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AP Statistics - Review: Free Response Quizzes (Growing Bundle)
I call them "Wind Back Wednesdays." These quizzes are designed to review concepts that are regularly tested on the College Board exam. This growing bundle will include at least 20 review quizzes when complete. Answer keys are included. -Review 1A: Experimental Design-Review 1B: Sampling Methods-Revi...
AP Statistics - Unit 4 Bundled: Inference (Growing Bundle)
This is a growing bundle that will contain all 17 lessons for the Inference Unit. The lessons included in this bundle: -Confidence Intervals (3 lessons: Intro, proportions, and means) -Significance Tests (3 lessons: Intro, proportions, and means) -Comparing two Populations (4 lessons: confidence intervals and significance
AP Statistics - Chi-Square Bundle (Growing Bundle)
In these lessons students will: • State the hypotheses and calculate the expected values for GOF • Calculate the chi-square statistic (χ2), degrees of freedom, and P-value for GOF • Perform a Chi-Square GOF test • Follow up analysis when the results of GOF are statistically significant •Compare conditional distributions •State hypotheses and calculate expected counts for
AP Statistics-Activitity Based Review: Descriptive Statistics
In this review students will: -Collect data to analyze hand length -Graphically display data with a dotplot, boxplot, histogram and stemplot -Describe a univariate distribution -Calculate the mean, standard deviation, variance, and IQR for the data -Mathematically test for
AP Statistics- Chapter 4 Bundle: Correlation and Regression
This Bundle contains 5 lessons on Correlation and Regression Analysis. Lesson 1: Correlation Lesson 2: Correlation and Scatterplots Lesson 3: Least-Squares Regression Lesson 4: Examining Residual Plots Lesson 5: Regression Analysis Individual lessons have more detailed descriptions.
Statistics - Unit 6 -Confidence Intervals (Growing Bundle)
This bundle contains three lessons. -Lesson 1: Confidence Intervals for means -Lesson 2: Confidence Intervals for means (small samples) -Lesson 3: Confidence Intervals for proportions These lessons contain key vocabulary. Students will calculate point estimates, find mimimum sample sizes needed to estimate the population parameters, and construct confidence intervals.
AP Statistics - Probability: Part 2
This is the second lesson in a series of 4 lessons in the Probability Unit for AP Statistics.Students will: -Define key vocabulary -Describe a probability event for a chance process -Use probability rules to calculate probabilities -Use a two-way tables and Venn diagrams to model a probability event and calculate
AP Statistics-Discrete and Continuous Random Variables:Probability Distributions
This is the fifth lesson in the Probability Unit for AP Statistics and the first lesson in a series of five lessons covering random variables.Students will: -Calculate probabilities using a probability distribution -Calculate the mean of a discrete random variable and interpret it in context...
AP Statistics - Describing Locations of Data in a Distribution
This is the fifth lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. Students will: -Be introduced to key vocabulary -Locate and interpret the percentile of an individual in a distribution -Use a cumulative frequency graph to estimate percentiles of an individual -Calculate and interpret the standardized score (z-score) of an observation in a
AP Statistics- Unit 1 Bundled: Experimental Design (Growing Bundle)
This bundle contains all four lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics. Lesson 1: Students will: -be exposed to fundamental vocabulary, -identify individuals and variables in a set of data -decide if a variable is quantitative or