The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Tuesday 1/30: Probability Rules • More Practice on Probability Rules • Introduce Casino Game

Homework: (Chapter 16): #2,4,6,8,10

Wednesday 1/31: Probability Rules • Notes on Probability Rules

Homework: (Chapter 16): #12,14,16,18,20

Thursday 2/1: Probability Rules • Notes on Probability Rules

The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Monday 2/5 • More Practice on Probability Rules • Casino Game / Fair game

Homework: Read Chapter 16 "What Have We Learned? pp.381-2 Tuesday 2/6: Probability Rules • More Practice on Probability Rules • HIV and Conditional Probability

Homework: (Chapter 16): #1,3,5,7,9

Wednesday 2/7: Probability Rules • Notes on Probability Rules • Casino Game Practice

Homework: (Chapter 16): #11,13,15,17,19

Thursday 2/8: Probability Rules • Notes on Probability Rules

The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Monday 2/12 • Notes on Geometric and Binomial Distributions • Probability Practice

Homework: Read Chapter 17

Tuesday 2/13: Geometric and Binomial Distributions • More Practice on Probability • HIV and Conditional Probability Casino Game Time

Homework: (Chapter 17): #1,3,5,7,9

Wednesday 2/14: Probability Recap • Notes on Probability Rules • Casino Game Time

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?

Monday 2/19: President’s Day – No School

Homework: Read Chapter 18

Tuesday 2/20: Sampling Distributions • Warm-ups • Notes and Examples of Sampling Distributions • The Central Limit Theorem – The Fundamental Theorem of Statistics

Homework: Chapter 18 1-9 odds

Wednesday 2/21: More on Sampling Distributions • Warm-ups/ Check HW • More notes on the Central Limit Theorem • Simulations for the Central Limit Theorem • Classwork

Homework: Chapter 18 #11-19 odds

Thursday 2/22: Confidence Intervals for Proportions • Warm-ups/ Check HW • Notes and Examples of Confidence Intervals for Proportions

Homework: Chapter 18: # 21-29 odds

Friday 2/23: Hypothesis Tests for Proportions • Warm-ups/ Check HW • Notes and Examples on Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

This Week in AP Statistics

ReplyDeleteUnit 4 – Probability

The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Tuesday 1/30: Probability Rules

• More Practice on Probability Rules

• Introduce Casino Game

Homework: (Chapter 16): #2,4,6,8,10

Wednesday 1/31: Probability Rules

• Notes on Probability Rules

Homework: (Chapter 16): #12,14,16,18,20

Thursday 2/1: Probability Rules

• Notes on Probability Rules

Homework: Exercise (Chapter 16): #22,24,26,28,30

Friday 2/2 Project Time

• In Class

This Week in AP Statistics

ReplyDeleteUnit 4 – Probability

The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Monday 2/5

• More Practice on Probability Rules

• Casino Game / Fair game

Homework: Read Chapter 16 "What Have We Learned? pp.381-2

Tuesday 2/6: Probability Rules

• More Practice on Probability Rules

• HIV and Conditional Probability

Homework: (Chapter 16): #1,3,5,7,9

Wednesday 2/7: Probability Rules

• Notes on Probability Rules

• Casino Game Practice

Homework: (Chapter 16): #11,13,15,17,19

Thursday 2/8: Probability Rules

• Notes on Probability Rules

Homework: Exercise (Chapter 16): #21,23,25,27,29

Friday 2/9 Project Time,16,18,20

• In Class

This Week in AP Statistics

ReplyDeleteUnit 4 – Probability

The big picture: This week we will continue our unit on Probability. Probability gives the basis for statistical hypothesis testing, allowing us to make conclusions about a study that we can infer hold for the population as a whole.

Essential Question: How unusual must observed results be in order to be called statistically significant?

Monday 2/12

• Notes on Geometric and Binomial Distributions

• Probability Practice

Homework: Read Chapter 17

Tuesday 2/13: Geometric and Binomial Distributions

• More Practice on Probability

• HIV and Conditional Probability

Casino Game Time

Homework: (Chapter 17): #1,3,5,7,9

Wednesday 2/14: Probability Recap

• Notes on Probability Rules

• Casino Game Time

Homework: (Chapter 17): #11,13,15,17,19

Thursday 2/15: Casino Day

Homework: Exercise (Chapter 17): #21,23,25,27,29

Friday 2/16 Casino Day

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?

Monday 2/19: President’s Day – No School

Homework: Read Chapter 18

Tuesday 2/20: Sampling Distributions

• Warm-ups

• Notes and Examples of Sampling Distributions

• The Central Limit Theorem – The Fundamental Theorem of Statistics

Homework: Chapter 18 1-9 odds

Wednesday 2/21: More on Sampling Distributions

• Warm-ups/ Check HW

• More notes on the Central Limit Theorem

• Simulations for the Central Limit Theorem

• Classwork

Homework: Chapter 18 #11-19 odds

Thursday 2/22: Confidence Intervals for Proportions

• Warm-ups/ Check HW

• Notes and Examples of Confidence Intervals for Proportions

Homework: Chapter 18: # 21-29 odds

Friday 2/23: Hypothesis Tests for Proportions

• Warm-ups/ Check HW

• Notes and Examples on Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

Homework: Have a nice vacation!