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Fall Study Guide AP Stats detailed

# Fall Study Guide AP Stats detailed - 8.44b 8.45 setting&...

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Study Guide AP Stats Name ________________________ Topic Formula, definition, where to find in calculator, etc. Bias Binomial probabilities binomialpdf (n,p,k) 8.9 binomialcdf(n,p,k) 8.33a Block design 5.45 Box-plot 1.36 Causation, common 4.39, 4.41, 4.43 response, confounding Coefficient of 3.44a determination Conditional probability 6.55 Correlation 3.29, 3.37 Density curve Discrete random 7.2 variable Disjoint events addition rule 6.20c

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Double-blind 5.43 Experiment Expected Value 8.44a (geometric setting) Experimental design 5.39 principles Explanatory variable 3.1 Exponential model 4.6 P210 Extrapolation 4.27 Five – number summary 1.36 Geometric distribution

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Unformatted text preview: 8.44b, 8.45 setting & experiments Independence multiplication rule 6.27 Law of large numbers Least-squares line slope 3.52 intercept strength 3.57 Linear transformations 4.19 Lurking variable 4.38-4.42 Matched pairs design 5.44 Normal curve 2.20 z- scores Observational study 5.5 Outlier 1.39, 3.48 P46 Influential point Percentile 2.14 Placebo 5.34 Power Model 4.15 P219 Probability Rules Addition 6.48 Multiplication 6.54 Symbols Randomization 5.39 Residual Plot 3.61 P174 Skewness 2.4 Standard deviation population Binomial 8.20b Geometric Stratified Random 5.10 sample Tree diagram 6.63 Uniform distribution 2.2 Variance...
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