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“FRAPPY” {Free Response AP Problem...Yay!} The following problem is taken from an actual Advanced Placement Statistics Examination. Your task is to generate a complete, concise statistical response in 15 minutes. You will be graded based on the AP rubric and will earn a score of 0-4. After grading, keep this problem in your binder for your AP Exam preparation. 2007B Problem 3 The United States Department of Energy is conducting an experiment to compare the heat gain in houses using two different types of windows, A and B. Six windows of each type are available for the experiment. The Department has constructed a house with twelve windows as shown on the floor plan below.
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