Cameron Beulah
Block 1
5/29/15
GEOMETRY IN
SPORTS
Right Triangle
This is a picture of a bike that people use to race.
The bike frame forms a right triangle as you can
see. Since bike racing is a sport
Should
Doping in
Sports be Legal?
By: Cameron Beulah
10/27/15
English A3
Cameron Beulah
10/6/15
Block A3
Have you ever heard of superstar athletes doping to make them stronger/faster? Doping
isnt good
Cameron Beulah
1/26/16
Block A3
Waiting For Teddy Williams
The book Waiting For Teddy Williams by Howard Frank Mosher is a very interesting
story about a small town boy and a big dream. A boy named Et
My Ad
Portfolio
By: Cameron Beulah
Block B1
1/5/2017
Cameron Beulah
1/2/2017
Block B1
Holiday Ads
Dicks Sporting Goods
This ad for Dicks is effective because it is appealing to the eye, and was in the
Intro: Performance Enhancing Drugs should not be allowed to
be used in any professional sports. Most people would agree
that it is considered unfair and unreliable. A performance
enhancing drug is any
Cameron Beulah
6/5/17
B3
Eulogy for Gatsby
I would like to start by saying how good of a person Mr. Gatsby was. Although he was a
very mysterious man, but he was also a kind-hearted gentleman. He real
A Design Process
The Design Process
What Is Design?
What Is a Design Process?
Design Process Examples
Design Process Used in IED
What Is Design?
The word
design is often
used as a
generic term
that re
Writing a Design Brief
Writing a Design Brief
People are constantly surrounded by
objects that compete for their attention.
What were the designers thinking when
they created these objects? What
purpo
Activity 1.3 Concept Sketching Rubric
Elements
Weight
5 Points
Proportions of the
sketch closely
resemble the size
and shape of the
sketched object but
the sketch looks
slightly distorted.
The sketch
Activity 1.5 The Deep Dive
Introduction
How do professional design companies work through a design process? The video
you are about to see chronicles the efforts of a world-renowned design firm, as th
Section 2.2
More Graphs and Displays
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Section 2.2 Objectives
Graph quantitative data using stem-and-leaf plots and
dot plots
Graph qualitative data using pie charts and Pareto
Section 1.2
Data Classification
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Section 1.2 Objectives
Distinguish between qualitative data and quantitative
data
Classify data with respect to the four levels of
measurement
Section 1.3
Day 1
Experimental Design
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Section 1.3 Objectives
Discuss how to design a statistical study
Discuss data collection techniques
Discuss how to design an experiment
Di
Section 2.1
Frequency Distributions
and Their Graphs
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Section 2.1 Objectives
Day 3
Construct frequency histograms, frequency polygons,
relative frequency histograms, and ogives
Chapter 1
Introduction to Statistics
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Chapter Outline
1.1 An Overview of Statistics
1.2 Data Classification
1.3 Experimental Design
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
2
Section 1.1
An Ove
Probability and Statistics Syllabus
2016-17
Instructor:
Mr. Matthew Jackson
Room Number: 518
E-Mail:
[email protected]
Phone:
771-8810 ext. 5795
Class Time:
Office Hours:
Bells 3 & 7
Bell 4 & Bel
Section 2.3 Objectives
Day 2
Determine the weighted mean of a data set and the
mean of a frequency distribution
Describe the shape of a distribution as symmetric,
uniform, or skewed and compare the
Chapter 2
Descriptive Statistics
Larson/Farber 4th ed.
1
Chapter Outline
2.1 Frequency Distributions and Their Graphs
2.2 More Graphs and Displays
2.3 Measures of Central Tendency
2.4 Measures of