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20 Linear Regression Task Cards - Including Correlation Coefficients, Residuals

20 Linear Regression Task Cards - Including Correlation Coefficients, Residuals

A set of 20 task cards focusing on all aspects of linear regressions. To complete the task cards students will use knowledge of linear regressions (line of best fit, least squares regression), correlation coefficients, and calculating residuals and their meaning. The bundle also includes an answer sheet for students to record their work. This is a great review of skills for a test, quiz or standardized assessment. Common Core Aligned You may also like: You may also like: Absolute Value Functions Scavenger Hunt Box and Whiskers Matching Characteristics of Functions Relay Race Exponential Function - Real World Word Problems Exponents Relay Race Review Factoring Scavenger Hunt Football Linear Modeling Project Linear Modeling Projects Modeling Activity Monsters U Linear Modeling Project Piecewise Functions Activity Probability and Central Tendencies Relay Race Review Quadratic Transformations Matching Activity Quadratics - Factored to Standard Form Scavenger Hunt Soccer Linear Modeling Project Solving Equations With Variables On Both Sides Step Function Lesson or Practice Systems of Equations Matching Translations, Reflections and Dilations Think Tank X and Y Intercept Matching and Scavenger Hunt Bundle - Featured X and Y-intercepts Scavenger Hunt X- and Y-Intercept Matching Activity Regression Stations Algebra 2 Activity Bundle
pclark4pwc
Constructing and Interpreting Pie Charts

Constructing and Interpreting Pie Charts

Suitable for KS3 and KS4. This lesson goes through the steps on constructing a pie chart. Exercises embedded and I have attached template cards which you can print off and give to your students to draw pie charts. The lesson ends off with how to interpret pie charts.
sabmer
Introduction to Averages from Frequency Tables (non-grouped)

Introduction to Averages from Frequency Tables (non-grouped)

Here is a lesson I have created for a mixed/high ability year 7 group on averages from non-grouped frequency tables. It also contains a brief recap on averages. The resources on have been adapted from others found on here. Attached you will find the relevant printing file. Feel free to modify, improve, and share! Please rate, as I appreciate the feedback.
amurra8827
Maths Classroom Display - Bundle of 25 Posters

Maths Classroom Display - Bundle of 25 Posters

This is an excellent bundle of posters to reinforce learning and to create the right environment within the Mathematics classroom. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
ajf43
Physics Fundamentals Lesson Bundle

Physics Fundamentals Lesson Bundle

A set of three lessons designed to introduce key concepts in physics to students who are new to studying the subject. Originally designed for the Edexcel 9-1 specification, these lessons would support any curriculum that introduces these concepts. Each lesson includes a starter activity, a plenary quiz, and accompanying lesson notes sheets for students. This bundle also includes differentiated worksheets on unit conversions, and standard form and significant figures. Lessons are designed to be presented in the following order: Lesson 1: SI Units and Unit Conversions Lesson 2: Standard Form and Significant Figures Lesson 3: Scalars and Vectors The price of this bundle represents a 20% savings on the cost of purchasing each resource individually.
cvb368
Start of year Maths pack

Start of year Maths pack

mixture of lessons and topics to start the year off in KS3 Maths including ratios, fractions, brackets, angles and straight lines
commuter
Sets and Venn Diagrams tests

Sets and Venn Diagrams tests

A couple of tests on sets and Venn diagrams. One is more difficult than the other. Tests are designed to last full lessons. Answers provided.
jaking3
Multiplicative Counting (GCSE 9-1)

Multiplicative Counting (GCSE 9-1)

I pushed my Year 11 set one a little bit to try some of the harder GCSE 9-1 questions on this topic where they needed to decide whether they were permutations or combinations & needed to be divided by 2 (very basic with only 2 variables). They at no time use combinations - we just extended the counting principle for different 'choices'. They struggled to know when to divide when reading the question so I made some new ones up for additional practice. These are a mixture of general counting principle, combinations & permutations. Answers included. Please let me know if any of them need fixing/changing for clarity.
kdarwin91