AP Statistics Summer Assignment 2012-2013.pdf

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a) (6,-2) and (0,5) b) (8,-5) and (3,4) _______________ __________________ _______________ __________________ 4. On graph paper, plot the given data. Label the axes and connect the points. Then determine if the function is linear, quadratic, exponential, or absolute value. (Each is used only once!) a) (-3, 4) (-2, 3.5) (-1, 3) (0, 2.5) (1, 2) (2, 1.5) (3, 1) ___________________________________ b) (-3, 4) (-2, 3) (-1, 2) (0, 1) (1, 2) (2, 3) (3, 4) ___________________________________ c) (-3, 4) (-2, 2) (-1, 1) (0, .5) (1, .25) (2, .125) (3, .0625) ___________________________________ d) (-3, 4) (-2, 7/3) (-1, 4/3) (0, 1) (1, 4/3) (2, 7/3) (3, 4) ___________________________________ 5. For each function, find f(x) for x=-3, 0, and 2 a) 2 4 ) ( - = x x f b) 2 3 ) ( x x f = = - ) 3 ( f = - ) 3 ( f = ) 0 ( f = ) 0 ( f = ) 2 ( f = ) 2 ( f 6. Evaluate )] 2 ( [ - f g and )] 3 ( [ g f for each of the following functions. a) 3 2 ) ( ; 3 ) ( = = x x g x x f b) 5 ) ( ; ) ( 2 + = - = x x g x x f = - )] 2 ( [ f g = - )] 2 ( [ f g = )] 3 ( [ g f = )] 3 ( [ g f
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TASK # 2 —Against All Odds Video Worksheet Go to . Scroll down to the middle of the page and find the first video on the page titled “What is Statistics?”. Watch the video once, then again while completing the following worksheet. You may have to pause and rewind the video to answer all questions! Video #1- What is Statistics? 1. What were the children in the experiment making? ____________________________ 2. What was Teresa’s experiment attempting to prove? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 3. What was the new item on Domino’s menu? _____________________________________ 4. What percentage liked both thin crust and thick crust pizza? ___________________ 5. What was the first stage of testing the new thick crust pizza? __________________________________ 6. In the consumer trials, how many people did Dominos select for the taste-testing? ________________ 7. What is Dominos advertising department’s job with this new product? _________________________________________________________________________________ 8. Who is the star of the previous Dominos advertisements? ___________________________ 9. What did Dominos do to see if the test commercial would be successful? ___________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 10. Fill in the blanks below.
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