Resources for teaching statistics: Teacher Preparation

3.13, 3.14 Deterministic and Probabilistic Models

Explanatory notes for Teachers:

Statistical problems make use of models of real world situations based on observations of data, assumptions about the context, and on theoretical probability. Models can be used to make predictions, test assumptions, and solve problems.

The following article from the Senior Secondary Teacher Guide highlights the difference between these types of models.


Deterministic and probabilistic models

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