AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer Agenda week of September 25th to September 29th This week we will continue our study of Statistics with Unit One: Exploring and Understanding Data. We will review some basic concepts that you have probably seen before such as bar graphs, pie charts, and mean, median, and mode; however, we will focus on understanding on interpreting such charts and statistics, and what we can and what we cannot conclude from them. The big question for this week is: What are the four key elements needed to properly describe a data set? Monday: October 2 • Library to Continue Project One Tuesday: October 3 • The Standard Deviation as a ruler, Rescaling Data

Homework: Read pp 105-109. Pp.129-133:#1,2,5,6 Wednesday: October 4 • Check HW/Warm-ups • Finding Percentiles with The Normal Distribution Homework: Read pp. 110-112 Pp.129-133:#9,11,12,15 Thursday: October 5 • Check HW/ Warm-Ups • More on Finding Percentiles with the Normal Distribution Homework: Finish reading chapter 6. Pp.129-133:#25,26,27,29 Friday: October 6 • Check HW/ Warm-Ups • Chapter 6 Group Quiz for Practice Homework: Pp.129-133:#33,39

AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer Agenda week of September 25th to September 29th This week we will continue our study of Statistics with Unit One: Exploring and Understanding Data. We will review some basic concepts that you have probably seen before such as bar graphs, pie charts, and mean, median, and mode; however, we will focus on understanding on interpreting such charts and statistics, and what we can and what we cannot conclude from them. The big question for this week is: What are the four key elements needed to properly describe a data set? Monday: October 9 – No school, Columbus Day Tuesday: October 10 • Library to Continue Project One

Homework: None Wednesday: October 11 • Check HW/Warm-ups • Unit One Test Review Homework: Finish Practice Test from class Thursday: October 12 • Check HW/ Warm-Ups • Continue Unit One Test Review Homework: Study for Test Friday: October 13 • Unit One Test Homework: None

AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer

ReplyDeleteAgenda week of September 25th to September 29th

This week we will continue our study of Statistics with Unit One: Exploring and Understanding Data. We will review some basic concepts that you have probably seen before such as bar graphs, pie charts, and mean, median, and mode; however, we will focus on understanding on interpreting such charts and statistics, and what we can and what we cannot conclude from them.

The big question for this week is: What are the four key elements needed to properly describe a data set?

Monday: October 2

• Library to Continue Project One

Tuesday: October 3

• The Standard Deviation as a ruler, Rescaling Data

Homework: Read pp 105-109. Pp.129-133:#1,2,5,6

Wednesday: October 4

• Check HW/Warm-ups

• Finding Percentiles with The Normal Distribution

Homework: Read pp. 110-112 Pp.129-133:#9,11,12,15

Thursday: October 5

• Check HW/ Warm-Ups

• More on Finding Percentiles with the Normal Distribution

Homework: Finish reading chapter 6. Pp.129-133:#25,26,27,29

Friday: October 6

• Check HW/ Warm-Ups

• Chapter 6 Group Quiz for Practice

Homework: Pp.129-133:#33,39

AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer

ReplyDeleteAgenda week of September 25th to September 29th

This week we will continue our study of Statistics with Unit One: Exploring and Understanding Data. We will review some basic concepts that you have probably seen before such as bar graphs, pie charts, and mean, median, and mode; however, we will focus on understanding on interpreting such charts and statistics, and what we can and what we cannot conclude from them.

The big question for this week is: What are the four key elements needed to properly describe a data set?

Monday: October 9 – No school, Columbus Day

Tuesday: October 10

• Library to Continue Project One

Homework: None

Wednesday: October 11

• Check HW/Warm-ups

• Unit One Test Review

Homework: Finish Practice Test from class

Thursday: October 12

• Check HW/ Warm-Ups

• Continue Unit One Test Review

Homework: Study for Test

Friday: October 13

• Unit One Test

Homework: None