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********************************** Useful Links... Video Links... Indiana Envirothon competition ... Video: The Lorax (Youtube) Campus Explorer. The Road To Higher Education. Campus Explorer Steps. APES topic outline (starts on page 10). This topic material is also found on page Xiii of the textbook preface. FRQ guidelines FRQ question Free Rice game Free Rice ******************************** ******************************** Assignment for 9/6/2016 I will not accept homework online other than through Google Classroom. Go to the following website for an explanation of correlation and how it is used. Answer the questions which follow by reading the material found on the link. Correlation explained... Turn in your papers tomorrow or email them to me by midnight Thursday. 1. What is correlation? 2. What is the purpose of a correlation? 3. What is a positive correlation? 4. What is a negative correlation? 5. Positive correlations will be reported as what? 6. Negative correlations will be reported as what? 7. In the following sequence, which number has the strongest results? .3; .6; .6; .8; .9 8. What are the advantages of the correlation method? 9. What are the disadvantages of the correlation method? Click on the link at the page bottom  "Read a correlation sample." Read through the two samples. 10. Of the two samples, which had the stronger correlation? To find out how the number is calculated, click here: Correlation calculation explained... (B) Use the link below to go to the following website: Footprint calculator Read the material, then find your carbon footprint by using the footprint calculator. 11) How many planets does it take to support YOUR lifestyle if everyone on Earth consumed as much as you? I hope this opened your eyes to a few environmental problems which we face. One person makes choices which can affect everyone. Think about what you do before you act. 12) Read through the links on the website below. It will help explain galls. And if you don't know what that is, it will come in handy on your test next week. Click HERE to see the website on Galls. ********************************** ********************************** **********************************
********************************** Useful Links... Video Links... Indiana Envirothon competition ... Video: The Lorax (Youtube) Campus Explorer. The Road To Higher Education. Campus Explorer Steps. APES topic outline (starts on page 10). This topic material is also found on page Xiii of the textbook preface. FRQ guidelines FRQ question Free Rice game Free Rice ******************************** ******************************** Assignment for 9/6/2016 I will not accept homework online other than through Google Classroom. Go to the following website for an explanation of correlation and how it is used. Answer the questions which follow by reading the material found on the link. Correlation explained... Turn in your papers tomorrow or email them to me by midnight Thursday. 1. What is correlation? 2. What is the purpose of a correlation? 3. What is a positive correlation? 4. What is a negative correlation? 5. Positive correlations will be reported as what? 6. Negative correlations will be reported as what? 7. In the following sequence, which number has the strongest results? .3; .6; .6; .8; .9 8. What are the advantages of the correlation method? 9. What are the disadvantages of the correlation method? Click on the link at the page bottom  "Read a correlation sample." Read through the two samples. 10. Of the two samples, which had the stronger correlation? To find out how the number is calculated, click here: Correlation calculation explained... (B) Use the link below to go to the following website: Footprint calculator Read the material, then find your carbon footprint by using the footprint calculator. 11) How many planets does it take to support YOUR lifestyle if everyone on Earth consumed as much as you? I hope this opened your eyes to a few environmental problems which we face. One person makes choices which can affect everyone. Think about what you do before you act. 12) Read through the links on the website below. It will help explain galls. And if you don't know what that is, it will come in handy on your test next week. Click HERE to see the website on Galls. ********************************** ********************************** 

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