Maths IBAI – 4.91 The normal distribution, properties
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The normal distribution, curve and properties – Maths IBAI – SL
Engage in an enriching learning experience with our dual PowerPoint presentations explaining what normal distribution is, the shape of the curve and the properties of the normal distribution. Each presentation offers a unique perspective, one utilizing the Casio Graphing Display Calculator (GDC) and the other employing the Texas Instrument Graphing Display Calculator (GDC). Aligned with the Maths IB Applications and interpretation syllabus, our presentations aim to empower students with the skills to navigate and solve problems related to Normal distribution probabilities , utilizing the functionalities of diverse graphing calculators.
Content:
 Two PowerPoint presentation
File size:

 PowerPoint 1: using the Casio Graphing Display Calculator, PPTX (1.31 MB)
 PowerPoint 2: using the TI Graphing Display Calculator, PPTX (756 KB)
Number of slides:
 PowerPoint 1: 28 slides
 PowerPoint 2: 26 slides
Power Point presentation and PDF files
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Related resources:
Normal Probability calculations, Inverse Normal Calculations
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