In this lesson, students practice decision-making skills leading to a better understanding of choice versus chance and building the foundation of mathematical probability.
In this lesson, students analyze the fairness of certain games by examining the probabilities of the outcomes.
Today we’re going to introduce bayesian statistics and discuss how this new approach to statistics has revolutionized the field from artificial intelligence and clinical trials to how your computer filters spam!
Today, we’ll discuss how they can be used to figure out how many Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans you could eat before getting the dreaded vomit flavored bean, and how they can help us make decisions when there is a little uncertainty – like getting a Pikachu in a pack of Pokémon Cards!
In this episode we’ll talk about Null Hypothesis Significance Testing (or NHST) which is a framework for comparing two sets of information.
Students will play Sticks and Stones, a game based on the Apache game “Throw Sticks,” which was played at multi-nation celebrations.