AP Stats Summer Work.pdf

# For each of the articles highlight the statistics

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For each of the articles, highlight the statistics mentioned and answer the following questions on another sheet of paper: a. What was the purpose of the article? Why was it written? b. Were any conclusions states? Is so, what were they? c. Is the article convincing? Do you believe the stated results? Explain. BE SURE TO INCLUDE A COPY OF EACH ARTICLE APPROPRIATELY MOUNTED, WITH ITS SOURCE. 4. Algebra I & II practice . Copy the information for each problem onto your own paper and answer the questions: On graph paper, sketch the graph and state the slope and y-intercept of each line: a. y 2 3 (2 x 4) b. 3 x +2 y =14 c. 1 3 y 6 x 4 Solve for the variable: d. 4( x 2) 3 2 x e. 1 3 n 3 n 2 f. 9(2 p 1) 3 p 4 p 6 g. 2 3 y 8 27 h. ( q 12)3 5 q 2 i. m 12 5 6 5 24 j. 3 x 2 343 0 k. x 2 8 x 7 0 l. 2 x 9 21 m. 2 x 10 x 1 n. ln x = 1.6873 o. log 3 81 x p. log 3 x 5 q. log x 256 8 r. log 42.117 = .4x 3.08 s. log 5 ( x 4) 0 Write the equation of the line containing the given points: t. (6, 2) and (0, 5) u. perpendicular to: y =2 x 1, contains (2, 7) For each function, find f(x) for x   3, 0, 2 v. f ( x ) 4 x 2 w. f ( x ) 3 x 2 On your graph paper, create and sketch a(n): x. linear function y. exponential function z. quadratic function 5. Suggested reading

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