**Ti 84**

1. Box and Whiskers Plots.

2. Histograms.

3. Summarizing Data Numerically. (How to calculate mean, standard deviation, and five number summary)

**Google Sheets**

1. Histograms.

Math help is just a click away.

1. Box and Whiskers Plots.

2. Histograms.

3. Summarizing Data Numerically. (How to calculate mean, standard deviation, and five number summary)

1. Histograms.

1:Billboard Hot 100

2:IMDb Top 250

3: State Sales Tax

4: Gasoline Taxes

5: Diesel Taxes

6: Men's College Basketball Teams

7: National Assessment of Educational Progress

List of US states by date of admission to the Union found here.

Groups needing to generate random numbers (Data Sets 1-6), go to www.random.org/ to generate the numbers you need.

I used the site to find a random number between 1-25...it was 3. They have a nice description on why this is the best way to generate random numbers

Today you will need the computers for two reasons:

1. You will need to visit a website to complete today's activity. Click on the link below.

2. You will be completing the survey that is found on page 26 of your workbook.

You
will email me the answer to the following questions.

sean.mcgrath@austinisd.org

1.
What is an annuity?

2.
What is the difference between an ordinary annuity and an annuity due?

3.
What are some examples of an annuity due and an ordinary annuity that are not
investments?

(Hint: you are paying something off.)

4. Find
two annuities online that you would like to invest in and please include all
pertinent investment information:

a. investment company/group

b. ordinary or annuity due

c. compounding periods

d. interest

e. initial deposit needed, if so, how much

****please
cite all of your answers and include a link to the websites you have cited.****

Please answer the following questions. They will give you a deeper insight into why a box and whisker plot is important.

What does IQR stand for?

What is it used for?

How is it calculated?

Why is it preferred over the range?

How can you use it to find outliers in your data?

Use the IQR to find the outlier in the data found on page 31 of your textbook.

and now you know, and knowing is half the battle!

What does IQR stand for?

What is it used for?

How is it calculated?

Why is it preferred over the range?

How can you use it to find outliers in your data?

Use the IQR to find the outlier in the data found on page 31 of your textbook.

and now you know, and knowing is half the battle!

There is a lot of **vocabulary** associated with **statistical investigations** on this final, but there is also a lot of **calculations**.

After you finish reviewing the **10** activities found in **Unit 3**, try doing the following problems on your own. You will need a **TI calculator**.

Using
the following data to find or make the:

1.
Mean

2. Standard
Deviation

3.
Five number summary

4.
Box and Whisker plot

5. IQR

6. An
outlier

20,30,30,30,50,50,50,50,50,60,60,100

After you are finished, check your answers with a classmate!

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