Transcript: cell phones could be used for emergency cellphones phones could be for math. for example if i did't understand i could text my friend for help and let the teacher do what she had to do. Olmsted Academy south should change the cell phone policy 15% of the students call home a day.for example Jacoria Hawk did not feel very well and she had to call home.but if she could use her cell phone she could had just pull her phone out and call her mom! for example my friend had trouble with math and she did'nt want to bother the teacher when she was working but if we could use cell phones she could use her phone for help Ring Ring Ring Ring! cellphones could be used for collaboration
Transcript: 96% of students project grades are low on absences and early pickup. Dr.Lateca Reed studies show that 90 out of 100 students get bad grades because of sickness and they didn't understand the project. Students can use phones for school purposes RING RING Hear that that's a sound of a phone! Hey while were talking about phones Olmsted South girls can't have them at school unfair right.See I have reasons why we should have phones come and take a peek. Students can inform sick students about upcoming projects and assignments How I know this is,students can inform their parents about sickness. Shady Hook students had phones to call the cops. Having a phone allows students to call for emergency students can use phones for calculators for math and science. students can look up information on school projects.
Transcript: We want 10% for $100,000 easier to negotiate we want a lot of ownership good starting spot What is it? Vibrating Alarm Clock Ring Designed for couples, but can be used by anyone Made out of plastic and elastic Created to keep silence in the morning. Percentages Ring, Ring.
Transcript: Ring ... Ring ... Ring ... By: Ethan Kane The cell phone. The cell phone was created in 1942. Although the modernized version was created in the 1960's. Ever more modern versions are being created today. I wouldn't want this phone. Would you? It was created by Motorola engineers. It was originally created for hard-working business people. some funny things: The inventor of the hexagonal memory peice was named Mr. Ring. The empress of India, Queen Victoria, never visited India. Wait, not that . . . well, it's true Works Cited: Wilkinson, Philip. Gandhi: the young protester who founded a nation. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 2005. http://blog.dialaphone.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/oldcellphones3_18_06_08.jpg http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news&id=5701010 the video's cite was not available
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Transcript: Andrew Whiteman Description Throughout my year in stats, I’ve learned a lot about how to do more than just calculate simple math equations. I’ve found that statistics can help me estimate future occurrences through curves and tests. Statistics helps me in daily life by guiding me toward the most probable occurrence in any situation. All that I need to do in order to find an answer to something is by turning to statistics. Our Data Research Summary We started with 5 basic questions: 1. Do you own an iPhone? 2. Do you prefer Apple over any other phone? 3. How many times a day do you use your phone? 4. Estimate the average battery life of an iPhone. 5. If you could choose between the following phones, which would you choose? Apple, Windows, Blackberry, Android According to the internet, we found: 1. 25% of Americans own an iPhone. 2. The iPhone may have the best overall user experience, the highest quality apps and games, the widest range of services, the biggest selection of accessories, and the best customer support, but there are also things the iPhone doesn't offer that other phones do, like much larger screens, physical keyboards, high power cameras, greater hardware options, or simply no Apple about them. 3. The average user actually checks their phone around 110 times a day. 4. For practical use, Engadget found the battery of a new iPhone to last for almost 40 hours while under frequent use of a variety of features. 5. Being in statistics has helped me analyze life through the eyes of math. I now know how to prove or disprove a statistic, or how to look like a geek to my peers. Not just doing a problem, but making a problem, better helped me to understand how the statistics work into everyday life. Being able to relate to the problem better helped to make the connection. Thank you, Mr. Hemphill for this assignment! How did you know it's how I wanted to spend my time? Throughout my whole year in stats, pretty much all we did was do problems that others like me did not understand what was going on at all. By doing this project it has taught me to understand on not only knowing how to answer a problem similar to this one but to make our own as well. Doing our project on iPhones made it easier for us to do this project since it's something that we knew very well. Thank you Mr.Hemphill for teaching and giving us this project to understand statistics better. http://arstechnica.com/business/2013/06/56-percent-of-americans-now-own-smartphones-pew-study-finds/ http://www.imore.com/iphone-vs-android-vs-blackberry-vs-windows-phone-which-phone-should-you-get http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2449632/How-check-phone-The-average-person-does-110-times-DAY-6-seconds-evening.html http://science.opposingviews.com/average-battery-life-iphone-12848.html http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/09/09/1-out-of-each-4-us-smartphones-users-has-an-iphone/ THE END Francisco Acosta Conclusion Andrew Peterson, Andrew Whiteman, Francisco Acosta Below, You can see the distribution of phones, based on our given choices. In our data, we found this: 1. Do you own an iPhone? Yes=30 No=20 2. Do you prefer Apple over any other phone? Yes=28 No=22 3. How many times a day do you use your phone? 2 or less=10 3-4=10 5-6=15 7+=15 4. Estimate the average battery life of an iPhone. 5 or less=5 6-7=10 8-9=10 10+=25 5. If you could choose between the following phones, which would you choose? Apple=25 Windows=3 Blackberry=1 Android=21 Andrew Peterson We decided to do our research on the distribution of types of smartphones that people own. We thought it was an interesting topic because we wanted to see what phone types our peers preferred. We wanted to find how the data we collected on the internet differed from that of our peers. Conclusion Ring Ring Works Cited Conclusion Above, you can see the phone preferences, based on our data,of apple compared to any other phone. 2014
Transcript: Its function... The telephone back then was only used to send messages. Then... The inventor of the telephone was Alexander Graham Bell. He invented it in 1876. advantage Over the years the telephone has become smaller and smaller.It now has become better.With apps,text messages,and is very portable. *Ring Ring* Innovations The Telephone Now... We don't have to send mail.Mail takes a long time to get here.When you call someone on the cellphone you hear them. The telephone has affected our society in good and bad ways. The purpose for the telephone is to communicate with people all around the world. Disadvantage Now the phone is used for many things. Text messages, calls, apps, photos, etc... Now some teens or just people are on the phones all day everyday.Kids are becoming lazy The Telephone By Alondra Maltos
Transcript: This is an example of the cold war map. Even though they had troubles they still came together. THE BIG BOXING RING Here are some pictures of the cold war. The soviets and the US fighting. The world is in a big boxing ring means that when two people start to fight and everyone wants to go in. By: Lloyd Love dont lose this box Logo
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