CEE Publication
Grades 9-12
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Students collect data from a hands-on activity involving Colors Goldfish® Baked Snack Crackers to learn how to create a two-way table, find the marginal distribution, and find the conditional distribution. Students then use given data to find marginal and conditional distributions to determine which groups are at higher risks of receiving a traffic ticket. Lastly, students use this information and investigate other factors to determine how insurance companies compute auto insurance deductibles and premium payments.
60 minutes
Class of Travel | Survived | Died | Total |
First Class | 197 | 122 | |
Second Class | 94 | 167 | |
Third Class | 151 | 476 | |
Total |
For that reason, insurance companies use distributions like these to determine if someone is a high risk of getting in an accident and costing insurance companies money.
CEE Publication
Grades 9-12
CEE Publication
Grades 9-12
CEE Publication
Grades 9-12
CEE Publication
Grades 9-12