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Judging a Paper Airplane Contest part of Inventing and Testing Models:Examples
This model-eliciting activity has students determine how to create a fair judging scheme for a paper airplane contest while considering both the most accurate paper airplane and the best floater. Students are given ...

Judging Randomness part of Inventing and Testing Models:Examples
This model-eliciting activity has students create rules to allow them to judge whether or not the shuffle feature on a particular iPod appears to produce randomly generated playlists. Because people's ...

Measuring Study Effectiveness part of Inventing and Testing Models:Examples
This model-eliciting activity challenges students to operationally define a construct (study effectiveness). Students are given a survey to review that rates different aspects of study behaviors. They are then ...

Comparing Two Airlines part of Inventing and Testing Models:Examples
In this modelā€eliciting activity (MEA), students are hired by a travel magazine to determine if two airlines that fly into Chicago are equally reliable. They examine data of flight arrival delay times for both ...

Judging Airlines part of Inventing and Testing Models:Examples
This model-eliciting activity (MEA) challenges students to develop ideas about center and variability when making decisions based on data. Students examine data on departure delays for five airlines flying out of ...

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