G. Minute to Win It

Driving question
      How different is different enough to consider two variables dependent?

      Learning objectives, requirement tasks, and mastery assessments
        • Use single-quantitative-variable analysis on a matched pairs situation to determine whether or not differences between treatments reach statistical significance..
          • Mastery quiz: 
            • Find and interpret a confidence interval for a matched-pairs study
            • Perform and interpret a significance test for a matched-pairs study
            • Free response: Explain how StatKey simulates tests of independence for matched-pairs data

        • Use two-quantitative-variable analysis with two-sample data to determine whether or not differences between treatments reach statistical significance
          • Mastery quiz: 
            • Find and interpret a confidence interval for a two sample (quantitative response) study
            • Perform and interpret a significance test for a two sample (quantitative response) study
            • Free response: Explain how StatKey simulates tests of independence for two sample (quantitative response) data

        • Use two-categorical-variable analysis with two-sample data to determine whether or not differences between treatments reach statistical significance
          • Mastery quiz: 
            • Find and interpret a confidence interval for a two sample (categorical response) study
            • Perform and interpret a significance test for a two sample (categorical response) study
            • Free response: Explain how StatKey simulates tests of independence for two sample (categorical response) data

        • Design, carry-out, analyze, and communicate the results of a team-created experiment
          • Task: Minute to Win It Project (see page for details)