcomes and Theoretical Probability p.626

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Practice Problems from BBC.uk 
WorksheetWorks.com  Counting
Principle Worksheet Generator 
Represent
probabilities as ratios, proportions, decimals between 0
and 1, and percentages between 0 and 100 and verify that
the probabilities computed are reasonable; know that if x
is the probability of an event, 1  x is the probability
of an event not occurring. 6PS3.3 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers)








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Mathematics
Concepts and Skills Course 2
7.4 Probability p.348 x110

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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.4
Counting Outcomes and Theoretical Probability

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WorksheetWorks.com  Theoretical
Probability Worksheet Generator 
Understand
the difference between independent and dependent events. 6PS3.5 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers) 

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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.5
Independent and Dependent Events p.631

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WorksheetWorks.com  Compound
Events Worksheet Generator (generates both dependent and
independent events) 
Know
various forms of display for data sets, including a stemandleaf
plot or boxandwhisker plot; use the forms to display a
single set of data or to compare two sets of data. 7PS1.1 
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Test Questions (CAHSEE Revolution Question Numbers) 




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Mathematics
Concepts and Skills Course 2
9.9 BoxandWhisker Plots p. 489

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Mathematics
Concepts and Skills Course 2
5.8 StemandLeaf Plots p.253

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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.2
BoxandWhisker Plots p. 613

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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
12.2A
StemandLeaf Plots p. 613

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Represent
two numerical variables on a scatterplot and informally describe
how the data points are distributed and any apparent relationship
that exists between the two variables (e.g., between time
spent on homework and grade level). 7PS1.2 
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Prentice/Hall
PreAlgebra
8.5
Scatter Plots p.409

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