The big picture: Inferential statistics is the branch of statistics that allows us to make claims about a population by looking at statistics from a much smaller sample. Sampling distributions are the underlying models we use to make inferences.

Essential Question: How do we use statistics to test a claim about a population proportion?

Tuesday 5/30: More on Hypothesis Testing • Warm-ups/ check homework • Chapter 21 Notes • Final Project Proposals

Homework: Chapter 21 Quiz A Practice

Wednesday 5/31: Hypothesis Testing for Proportions • Warm-ups/ Check HW • Review Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals for Two Proportions

Homework: Chapter 22 Quiz A Practice

Thursday 6/1: More on Hypothesis Testing for Proportions • Warm-ups/ Check HW • Unit V Review

Homework: Inference for Proportions Review

Friday 6/2: Confidence Intervals for Means • Check HW • Confidence Intervals for Means •

This Week in AP Statistics

ReplyDeleteUnit 5 – Introduction to Statistical Inference

The big picture: Inferential statistics is the branch of statistics that allows us to make claims about a population by looking at statistics from a much smaller sample. Sampling distributions are the underlying models we use to make inferences.

Essential Question: How do we use statistics to test a claim about a population proportion?

Tuesday 5/30: More on Hypothesis Testing

• Warm-ups/ check homework

• Chapter 21 Notes

• Final Project Proposals

Homework: Chapter 21 Quiz A Practice

Wednesday 5/31: Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

• Warm-ups/ Check HW

• Review Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Intervals for Two Proportions

Homework: Chapter 22 Quiz A Practice

Thursday 6/1: More on Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

• Warm-ups/ Check HW

• Unit V Review

Homework: Inference for Proportions Review

Friday 6/2: Confidence Intervals for Means

• Check HW

• Confidence Intervals for Means

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