Ch 8 Statistics

EQ: How do you calculate what you need on the final?

Weighted Mean and Statistics Review

Prep work:

Ch 8 Review

Ch 8 Review solution key

Ch 7 Retake assignment: Ch Review p.358 (31-40) and Ch Test p.358-359 (5-27)

Complete retesting by 1/17.

Chapter 4: Transformations

EQ: Which transformation is not a rigid motion?

Prep work:

WS 4.5 Dilation

Chapter 4 Review

Ch 4 Review Solution Key

Retake for Ch. 5 Test: Chpt 5 Review Version 2

Retake should be done by 1/17

Ch 8 Statistics

EQ: What percentage of data are within 1 standard deviation or the mean?

Standard deviation and z-scores

Prep work:

Histograms and normal distributions (reference/notes)

Standard Deviation Worksheet

z-scores and weighted mean (just do the z-scores side)

Ch 7 Retake assignment: Ch Review p.358 (31-40) and Ch Test p.358-359 (5-27)

Complete retesting by 1/17.

Chapter 4: Transformations

EQ: What are the 2 things you need to know in order to rotate an object?

Prep work: WS 4.3 Rotation

Retake for Ch. 5 Test: Chpt 5 Review Version 2

Retake should be done by 1/17

Ch 8 Statistics

EQ: Are histograms a good way to summarize data?

Histograms and frequency tables

Prep work: p384(1) and Bar Graphs versus Histograms

Ch 7 Retake assignment: Ch Review p.358 (31-40) and Ch Test p.358-359 (5-27)

Complete retesting by 1/17.

Chapter 4: Transformations

EQ: Do you know how to reflect?

Prep work: WS 4.2 Reflection

Retake for Ch. 5 Test: Chpt 5 Review Version 2

Retake should be done by 1/17

18 players came together in 3 quads and a swiss 6 on December 15th. The winners were: Kael Rodine and Hughel Story (2-way tied in Quad 4); Sam Farley (Quad 3/Swiss 6); Troy Amburn and Brandon Young (2-way tied in Quad 2) and Will Ravn earned the only perfect 3.0 score of the day in Quad 1.

Complete results from the December’s Quads can be found at: NWSRS results

All quads are OSCF qualifiers and NWSRS rated. Quads are also USCF rated when all members of a quad are USCF members.

The next quad is coming up on January 12th from 1:30 to 4:30. Just $10 to enter with the winner of each quad getting $10 and free admission to the next Bethel Quad. Remember if a quad chooses a longer time control, it will likely run later than 4:30.

Send an email to mike.myers@bethel.k12.or.us to reserve a spot. Onsite registration between 12:30 – 1:15.

Click this link for more details on this month’s quad: BethelQuads-flyer

Future quads dates: Feb. 9, Mar. 8, Apr. 5, May 3 and Jun. 7

Don’t forget about the Corvallis Winter Open on Jan. 18th. It’s an all ages event including an OSU vs. UO Civil War chess match! Deadline to register is Jan. 15th. For more tournament details: click here

Chapter 4: Transformations

EQ: Do you know what translations do?

The first of our rigid transformations: translation is a fancy word for move.

Know vector component form <3, -2> and

coordinate notation (or translation rule) form: (x,y) —> (x+3, y-2)

Prep work: WS 4.1 Translation

Retake for Ch. 5 Test: Chpt 5 Review Version 2

Retake should be done by 1/17

Ch 8 Statistics

EQ: What are the three measures of central tendency?

Notes on Mean (means average), Median (middle number), Mode (most frequent) and Range (greatest – least).

Prep work: 3 Ms & Missing Numbers Worksheet Create a missing numbers problem of your own.

Complete retesting by 1/17.