- Analyze the costs and efficiencies of various types of electricity generation.

- Efficiency and Generation Assignment (Inquiry Based, should take the entire week)

- Learn about energy efficiency with transmission

- Why do we transmit at high voltages?

- video (as a class)

- Summarize the efficiency of power generation
- Explore efficiency in Transmission of Electricity

Review the Efficiency and Generation Assignment, and pick three questions to review as a class.

- Efficiency and Transmission Assignment (HW: Due Tues 4/17)

- Determine the efficiency rating of all the kinds of ways we generate electricity.

- Efficiency and Generation Assignment (Due End of Class)

- Locker POW (Due Friday 4/12)

- Determine the efficiency rating for different methods of electricity generation.

- Finish ohm’s law activity and work on your POW.

- Understand how Ohm’s Law affects voltage, current, and resistance.

- Introduce POW #3

- Locker POW (Due Friday 4/12)

- practice using the units used to measure electricity.

- Learn the different ways we measure electricity

- Learn how to draw and identify compound pulley systems
- Learn and use the t-method to calculate MA of any pulley system

- Pulley System Assignment (Part 2)

- Learn how pulleys manipulate force and distance using mechanical advantage.

- Intro to Work Notes (blank)
- Intro to Work Notes (Complete)

- Turn in your Chi-Squared Projects
- Critique your peers' infographic to ensure quality of design and content.

- Download your infographic as a PDF or PNG (Do not submit a canva link)
- Turn in via Google Classroom.

- Gather feedback on the Cookies Project and the Chi-Squared Project
- Watch a movie about mathematicians in history (Hidden Figures or Imitation Game)

**Cookies:**- What should I keep doing?
- What did you find less useful?

**Chi-Squared**- What should I keep doing?
- What did you find less Useful

- Finish your Chi-Squared Calculations

Extra Credit:

- Finish Observed and Expected Tables for the chi-squared final project.

- Open the Math 10 Chi-Squared Survey Results
- Highlight both your group and your metric in the master spreadsheet
- Copy and paste your group and your metric into a new spreadsheet
- Title your spreadsheet as “Chi-squared Calculations Name”
- Clean up necessary responses
- Sort your group A-Z (see video for how)
- Make a count table for your metric (see video for how)
- Make an observed table
- Make an expected table

- Create observed and Expected Tables for the chi-squared final project.

- Chi-Squared Project Template (Use this to fill out the content you need for your posters)

- Open the Math 10 Chi-Squared Survey Results
- Highlight both your group and your metric in the master spreadsheet
- Copy and paste your group and your metric into a new spreadsheet
- Title your spreadsheet as “Chi-squared Calculations Name”
- Clean up necessary responses
- Sort your group A-Z (see video for how)
- Make a count table for your metric (see video for how)
- Make an observed table
- Make an expected table

- Complete the Math 10 Statistics Survey

- Make sure you have turned in all math assignments:
- Dice Experiment
- What to Expect
- Degrees of Freedom
- Chi-Squared Exercise

- Dice Experiment
- Prepare for Physics Exhibition
- Work on Humanities

- Assign people to collect data around the school. (2 per class)

- Write and organize your research questions for your project

- Read through the Chi-Squared Project Outline
- Look at one exemplar from last year

- Practice data collection and running chi-squared for virtual vs real 6-sided dice.

- Directions/Instructions: Chi-Squared Dice Experiment Part 1

- Chi-Squared Dice Questions Part 1 (virtual) (Can be done with a partner)

- Determine expected values using an expected table

- What to Expect Assignment (Homework if not finished in class)

- Practice calculating Chi-Squared and determining if a chi-squared is significant.

- Degrees of Freedom Assignment (Due Monday Start of Class)

- Learn how to determine if a chi-squared is significant.

- Chi-Squared Exercise (Due Today)
- SLC Prep Doc

Lesson Start Times: 10:43am, 11:37am, 1:48pm

- Prepare for SLCs Tomorrow

- SLC Prep Doc (10 points completion, due Wednesday by 3:30pm)

- 5 People in a Circle POW (Must solve for 8 people)

- Learn how to calculate chi-squared and use it to compare weirdness in data.

- Measuring Weirdness (Part 1 of the Chi-Squared Exercise)

- 5 People in a Circle POW (Must solve for 8 people)