Your Unit 3 Test will be on Monday, December 3rd (and the group redo on the 4th). You got the full Unit 3 Review packet in class today. Look it over, work on the practice problems it includes, and consider looking at some more of the problems from the review section. Post questions you may have here!
Work together on your project proposal. You’ll have about 10 minutes of class time tomorrow to finalize and submit it for my review. The rest of our time tomorrow will be spent reviewing Unit 3 for your test on Monday. The textbook review assignment again is on pages 331-336, exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41
Due to today’s 2-hour delay, we will have the in-class Chapter 12 Investigative Task tomorrow, Thursday. It will still be closed-notes/closed-book. The schedule in the mid-year project folder has been updated.
Today you finalized your idea and started work on your project proposal. This proposal is due on Friday at the start of class, so you will need to collaborate on this outside of class.
On Friday we will review for our Unit 3 test, to be held on Monday, December 3rd. By then, you should complete the textbook review assignment: pages 331-336, exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41
If you want to look again at my response to the Chubby Dogs experiment, you can find it here. Remember that we will have an in-class investigative task tomorrow, where I will ask you to design an experiment for another situation. This will be a closed-notes, closed-book task.
We started our discussion of the mid-year projects today. All of the details for the projects can be found here.
You’ll have some time on Thursday to finalize your idea and start work on your proposal, but you will likely need to spend some time out of class to finish it, as the proposal is due at the start of class on Friday the 30th.
On the 30th, we’ll spend some time reviewing Unit 3 for our test on Monday, December 3rd. By Friday, please complete the review assignment found on pages 331-336: exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41
Finish up Chapter 12 by reading pages 319-325 and doing exercises 32, 33, 39 from pages 327-329. Also please finish the Chubby Dogs Experiment example we started in class.
Upcoming Items of Note
- Tomorrow, we’ll introduce the mid-year project. You’ll be forming project groups and brainstorming ideas initially, and will finalize your idea and submit a project proposal by Friday. If you want to preview the details of the project, you can find information here.
- Wednesday, we’ll have an in-class Investigative Task for Chapter 12. This will be a closed-notes, closed-book task!
- Next Monday will be our test on Unit 3. After you submit your project proposals, we’ll spend the rest of Friday reviewing. I would suggest you get started on the review assignment (will not be checked for homework, so don’t stress!): pages 331-336, exercises 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 29, 32, 40, 41
Your Unit 2 Test is tomorrow. Here are some ideas on how to prepare:
- Review the Study Guide we made in class. I’ve made a video showing the solutions to the six questions here.
- Complete Test Review 2 (answers here)
- Note: I’ll be collecting both review 1 and 2 in class tomorrow for homework checks!
- Read over your notes and make a list of steps for each process we’ve discussed
- Rewatch some of the videos I’ve posted
- Work on some IXL practice modules, linked below.
Your Unit 2 test will be on Wednesday, November 14. We played a game of survivor to review much of the unit so far, and your homework tonight is the first of two test review sheets.
Your Unit 2 test is tomorrow, so spend some time reviewing/studying for it. Consult the Unit 2 Review Materials for answers to yesterday’s textbook assignment and a handful of additional practice problems. Feel free to work on more problems out of the review section of the text. I can share my answers.
One more reminder: your Unit 2 test will be on Wednesday, October 31. It will be cumulative for the entire unit, including chapters 6 and 7 that have already been tested, along with the content from chapter 8 (outliers, primarily) and chapter 9 (re-expression)
We’ll have another review packet in class tomorrow. For tonight, please work on the textbook review assignment: Read the summary information on pages 255, then from pages 257-261, do 10, 11, 16, 19, 20, 22, 23, 30.
Your test on chapters 6 and 7 is tomorrow. Tonight, review those two chapters, do some additional exercises from your text, and work on the Linear Regression Review (the solutions to the review sheets are contained in this file, so review both of them!)
We will have a test on Chapters 6 and 7 (association and linear models) on Wednesday, October 17. On Monday and Tuesday, we will review.
So today, your homework is Linear Regression Review 1 (this file contains tomorrow’s review as well, so please hold off on starting that until tomorrow!)
Study for your test tomorrow! In class you got a copy of the Unit 1 Review Packet. That will be a good review source for you. Beyond that, I recommend doing some additional practice problems from the textbook if you’d like; you can come and check your answers in class with me.
I apologize for the late posting. We will spend time in class tomorrow reviewing for our first Unit Test on Friday. The review assignment again is from pages 139-146, exercises 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, 19, 21, 31, 32f, 33. Also, read over the review of the unit on page 138. There are some good summaries there!
Finish reading Chapter 5 (pages 121-130), then do exercises 29, 32, 40, 44, 45 from pages 133-136
Reminder: our first Unit Test will be on Friday. I advise you get started on the text review assignment sooner rather than later: from pages 134-146, exercises 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, 19, 21, 31, 32f, 33
Your homework for tonight is to read pages 114-121 (up to “z in reverse”), then do exercises 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 26 from pages 132-133.
Since Chapter 5 is the last of the first unit, we will be having our first unit test on Friday, September 28. We’ll spend some time Thursday reviewing, but you may want to start the review assignment early: from pages 134-146, exercises 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, 19, 21, 31, 32f, 33