AP Statistics

Welcome to the AP Statistics page.  Here you will find the links necessary for class for references, handouts, quizzes, and tests.

POTLUCK

END OF YEAR VIDEO

  • Upload your video to YouTube and submit your names and link on this page.

CHAPTER 11

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)

CHAPTER 10

AP FRQ Review

CHAPTER 9

CHAPTER 6

CHAPTER 5

  • HW Day 0 (complete prior to us starting Chapter 5) –

CHAPTER 3

SHIRT ORDER

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:

  1. 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).
  2. 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?
6 12 23 15.5 18.5 6 22 15
23.5 9.5 14.5 10 20.5 16 17 22.5
21.5 15 20 5 10 10.5 6 5
10 15 18 9 26.5 9 17 14
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SUMMER ASSIGNMENT 2015

  1. 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.
    1. Use Windows Movie Maker (or similar application) to put your photos to a song.
    2. Your name should appear in the opening.
    3. Include a quote that is inspirational to you.
    4. The closing credits should include your name as well as the name and artist of the song.
  2. Join “Mrs. Miranda’s AP CS and AP Stats Page” on Facebook.
  3. Problem solvers – There’s a problem.  It sucks.  Don’t just say, “Oh, well.”  Say, “How can I fix it?”
    1. 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.
    2. 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).
    3. 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.

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