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•    Compare the mean, median and range of heights for males and females
        in your class. How will this compare to a class one year older?

•    What is the  probability of reaching into a bin and selecting a particular
        color of M&M candy?
 

•    Is there a difference in mass between differently colored M&M peanuts?

•     Demonstrate the bell shaped curved for random distribution.

•    Can the game of "Rock, Scissors, Paper" be used to demonstrate statistics?

•    Does a sphere hold a volume greater than the apparent volume of a cylinder?

•     Is it possible to add, subtract and do other math functions on large numbers
        by using only two numerical values like 0 and 1?

•     Is it possible to develop mathematical systems based on numbers such as 4
        or 5 instead of the normal base 10 system we use?

•    Can parallax be used to measure distance to distant objects?

•    Demonstrate experimental methods of determining the value of pi.

•    Research, explain and demonstrate the use of fractals.   

•    How do bar code labels work?    

•     Determine how the size of a statistical sample affects its accuracy.

•    In rolling dice is there a different probability for different numbers?               

•    Is the probability of "heads" really 50-50 in a coin flip?

•    Can statistics be used to predict the contents of edible consumer products such
        as fruit snacks, a bag of jelly beans or M&Ms?

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