1.1: The Iterative Process
1.2: Data Management Software
1.3: Databases
1.4: Simulations
1.5: Graph Theory
1.6: Modelling With Matrices
1.7: Problem Solving With Matrices
2.1: Data Analysis With Graphs
2.2: Indices
2.3: Sampling Techniques
2.4: Bias in Surveys
2.5: Measures of Central Tendency
2.6: Measures of Spread
3.1: Scatter Plots and linear Correlation
3.2: Linear Regression
3.3: Non‐Linear Regression
3.4: Cause and Effect
3.5: Critical Analysis
4.1: Organized Counting
4.2: Factorials and Permutations
4.3: Permutations With Some Identical Elements
4.4: Pascal's Triangle
4.5: Applying Pascal's Method
5.1: Organized Counting with Venn Diagrams
5.2: Combinations
5.3: Problem Solving With Combinations
5.4: The Binomial Theorem
6.1: Basic Probability Concepts
6.2: Odds
6.3: Probabilities Using Counting Techniques
6.4: Dependent and Independent Events
6.5: Mutually Exclusive Events
6.6: Applying Matrices to Probability Problems
7.1: Probability Distributions
7.2: Binomial Distributions
7.3: Geometric Distributions
7.4: Hypergeometric Distributions
8.1: Continuous Probability Distributions
8.2: Properties of the Normal Distribution
8.3: Normal Sampling and Modelling
Technology Extension: Normal Probability Plots 8.4 Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution
8.5: Repeated Sampling and Hypothesis Testing
8.6: Confidence Intervals
9.1: Defining the Problem
9.2: Defining Your Task
9.3: Developing and Implementing an Action Plan
9.4: Evaluating Your Own Project
9.5: Reporting, Presenting, and Critiquing Projects
We are group of math nerds mainly focused on Ontario Curriculum.
1.1: Visual Displays of Data
1.2: Conclusions and Issues
1.3: The Power of Visualizing Data –Trends
1.4: Trends Using Technology (TI-83, spreadsheet)
1.5: The Power of Data – The Media
2.2: Characteristics of Data
2.3: Collecting Samples
2.6: Secondary Sources (COMPUTER LAB)
2.7: Preparing Data (COMPUTER LAB)
2.4: Creating Questions
2.5: Avoiding Bias
3.1: Graphical displays of Information(Excel 2nd day)
3.2: Measures of Central Tendency
3.3: Measures of Spread
3.4: Normal Distribution
3.5: Converting Data to the Normal Distribution
3.6: Mathematical Indices
4.1: Experimental Probability
4.2: Theoretical Probability
4.3: Finding Probability Using Sets
4.4 Conditional Probability
4.5 Tree Diagrams and Outcome Tables
4.6 Permutations
4.7 Combinations
5.1 Probability Distributions and Expected Value(TI-83)
5.2 Pascal’s Triangle and the Binomial Theorem
5.3 Binomial/Hypergeometric Distributions
5.4 Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution
5.5 Simulations
6.1: Using Diagrams to Represent & Analyze Processes
6.2: Using Diagrams to Represent & Analyze Relationships
6.3: Matrices
6.4 Matrix Multiplication
6.5: Solving Problems with Graphs
Mathematical Processes