AP Statistics will introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students will prepare to take the AP Statistics test. This course will be different than any other mathematics course you have completed. Learning statistics does involve some formulas and procedures, but it is also reading and writing intensive. Most importantly, this course requires the use of thinking and common sense.
A graphing calculator is required. The TI84 will be used for demonstration.
Please carefully read the Syllabus / Expectations for details on how this course will operate
A graphing calculator is required. The TI84 will be used for demonstration.
Please carefully read the Syllabus / Expectations for details on how this course will operate
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Chapter 8 Learning Goals:
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 construct and interpret confidence intervals for population proportions.
 understand the use of t distribution.
 construct and interpret confidence intervals for population means.
 determine the sample size required to obtain a C% confidence interval with a specified margin of error.
8.1a
8.1b
8.2a
8.2b
8.3a
8.3b
Chapter 7
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 distinguish between a parameter and a statistic.
 describe sampling distributions.
 use normal approximation for the distribution of p^.
 understand the sampling distribution of x.
 understand the Central Limit Theorem.
7.1
7.2
7.3a
7.3b
Chapter 6
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 compute probabilities using the probability distribution of discrete and certain continuous random variables.
 calculate and interpret the mean (expected value) and standard deviation of discrete random variables.
 describe the effects of linear transformations on a random variable.
 find the mean and standard deviation of the sum or difference of independent random variables.
 verify conditions are met for binomial distributions and calculate their probabilities.
 calculate and interpret the mean and standard deviation of a binomial random variable.
 find probabilities involving geometric random variables.
6.1a
6.1b
6.2a
6.2b
6.3a
6.3b
6.3c
Chapter 5
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 interpret probability as a longrun relative frequency.
 use simulation to model chance behavior.
 determine a probability model for a chance process.
 use a twoway table, Venn diagram, and/or a tree diagram to model a chance process.
 calculate and interpret probabilities.
 determine whether two events are independent.
5.1
5.2a
5.2b
5.3a
5.3b
Chapter 4
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 identify the population and sample in a statistical study.
 identify and understand various sampling methods.
 explain how aspects of sample surveys can lead to bias.
 distinguish between an observational study and an experiment.
 explain the concept of confounding and how it limits causeandeffect conclusions.
 identify and describe elements of experimental design.
 interpret the meaning of statistically significant in the context of an experiment.
4.1a
4.1b
4.1c
4.2a
4.2b
4.2c
4.2d
4.3
Chapter 3
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 make and interpret scatterplots.
 calculate and interpret correlation, and understand its properties .
 explain why association does not imply causation.
 calculate and interpret equations of leastsquares regression lines.
 calculate and interpret residuals, including residual plots.
 describe the effect of outliers on all of the above.
3.1a
3.1b
3.2a
3.2b
3.2c
3.2d
Chapter 2 Learning Goals
Students will be able to…
Students will be able to…
 describe location in a distribution.
 understand and apply density curves and normal distributions.
2.1a
2.1b
2.2a
2.2b
2.2c
Chapter 1 Learning Goals
Students will be able to...
Students will be able to...
 analyze categorical data.
 display quantitative data with graphs.
 describe quantitative data with numbers