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SOLUTION SEEKER

WHY IS THIS AN IMPORTANT TRAIT?

Being a solution seeker is an important trait for all students. The ability to use a resource that is

given to help solve a problem

you are facing is crucial in the world. If we are unable to seek for a

solution we may lose many opportunities that arise; we are unable to seek the help that is needed to achieve or understand something.

HOW DO YOU DEMONSTRATE THIS IN YOUR DAILY LIFE?

I do my best to be a solution seeker everyday, so I understand

why the answer

is the way it is. I

ask questions, so I understand the concepts that I am learning. Therefore, if I was asked to replicate the problem or asked to analyze why the answer is the answer. I would be able to replicate the problem if I need to.

HOW DOES THE SAMPLE YOU'VE PROVIDED SHOW THAT YOU ACTIVELY DEMONSTRATE THIS TRAIT?

The AP statistic chapter 3 test corrections was a great example to demonstrate how I am a solution seeker in my daily life. After we take a benchmark test, my teacher grades the test and hands it back. I am able to receive a third of my missed points back, but to receive the points I have to explain why the correct answer is correct. I am able to at the time ask my teacher question to understand the reasoning on why I got the answer wrong. With doing the test

corrections I am to understand the curriculum and will be able to pass the AP exam.

Test 3

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and regression require explanatory and response variables.

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  • 5. A community college announces that the correlation between college entrance exam grades and scholastic achievement was found to be -1.08. On the basis of this you would tell the college that @Itht entrance exam is a good predictor of success.

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exam is a poor predictor of success.

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8. Ms. Amber Dextrous played a computer game that required her to click as close to the center of a

circle that appeared in a random location on the screen as quickly as she could. The computer tracked the distance (in pixels) she had to move from the center of one circle to the next and the

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