MPHS Statistics Students End Unit 1

Statistics students are working on their unit 1 project. We have learned how to use CODAP to analyze data. Right now, we are working with raw, messy data from Census at School, and are learning about data that was clearly not measured correctly while deciding how to deal with those outliers. We can also explain the effect of outliers on measures of spread of the data, like standard deviation. Students are making a variety of displays, calculating correlation coefficients and least squares regression lines, and interpreting those equations in terms of the variables of interest! Students are also navigating Excel, Google docs, CODAP and large data sets. Lots of learning is happening in the first month of school!

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Congratulations to our MPHS Students of the Week for May 9-13, Olivia Caskey and Terra Richardson!

Congratulations to our MPHS Students of the Week for May 9-13, Olivia Caskey and Terra Richardson! Mr. Kunz says, "They performed an outstanding senior recital on Sunday, May 1, at MPHS. They demonstrated their many talents in acting, singing, and instrumental music with a wide variety of dramatic acting and musical selections." Congratulations!

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