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Summer 2015
Decisions Based on Data, The Role of Simulations
Gail Burrill

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The standards in most states have an increased emphasis on statistics and probability beginning in the middle grades. Simulation is one approach that can enable students to build a solid foundation for more formal work they will encounter later allowing students to investigate probability questions, giving them a sense of how samples vary, and how we can make decisions based on data.

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