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Activity: Samples Representing the Population with M&Ms Candy

This activity uses M&MsĀ® to demonstrate the importance of using larger samples to represent a population.
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Animated Demonstration of the Normal Distribution and Histograms

Explains in a fun and easy to grasp way what the normal distribution is, how it is depicted with a histogram and Read More...


Online Simulation: Detemining Differences

This site has a series of Java animations to illustrate basic statistical concepts such as those related to determining Read More...


Online Simulation: Statistical Decision Making

This site has a series of Java animations to illustrate basic statistical concepts related to statistical decision Read More...