**Anne
Arundel Community College****Fundamental
Concepts of Math III, MAT 233**
**Course Description** (from the College):
Primarily for
students in the elementary education program.
Topics include data collection, sampling, interpreting data,
displaying data, correlation and regression, distributions, confidence
intervals, probability, and the use of technology.
Principles and standards of
national mathematics organizations are applied to probability and
statistics.
Prerequisite: MAT 221 or MAT
222 or equivalent.
Note:
Credit is not given for both MAT 223 and MAT 135.
Lecture: 4 hours
Syllabus -- in Word format
**Important Dates**
Exam I/Data -- Monday, February 27th
/review/flash
cards
Exam II/Data-- Monday, April 3th
key/review/flash
cards
Final Exam/Data -- Monday, May 10th 12:30-2:30
key/
review/formulas/flash
cards
*see the syllabus for a more detailed
calendar*
**Email List**
via Canvas
**
Announcements**:
Math Office: Mathematics 231J
My AACC voicemail: (410) 777-1264
My AACC email: bjmccall@aacc.edu
Office Hours: M 2-5, TR 4-5:30
**Notes & Video Links**
Against All Odds:
Inside Statistics
Statistical Reasoning
Probability and Statistics
Statistics 2
Statistical Reasoning II
**Discussion Questions**:
**Quizzes**
Quiz #1 --
key
Quiz #2 --
key
Quiz #3 --
key
Quiz #4 -- key
Quiz #5 -- key Quiz #6 -- key Quiz #7 -- key Quiz #8 -- key
**Written Homeworks**
Homework
#1
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Homework #5
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Homework #9
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#10
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#11
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#12
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#13
Homework
#14
**Projects**
Data
Visualization Project
-- Data
Data Analysis Project (Education
Data) Regression
Project (Car Insurance)
Regression Analysis
Project -- Data
Excel Lab
#3 -- Data Excel Lab #4 --
Data
Math Modeling Project/Lab
Education Article Project Directions
**Supplemental Activities**
Pie Charts & Stem-and-Leaf
Plots by Hand
Calculating Standard Deviations by Hand
-- key
Permutations and Combinations Activity --
key
Probability Activity
-- key
Expected Values --
key
Problem Solving Activity
-- key
Linear Regression
Problems -- key
Confidence Intervals on Means
-- key
Counting Sample Spaces with Trees --
key
Design Your Own Experiment
Empirical Rule --
key
Hypothesis Tests II --
key
Legal Analogy
Statistical Graphs --
key
CLT Proportions Version 1/Version
2 -- key
Hypothesis Test Worksheet
#1
Hypothesis Test
Worksheet #2
Hypothesis Test Worksheet #3
Hypothesis Test Worksheet
#4
Hypothesis Test
Worksheet #5
Hypothesis Test Worksheet #6
Discrete
Distributions of Two Dice
Sampling Methods Activity
Data Classification
Activity Numerical Summaries
Activity Comparing Data Activity
-- key
Color Project
Counting Practice --
key
Probability
Distributions Activity -- key
**Calculator Guides:**
Statistical Graphs in
the TI-83/84
TI 84 Entering Data
TI 84 Descriptive
Statistics
Normal
Distribution
Binomial Distribution
Hypothesis
Testing (1 Sample)
**Links!**
PDF Graph Paper
Bad Graphs (Convention Speeches)
Visualizing Data Badly: 8 Examples Correlation is not Causation:
orginal article /
handout
Presidents by State
How much people lie on surveys
On the Hazards of Significance
Testing
Exploring Correlation and Regression
Central Limit Theorem: with Bunnies and Dragons
How Many Ways Can You Arrange a Deck of Cards?
Free Online Math
Courses
Medical Testing and Vitamin C
How to Tell if Correlation Implies Causation
Reliability and Validity
In wake of uproar over Facebook’s emotional manipulation study, bioethics
scholars say new rules are 'moral imperative'
Combinations and Permutations Calculator
Four Assumptions of
Multiple Regression that Researchers Should Always Test
Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Significant Improvement
How the Nocebo Effect can Trick us into Actually Dying
Desmos Lessons for AP Statistics
Stem and Leaf Plot Generator
PhET Simulations
EdReady
**(Math) Education Links**
Parents' Math Anxiety Can Undermine Math Achievement
How can we Remedy the Gender Imbalance in Math & Stats?
Which Study Strategies Make the Grade?
What is
Algebra?
There is one Key Difference Between Those who Excel at Math and Those who
Don't
9 Strategies for Motivating Students in Mathematics
How I Faced My Fears and Learned to be Good at Math
A Strategy that Narrows Academic Achievement gap by 63%
Don't Let Economists and Politicians Hack your Math: Of course kids need
to learn algebra
Our Education System
Conflicts with the Science of Learning
In Defense of
Math
Common Core Math is not Fuzzy
Who was Behind the Common Core Math Standards?
Early Results from the Common Core Look Promising
Common Core's Focus on Concepts is Key to Improving Math Education
Humans Should Learn Maths
Why Math Matters
Don't Teach Math, Coach It
Research Reveals Key to Make Learning Easier
The High Cost of Neuromyths in Education
Math as a
Civil Right
Learn Math without Fear
Know it All: 10 Secrets of Successful Learning
Being
Too Hard on Yourself Creates a Dangerous Feedback Loop
How Teaching with Symmetry Improves Math Understanding
3 Questions to Drive
Passion-Based Learning
Making Mathematics Teaching and Learning Meaningful
Seeing Struggling Math Learners as "Sense Makers" not "Mistake Makers"
Enquiry-Based Maths: Applying Types of Inquiry in Math Learning
Why is it important to let students work on a math task first without
showing them how to solve it?
They still say "Girls Aren't Good at Math"
Before we can Address the STEM crisis, we must first solve the Confidence
Gap
Kids Learn Math Easily when they Control Their Own Learning
Project Implicit
Making a Mistake can be Rewarding
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