Park City Mathematics Institute
HSTP Summer 2002 Working Group
Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
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Introduction

Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

Geometrical Concepts from Constructions, Models, and Investigations

Japanese Lesson Study

Math Coordinators

Number Theory and Algebra

Physics in the Mathematics Curriculum

This group will develop 1-3 lessons that use the statistical software FATHOM as a tool for understanding the mathematics and the application of that mathematics in contexts that require data analysis, probability and statistical concepts. The goal is to write lessons and problems of outstanding caliber, having deep mathematical content but accessible at both the high school and middle school levels. The group will explore the use of the Math Forum's Problem of the Week environment, PCMI Problem, as a way to involve students with the concepts relevant.

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Biased Rectangles (requires password)

PCMI Problem
PCMI Problem Office Directions (requires password)

PC Hints:
    Using Paint to Upload Graphics (PC)
    Submitting a Screen Capture from a TI Calculation (PC)
Mac Hints:
    Use Clip2Gif to Upload Graphics (Mac)
    Directions for Graphlink (Mac)

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Exploring Personal Data (requires password) - by Summer 2001 participants

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