Welcome to the AP Statistics page. Here you will find the links necessary for class for references, handouts, quizzes, and tests.
END OF YEAR VIDEO
- Upload your video to YouTube and submit your names and link on this page.
HOMEWORK FOR SPRING BREAK
- FRQ 2014 and 2015
- FRAPPY! Chapter 10 (in book, page 662)
- Day 3 and 4 HW
- Cumulative AP Practice Tests 1-3 (pages: 282, 470, 669)
AP FRQ Review
- Enter rubric scores from the gallery walk.
- HW Day 0 (complete prior to us starting Chapter 5) –
- Watch the first 4 videos for Chapter 5 at The Practice of Stats Website
- Read Section 5.1 and 5.2 Notes
- Enter the data for Activity: CSI Stats: The case of the missing cookies HERE.
- Correlation and Regression applet
Place your AP Stats 2015-2016 shirt order online at – Custom Ink. If possible, pay online. Otherwise bring your money to class. The shirt will cost approximately $15.06. The price might go up or down depending on how many shirts are ordered.
DISCOVERY PROJECT PROPOSAL
The form you’ll need to complete and have approved can be found here – Discovery Project Idea Proposal.
HW – October 7, 2015:
- Test corrections: Redo the problems you missed. In your work, state what made you give your original answer and what thinking now changed your answer. Put all new responses on a separate sheet of paper(s).
- Create an appropriate graph for the following score data. Also, describe the distribution. If the scores are curved, what scores would constitute an A, B, C, D and F?
SUMMER ASSIGNMENT 2015
- Take pictures over the summer. Your first project (due September 14, 2015) is a short video introducing yourself to the class. Length – 2-3 Minutes.
- Use Windows Movie Maker (or similar application) to put your photos to a song.
- Your name should appear in the opening.
- Include a quote that is inspirational to you.
- The closing credits should include your name as well as the name and artist of the song.
- Join “Mrs. Miranda’s AP CS and AP Stats Page” on Facebook.
- Problem solvers – There’s a problem. It sucks. Don’t just say, “Oh, well.” Say, “How can I fix it?”
- Identify THREE circumstances/problems/issues that you feel need to have a solution or be improved upon. For example, the vending machine always seems to rejects your coins.
- Research how it currently works or is the way it is. For example, vending machines determine the value of the coin by the size and shape. (2 pages minimum double-spaced).
- Come up “with a better way”. How would you improve the system? Your proposed solution must be grounded in reality. (1 page minimum double-spaced). For example, people and animals can identify things by sound, if a vending machine could do that, it might not reject the coins as often.