Collect the Data

Step 1 Cut a sheet of notebook paper in half.

Step 2 Stack the two halves, one on top of the other.

Step 3 Make a table like the one below and record

the number of sheets of paper you have in

the stack after one cut.

Step 4 Cut the two stacked sheets in half, placing the resulting pieces in a single

stack. Record the number of sheets of paper in the new stack after 2 cuts.

Step 5 Continue cutting the stack in half, each time putting the resulting piles in a

single stack and recording the number of sheets in the stack. Stop when the

resulting stack is too thick to cut. Continue reading Investigating Exponential Functions

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## Measures of Variability

In this lesson we learn the concept of variability and how to compute three measures of the variability of a data set.

Let’s start with two data sets:

Data set 1: 10,8,12,10,9,13,10,9,10

Data set 2: 16,7,10,3,12,6,10,17,4,15

The mean, median and mode of both data sets is the same: 10

The range is the difference between the largest and the smallest value in the data set.

For Data set 1 the range is 13-8=5 and for the second is 17-3=14

The range indicates the size of the smallest interval which contains all the data. Less variability means a smaller range.

Since the range is based solely on the two most extreme values within the data set, if one of these is either exceptionally high or low (outlier) it will result in a range that is not typical of the variability within that data set.

The sample variance for data set 1 is 2.1 and for the second data set is 22.4

The sample standard deviation is 1.5 for the first data set and 5 for the second data set

## Minecraft Math: Multiplication by 6

Second Grade Math

## Minecraft Math: Multiplication

Multiplication Table for 2, 3, 4 and 5

## Minecraft Math : Addition within 100

## Minecraft Math: Simple Addition

## SINUS

## Trigonometry Intro

## Decimal Multiplication

Suppose you want to multiply 25.3 by 0.46.

Pretend that you’re multiplying numbers without decimal points:

Now you need to find out where the decimal point goes.

To do this, notice that 25.3 has one digit after the decimal point, and that 0.46 has two digits after the decimal point.

Place the decimal point in the answer so that it has three digits after the decimal point.

## Adding fractions with unlike denominators

Suppose you want to add the fractions 3⁄7 and 4⁄5.

To get the numerator of the answer, cross-multiply. In other words, multiply the numerator of each fraction by the denominator of the other. Continue reading Adding fractions with unlike denominators