Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability
Students pose questions and collect, organize, and represent data to answer those questions.
Design and carry out investigations or experiments with two variables.
Select appropriate methods for collecting, recording, organizing, and representing data; and describe how a change in representation affects the likely interpretation of the information.
Pit & the Pendulum
Poe – Master of Suspense: pp. 315, 316, 317, 318-321, 322
Standard Pendulum: pp. 355-356, 357-359
Graphs & Equations: pp. 367-372
Measuring & Predicting: pp. 374-380
What is a Shadow?: pp. 404-406, 409-410
Geometry of Shadows: pp. 420-421
Triangles Galore: pp. 428-429
Lights & Shadows: pp. 447-448
Is There Really a Difference?
Data, Data, Data: pp. 110-111
Coins & Dice: pp. 122-124
Tool for Measuring Differences: pp. 154-156
Do Bees Build it Best?
Bees & Containers: pp. 198
Area, Geoboards, & Trigonometry: pp. 217-218
Picturing Cookies: pp. 312-313. 318
World of Quadratics: pp. 11-12
What’s a Pollster to Think?: pp. 371-372, 374-375
Normal Distributions Revisited: pp. 402-403
Matter of Confidence: pp. 425-427
Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards23
It’s About TimeFebruary 2003