MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!!.......XD
Today we had a test is was hard not that hard but fun.This afternoon we are going to have a potluck it is going to be good.
This is what we did in class today :
Can someone tell me how can I know if its a cluster sampling, simple random sampling, and stratified random sampling.
During this whole math unit i've experienced trouble on calculating the data, because i don't know what operation to use to figure out the answers.
Hello there grade nines!
Positive Correlation : This scatterplot shows a trend (relationship) that rises to the right. Both variables are diagramed. Example : If you increase your height you increase your wieght.
CLUSTER SAMPLING METHOD
I need your help to, in turn, help all your classmates out.
Hello there everyone!
Hello guys. It's me Anne well here are the things that we did today...
the variables are connected because if you don't know what x is you wouldn't know what y is...
SOMETHING LIKE THAT =D
Three point: Approach definitions
e.g., scattered seeds on ground
e.g., distance in our bean bag activity
e.g., the number of shot in (in our bean bag activity)
Creating your own Scatterplot
1. Draw Axes. * Fill the page.
2. Label each axis.
Horizontal axis= __ independent variable.
Vertical axis= dependent variable.
3. Create an appropriate Scale for each axis.
*Note: Each square must go up the same amount.
4. Plot the data from the data table.
5. Give your graph a Title.
Re-visiting bean bag activity
Well I think that's about it. I had fun posting on the blog! If you have any questions don't be shy to ask me.
Remember: YOU CAN'T RUN AWAY FROM MATH, IT'S JUST THAT FUN.!.
today we finished our sampling presentations and when we were done that we worked on a newspaper article about teenagers binges and i dont know what else to say.
The weaknesses are:
This is the sample that was given to us:
i'm so sure that i'm doing this right.. :S
Example : The Student Council wants to stand an intramural sports programs. The first step is to determine which sports the 1000 students in grade 9-12 would like to have in the intramural. Each of the five memebers of the student council sets out to collect data.
can somebody post the table of contents http://s13.invisionfree.com/DMCIMath/index.php?showtopic=2 <--------- here
The strengths for stratified random is all grads are represented, sample size is good, all students have an equal chance of being selected. And it is not biases because entire student population is represented. The general characteristics is the conical sets out to collect data.
Can some one help me about statistics because I'm a little bit cofused and the cluster and sampling method is also cofusing. just leave a comment
Today in math, all we did was get our polynomial test, and reflection sheet back. We had to correct all the mistakes on our test, and on the reflection sheet, you just have to write down, if you were succesful on your goal. Then we left for the next class.. thats pretty much all we did.
today our class was arranged in groups and we read a certain article whether marijuana should be legal for who need it for medical use. my group agreed since they needed the marijuana as a remedy.