SAT problem part I

# SAT problem part I - Natalie Cook AP Statistics SAT...

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Natalie Cook Mrs. Arkan AP Statistics 20 February 2008 SAT Performance Analysis Project Questions to explore: 1. What is the mean SAT-Math score at this high school? 2. How do these students’ SAT Math scores stack up against the rest of the state? Investigation: Random Sample Selection Procedure - I numbered the given scores one through 303, counting vertically on the given lists. I then used the Random Integer function on my TI-84+ calculator to perform RandInt (1, 303, 30). The thirty numbers (representing students) generated were: 180, 54, 228, 17, 242, 218, 107, 62, 230, 137, 49, 91, 154, 127, 243, 280, 41, 123, 288, 215, 42, 52, 56, 99, 176, 256, 41, 86, 40, 263. The issue of replacement was non-applicable because there were no repeated numbers generated by the calculator. Student number Student score 180 760 54 620 228 620 17 420 242 570 218 670

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## This note was uploaded on 09/22/2008 for the course STAT APSTAT taught by Professor Arkan during the Fall '07 term at Marymount.

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