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Common Core: Math
Subject: Math
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 Student Outcomes Students solve for unknown angles in word problems and in diagrams involving complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.

 Student Outcomes Students solve for unknown angles in word problems and in diagrams involving complementary and supplementary angles.

 Student Outcomes Students use data from random samples to draw informal inferences about the difference in population means.

 Student Outcomes Students express the difference in sample means as a multiple of a measure of variability. Students understand that a difference in sample means provides evidence that the population...

 Student Outcome Students use data from a random sample to estimate a population proportion.

 Student Outcomes Students understand the term sampling variability in the context of estimating a population proportion. Students know that increasing the sample size decreases sampling variability.

 Student Outcomes Students use data from a random sample to estimate a population mean. Students know that increasing the sample size decreases the sampling variability of the sample mean.

 Student Outcomes Students use data from a random sample to estimate a population mean. Students understand the term “sampling variability” in the context of estimating a population mean.

 Student Outcomes Students select a random sample from a population. Given a description of a population, students design a plan for selecting a random sample from that population.

 Student Outcomes Students select a random sample from a population. Students begin to develop an understanding of sampling variability.

 Student Outcomes Students understand that how a sample is selected is important if the goal is to generalize from the sample to a larger population. Students understand that random selection from a...

 Student Outcomes Students differentiate between a population and a sample. Students differentiate between a population characteristic and a sample statistic. Students investigate statistical...

 Student Outcomes Students will use estimated probabilities to judge whether a given probability model is plausible. Students will use estimated probabilities to make informed decisions.

 Student Outcomes Students design their own simulations. Students learn to use two more devices in simulations: colored disks and a random number table.

 Student Outcomes Students learn simulation as a method for estimating probabilities that can be used for problems in which it is difficult to collect data by experimentation or by developing...

 Student Outcomes Students compare estimated probabilities to those predicted by a probability model.

 Student Outcomes Given theoretical probabilities based on a chance experiment, students describe what they expect to see when they observe many outcomes of the experiment. Students distinguish...

 Student Outcomes Students will calculate probabilities of compound events.

 Student Outcomes Given a description of a chance experiment that can be thought of as being performed in two or more stages, students use tree diagrams to organize and represent the outcomes in the...

 Student Outcomes Students calculate probabilities for chance experiments that do not have equally likely outcomes.

 Student Outcomes Students will calculate probabilities of events for chance experiments that have equally likely outcomes.

 Student Outcomes Students determine the possible outcomes for simple chance experiments. Given a description of a simple chance experiment, students determine the sample space for the experiment....

 Student Outcomes Students estimate probabilities by collecting data on an outcome of a chance experiment. Students use given data to estimate probabilities.

 Student Outcomes Students understand that a probability is a number between 0 and 1 that represents the likelihood that an event will occur. Students interpret a probability as the proportion of the...