Statistics

Welcome to AP Statistics!


Here is a link to Project One.


Here is a link to a youtube video that will show you how to do regression on your TI.84:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_h7nqNqgPs

Here is a link to the Against All Odds videos

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  1. AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer
    Agenda week of September 11th to September 15th
    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:September 11th
    • Age and Political Ideology Groupwork
    • Displays of Quantitative Data: Histograms, Stem and Leaf and Dotplots.
    • Activity “2-1 Hypothetical Exam Scores” – Comparing dotplots
    Homework: Exercises: p.17 problem 20, pp. 38-39 problems 11,13,16.Read pp.20-24
    Tuesday: September 12th
    • No School - Teacher workshops


    Wednesday: September 13th
    • Check HW/Warm-ups
    • Chapter 3 Investigative Task
    • Describing and Displaying Quantitative Data: Center and Spread
    Homework: Read pp 24-30 pp40-41 #19-22

    Thursday: September 14th
    • Practice on shape center and spread – Let’s break out the TI 84’S!
    • Chapter 3 Investigative Task Again
    • Dice Simulation for practicing with histograms.
    Homework: Finish reading Chapter 3 (pp30-37).pp42-43: #34-36

    Friday: September 15th
    • Notes on Boxplots and five-number summaries.
    • Chapter 4 Investigative Task

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  2. AP Statistics Mr. Sitomer
    Agenda week of September 11th to September 15th
    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: September 18
    • Accuplacer Warm-ups
    • Mindset survey
    • More Accuplacer practice
    Homework: Accuplacer 5
    Tuesday: September 19
    • Chapter 3 practice
    • Begin notes on Chapter 4: Displaying quantitative data

    Homework: Read pp 46-54 p.72: #5,7,9,11,12.
    Wednesday: September 20
    • Check HW/Warm-ups
    • Chapter 4 Practice
    • Describing and Displaying Quantitative Data: Center and Spread
    Homework: Finish reading Chapter 4
    Thursday: September 21
    • Practice on shape center and spread – Let’s break out the TI 84’S!
    • Finish the Chapter 4 notes.
    • Dice Simulation for practicing with histograms.
    Homework: pp72-78: #6,10, 30, 31
    Friday: September 22
    • Notes on Boxplots and five-number summaries.
    • Chapter 4 Investigative Task
    Homework: Read Chapter 5

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