AP Stats Summer Work.pdf

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(extra credit available for completing the associated worksheet send me an e- mail if you would like a copy of the worksheet): Damned Lies and Statistics: Untangling Numbers from the Media, Politicians, and Activists -- by Joel Best; Hardcover. Available through the public library or on Amzaon.com, buy used & new from: \$14.00 How to Lie With Statistics -- by Darrell Huff, Irving Geis (Illustrator); Paperback On Amazon.com, buy new: \$9.56 buy used & new from: \$7.95 6. Data collection. Use the following worksheet to collect data on the gas consumption of your car for the entire summer. Record the date, the odometer reading, the number of gallons of gas you put in the car, and the cost per gallon. If you don’t drive or have a car, get your parents or an older sibling to do it with you. We will use this data when the class starts to complete a project and several in- class activities.

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Car #: Primary Driver: Make: Model: Year: ONE CAR PER SHEET!! COMPLETE this Section over the SUMMER SAVE this section for the FALL Date Odometer Mileage Number of Gallons Price per Gallon Number of miles Total Cost Miles per Gallon Cost per mile Feel free to contact me by e-mail over the summer at [email protected] with any questions you have.
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