AP Statistics Review Week 1.pdf

# Unimodal and symmetric hump in the middle or skewed

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Unimodal and Symmetric (Hump in the middle) or skewed left or right (direction of skewness is decided by the tail … catch the tiger by the tail) Outliers optional Center middle of the hump….Mean or Median Spread smallest to largest…Standard Deviation or IQR ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Graphs Label your axis with an appropriate scale and context. Ask yourself if someone could read your graph and understand the problem without reading the problem. Categorical Data: Bar Charts Double Bar Charts Segmented Bar Charts. Circle Graphs though I have never seen one on an AP exam Quantitative Data: Dotplots Stemplots Histograms Ogives Cumulative frequency graph Boxplots modified (shows outliers) Comparing Distributions: DON’T USE “ while ”…… Compare using bigger, smaller, greater, less than…etc. CONTEXT CONTEXT CONTEXT!!!! Weave the descriptions together. Think about what you want to write before you do. Identify center and spread as mean, median, standard deviation etc…only if you KNOW that value….include units.

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