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CCNHS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Grade GRADE Stra

DAILY School
(SHS) level 11 nd
LESSON LOG Learning STATISTICS AND
Teacher ENGR. CESAR M. DEL ROSARIO JR.
Area PROBABILITY
STATISTICS &
Teaching Dates and DECEMBER 12-16, 2016 : Tim
PROBABILITY Quarter THIRD
Time Mon - Fri e

I. OBJECTIVES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of sampling and sampling distributions of the sample mean.
B. Performance The learner is able to apply suitable sampling and sampling distributions of the sample mean to solve real-life problems in
Standards different disciplines.
C. Learning
Competencies/ Objectives At the end of the At the end of the lesson, the At the end of the lesson, At the end of the
learner must be able to: the learner must be able lesson, the learner
lesson, the learner to: must be able to:
(Write the LC Code for
must be able to:
each) 1. solve for sampling
1. define the sampling
distribution of the
distribution
1. identify sampling distribution 1. find the mean and sample mean for
variance of the sampling normal population
distribution of the sample when the variance is:
mean. (a) known
(b) unknown
M11/12SP-IIId-4a M11/12SP-IIIc-3-c
M11/12SP-IIId-5
M11/12SP-IIId-4b

II. CONTENT Sampling and Sampling Sampling and Sampling Sampling and Sampling Sampling and
Distributions Distributions Distributions Sampling Distributions
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages - - - -
2. Learners Materials - - - -
pages
3. Textbook pages 1. Elementary Statistics 1. Elementary Statistics (8th 1. Elementary Statistics (8th 1. Elementary Statistics
(8th Ed.) Ed.) Ed.) (8th Ed.)
pp. 9-33 pp. 9-33 pp. 333-340 pp. 333-340
2. Introductory Statistics 2. Introductory Statistics (7th 2. Introductory Statistics 2. Introductory Statistics
(7th Ed.) Ed.) pp. 306-310 pp. 267-283
pp. 300-306 pp. 300-306
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4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning www.analyzemath.com www.analyzemath.com www.analyzemath.com www.analyzemath.com
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Review the concepts Review the concepts Review the concepts Review the concepts
lesson or presenting the discussed during the discussed during the first discussed during the first discussed last meeting
new lesson first discussion discussion discussion
B. Establishing a purpose Concepts of: Formula and concepts: Concepts: Concepts:
-Sampling Distribution -Sampling Error -Mean and standard deviation -Shape of the sampling
for the lesson
-Population Distribution -Non-sampling Error distribution
of x . -Sampling from a normally
distri- buted population

C. Presenting examples/ Example: Example: Example: Example:


instances
Suppose there are only five Reconsider the population of five scores The mean wage per hour for all 5000 In a recent SAT, the mean score
students in an advanced statistics given yesterday. Suppose one sample of employees who work at a large for all examinees was 1020.
class and the midterm scores three scores is selected from this company is $27.50, and the standard
of these five students are population, and this sample includes the deviation is $3.70. Let be the mean Assume that the distribution of
scores 70, 80, and 95. Find the wage per hour for a random sample of SAT scores of all examinees is
70 78 80 80 95 sampling error. certain employees selected from this normal with a mean of 1020 and
company. Find the mean and standard a standard deviation of 153.
1. Population Mean deviation of for a sample size of:
Let x be the mean SAT
(a) 30 (b) 75 (c) 200
Given: score of a random sample of
2. Sample Mean (without certain examinees.
mistake)
a.) The mean of the sampling dist. Is:
Calculate the mean and standard

deviation of x and describe


3. Sampling Error (w/o mistake) In this case, n=30, N= 5000, and
the shape of its sampling
n/N= 30/5000 = .006. Because n/N
distribution when the sample
is less than .05, the standard deviation
4. Sample Mean (with mistake) size is
of is obtained by using the formula
Hence, (a) 16 (b) 50 (c) 1000

5. Sampling Error (w/ mistake) Solution:


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Thus, we can state that if we take all From the given information,
6. Non-sampling Error possible samples of size 30 from the
population of all employees of this
(a) The mean and standard
company and prepare the sampling
distribution of the mean and standard deviation of x are,
deviation of this sampling distribution
of will be $27.50 and $.676, respectively,
1. Population Mean respectively.
b.) In this case, n =75 and n/N = and
75/5000 = .015, which is less than .
05. The mean and standard deviation
2. Sample Mean
of x are:

c.) sample mean=27.50, s.d.=.262


D. Discussing new Concepts: Concepts: Concepts: Concepts:
concepts and practicing
1.) The population distribution 1.) Sampling error is the difference 1.) The mean of the sampling Population distribution and
new skills #1
is the probability distribution of between the value of a sample statistic distribution of is always equal to the sampling distributions of
the population data. and the value of the corresponding mean of the population. Thus, x .
population parameter. In the case of the
2.) In general, the probability mean, (a) Population distribution

distribution of a sample statistic *Hence, if we select all possible


is called its sampling samples (of the same size) from a
distribution. assuming that the sample is random and population and calculate their means,
no nonsampling error has been made. the mean of all these sample (b) Sampling distribution of x for n =
3.) Population Mean 5.
means will be the same as the mean
the average of the 2.) The errors that occur in the
complete set of values. collection, recording, and tabulation of of the population.
4.) Sample Mean the data are called nonsampling errors. *The sample mean, x is called an
average of the set of
estimator of the population mean, (c) Sampling distribution of x for n =
samples obtain from the
16.
population.
2. Standard Deviation
2
Central limit theorem

*The sample size is considered


to be small compared to the
(d) Sampling distribution of x for n =
population size if the sample size is 30.
equal to or less than 5% of the
population sizethat is, if

*If this condition is not satisfied, we (e) Sampling distribution of x for n =


use the following formula to calculate: 100.

*where the factor is called


the finite population correction factor.
E. Discussing new Concepts and Concepts and procedures: Concepts and procedures: Concepts and
concepts and practicing procedures: 1. Explain briefly the meaning of sampling
1. Let x be the mean of a sample
procedures:
new skills #2 1. Briefly explain the meaning of a error. Give an example. Does such an error 1. What condition or conditions
population distribution and a occur only in a sample survey, or can it occur selected from a population. must hold true for the sampling
sampling distribution. Give an in both a sample survey and a census? a. What is the mean of the sampling distribution of the sample mean to
example of each. 2. Explain briefly the meaning of non- x be normal when the sample size is
sampling errors. Give an example. Do such distribution of equal to?
less than 30?
errors occur only in a sample survey, or can b. What is the standard deviation of the
they occur in both a sample survey and a
census? sampling distribution of
x equal to?

Assume n/N .05.

2. What is an estimator? When is an


estimator unbiased?
F. Developing mastery Problem: Problem: Problem: Problem:
(Leads to Formative 1. 1. Consider the ff. pop. of ten 1. Consider a large population with = 1. A population has a normal
Assessment 2) numbers. distribution. A sample of size n is
60 and = 10. Assuming n/N .05, selected from this population.
2 02 51 31 99 1 51
17 1 73 0 find the mean and standard deviation of Describe the shape of the sampling
a. Find the population
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mean. a. Find the population mean.
the sample mean, x , for a sample
distribution of the sample mean for
b. Lisa selected one b. Rich selected one sample of nine each of the following cases.
sample of four numbers numbers from this population. The sample size of:
included the numbers 20, 25, 13, 9, 15, 11, 7, a. 10 b. 35 a. n = 94 b. n = 11
from this population.
17, and 30. Calculate the sample mean and Answer:
Numbers are 13, 8, 9, and
sampling error for this sample.
12. Calculate the sample
c. Refer to part b. When Rich calculated the
mean.
sample mean, he mistakenly used the 2. A population of N = 100,000 has =
numbers 20, 25, 13, 9, 15, 11, 17, 17, and 30 40. In each of the following cases, which
to calculate the sample mean. Find the formula will you use to calculate
sampling and nonsampling errors in this
Using the appropriate
case.
formula, calculate for each of these
cases.
a. n = 2500 b. n = 7000

G. Finding practical Application: Application: Application: Applications


applications of concepts 1. The following date give 1. Teaching experience of five 1. Living spaces of all homes 1. The delivery times for
and skills in daily living the ages (in years) of all faculty members. in a city. all food orders at a fast-
six members in the family. 2. The mean monthly out-of- food restaurant during
55 53 28 25 21 pocket cost of prescription the lunch hour.
15 drugs for all senior citizens in 2. College students who
a. Write the population a particular city hold part-time jobs during
distribution. the school year, the
b. Calculate the pop. distribution of the time
Mean. spent working per week.
c. Calculate the sample 3. The amounts of
mean of four numbers 55, electricity bills for all
53, 28 & 15. households in a particular
city.
H. Making generalizations Reinforce the skills Generalize the concepts Reinforce the concepts
and abstractions about practiced. discussed. discussed and skills practiced.
the lesson
I. Evaluating learning
Recitation, Problem Recitation, Board work, Seatwork
Solving Seatwork Recitation

J. Additional activities for


application
V. REMARKS
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NO SCHEDULE
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation.
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for remediation
who scored below
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught
up with the lesson.
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation.
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved:

CESAR M. DEL ROSARIO JR., CE ERWIN L. PURCIA, DALL CALICK D. ARRIETA, PhD
SHS T-1 Head, CCNHS-SHS Principal I
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