BATTING AVERAGES (Practice Worksheet with Percents)
Name(s):_
Learning outcome: Calculate proportions and rates to make meaningful comparisons e.g., Simpsons
Paradox, that are relevant to everyday life.
Introduction: In this lab you are to figure out whic
INTRO TO EXCEL Lab
Directions: Follow the directions below. Each student will get an individual lab grade. This
is not a group lab because everyone must know how to use Excel for this course. See the
bottom for grading rubric.
I. What you will see when yo
Legislative Apportionment Lab
Apportionment is the act of dividing items between different groups according to some plan, especially to make a
proportionate distribution. The problem of apportionment is one with which each sovereign nation must deal if it
INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTIONS
STUDENT HANDOUT
Introduction: This activity will consist of analyzing intercountry adoption data from a table and
a graph.
Use the US Adoptions from Other Countries table below to answer the following questions.
US Adoptions from Ot
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Practice Problems for Section 5.1 Introduction to Probability
1. If each outcome of an experiment is equally likely, the _ of an event is
a fraction of favorable outcomes.
chances
odds
probability
success
2. Probability may
UNIT 3 LAB: Is It Fair?
Student Name: _
Group Member Names: _
Learning Outcomes: Given real world probability data or odds relating to games of chance, insurance policies,
etc., calculate the expected value for a specified outcome. Use expected value to j