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### Unit 5 – Section A: Regression in Linear and Nonlinear Functions

Unit 5- Using Functions in Models and Decision Making- This unit focuses on analyzing data and finding mathematical functions (rules) to model real-world data and contexts with functions. Here students expand their set of tools for data analysis, building on their previous work with continuous and piecewise-defined functions. They also build on their work in Unit IV, “Using Recursion...

### Unit 4 – Section D: Recursion in Cyclical Models

Unit 4- Using Recursion in Models and Decision Making- This unit focuses on analyzing data and finding rules to model the data. By looking at recursive models for bivariate data and relationships, students expand their set of tools for data analysis. While teachers (and some students) might associate the term bivariate with statistical analysis, in reality this term can...

### Unit 4 – Section C: Resursion Using Rate of Change

Unit 4- Using Recursion in Models and Decision Making- This unit focuses on analyzing data and finding rules to model the data. By looking at recursive models for bivariate data and relationships, students expand their set of tools for data analysis. While teachers (and some students) might associate the term bivariate with statistical analysis, in reality this term can...

### Unit 4 – Section B: Recursion in Exponential Growth and Decay

Unit 4- Using Recursion in Models and Decision Making- This unit focuses on analyzing data and finding rules to model the data. By looking at recursive models for bivariate data and relationships, students expand their set of tools for data analysis. While teachers (and some students) might associate the term bivariate with statistical analysis, in reality this term can...

### Unit 4 – Section A: Relationships in Data

Unit 4- Using Recursion in Models and Decision Making- This unit focuses on analyzing data and finding rules to model the data. By looking at recursive models for bivariate data and relationships, students expand their set of tools for data analysis. While teachers (and some students) might associate the term bivariate with statistical analysis, in reality this term can...

### Unit 3 – Section C: Sources of Variability

Unit 3- Statistical Studies- This unit focuses on developing background statistical knowledge through the use of existing case studies and introducing students to the basic components of the design and implementation of statistical studies. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 3

### Unit 3 – Section B: Analyzing Data

Unit 3- Statistical Studies- This unit focuses on developing background statistical knowledge through the use of existing case studies and introducing students to the basic components of the design and implementation of statistical studies. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 3

### Unit 3 – Section A: Statistical Investigations

Unit 3- Statistical Studies- This unit focuses on developing background statistical knowledge through the use of existing case studies and introducing students to the basic components of the design and implementation of statistical studies. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 3

### Unit 2 – Section C: Expected Value

Unit 2- Probability (5 weeks)- This unit focuses on the analysis of information using probability to make decisions about everyday situations. After determining the probability of various events, students expand their knowledge toward making decisions about the risks and mathematical fairness of these events. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 2

### Unit 2 – Section B: Everyday Decisions Based on Probabilities

Unit 2- Probability (5 weeks)- This unit focuses on the analysis of information using probability to make decisions about everyday situations. After determining the probability of various events, students expand their knowledge toward making decisions about the risks and mathematical fairness of these events. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 2
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