# Craig CHAOTIC KITCHEN ESCAPE

Rachael Heer

Created on March 13, 2024

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## Transcript

Escape room

ChaoticKitchen

start

After a long day on the computer, you walk around your house and are surprised to find no one home.When you go to the kitchen, you find a note and decide to read it...

Click on the note on the fridge

Look for all parts to the password while cooking

Recipe

Crack the eggs

Cook the eggs

Fry the french fries

Season everything

Hey kiddo, I went out to dinner.I left a recipe in the fridge for you to make dinner.Follow all the steps.I love you!

What is the range of the stem-and-leaf plot shown in the picture?Next, what is the mode?

37.555

797

45no mode

33.5no mode

Minutes to Bake Different Types of Fries

Using the same data set, first what is the median?Then, what would be the median if we added 44 to the data set?

36

3631

3133.5

33.536

Minutes to Bake Different Types of Fries

What is the mean of the stem-and-leaf plot?(This is the same plot used previously)Next, if you added in the number 90, would the mean increase or decrease?Discuss why with your team.

45decrease

37.5increase

37.5 decrease

33increase

Minutes to Bake Different Types of Fries

Recipe

Crack the eggs

Cook the eggs

Fry the french fries

Season everything

French Fries

Match the correct explanations to the terms of the box plot.

2

3

4

01:00

1. Quartile 1

A. The difference between Q3 and Q1

B. 25% of the data lies below

C. 25% of the data lies above

D. 50% of the data lies above, representing the typical number

solution

Continue

2. Quartile 3

3. Median

4. IQR

After answering, check the solution and discuss if you got any wrong. Then, click continue.

Match the correct statistical measurements to the summary of the box plot.

2

3

4

01:00

1. Minimum

A. 34

B. 24

C. 5

D. 31

solution

Continue

2. Maximum

3. Median

4. IQR

Should we delete the solutions once we finish?Hmm good idea, but that is how they check their answers. It will let them move on by clicking continue, so they should check the solution after completing then continue.Do the instructions help?

After answering, check the solution and discuss if you got any wrong. Then, click continue.

Sort the statistical questions that would generate numerical data versus nonstatistical questions.

2

3

1

4

01:00

1. Statistical

2. Statistical

3. Nonstatistical

A. How many eggs do the iHOPS in Florida use every Saturday morning?

4. Nonstatistical

B. How do you like your eggs cooked?

After answering, check the solution and discuss if you got any wrong. Then, click continue.

C. How many eggs do the students at your school eat each week?

D. How many times have you been to iHOP?

Solution

Continue

Recipe

Crack the eggs

Cook the eggs

Fry the french fries

Season everything

Are yummy

Which histogram would be described as symmetrical (regular)?

Calories per Basket of Fries

Weight per Basket of Fries

Share with your team how you know.

Which histogram would be decribed as bimodal?

Soil Moisture of the Potato Crop

French Fry Length (cm)

Share with your team how you know.

Which histogram would be described as skewed left?

Calories per Basket of Fries

Weight per Basket of Fries

Share with your team how you know.

Recipe

Crack the eggs

Cook the eggs

Fry the french fries

Season everything

just like

Two students answered the same problem below. Who is correct? Why?

00:00

Sage thinks B

Olive thinks C

Spend at least 1 minute defending your answer.

Oh no! Click to view a hint for this common misconception

Before finding the IQR, you must first find the Median, then find Q1 and Q3.

Two students answered the same problem below. Who is correct? Why?

00:00

Sage's answer : B

Olive's answer : C

Spend at least 1 minute defending your answer.

Ah! Another common misconception.Click to view...

To find Q1 and Q3, you must split the data in half. With an even amount of data, include all of the numbers, but when it is an odd number of data points, you do not include the median.

Two students answered the same problem below. Who is correct? Discuss why.

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Sage's answer : Mean because this center of measure is larger proving it takes almost 40 minutes.

Olive's answer : Median because this center of measure is the typical amount of time to bake french fries.

Spend at least 1 minute defending your answer.

WOAH! Another common misconception.Click to see...

Center of measure in a data set varies. It could be mean, median or even mode depending on the numbers and what is being displayed.

Minutes to Bake Different Types of Fries

For a healthier alternative, some people try to bake their fries. Should you report the mean or median value to show it takes too long to bake french fries? Explain.

Recipe

Crack the eggs

Cook the eggs

Fry the french fries

Season everything

statistical measurements

Did you get the password?Click on the link to enter it and access your fun choice board!Each participating teammate should enter the password to help give your team the win! (leaders share the link in the chat)

starT over?

Congrats!

You did it! You made the food without any chaos! (Well, mostly)

stuck?

Wrong!

Oh no! You burnt the food!

Try again?

1 - A

2 - C

3 - B

4 - D

Password:

FRENCH FRIES ARE YUMMY JUST LIKE STATISTICAL MEASUREMENTS

1 - B

2 - C

3 - D

4 - A

1 - B

2 - A

3 - D

4 - C