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Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics
Section 2.1 Frequency Distributions and their Graphs (p 32)
A frequency distribution is a table that shows classes or intervals of data entries with a count of
the number of entries in each class. The frequency, f, of a c
AP Statistics Quiz A Chapter 7 Key
1. After conducting a survey of his students, a professor reported that There appears to be a
strong correlation between grade point average and whether or not a student works. Comment
on this observation.
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
A variable is a characteristic or condition that can change or take on different values.
Most research begins with a general question about the relationship between two variables for a
specific group of individuals.
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Chapter 9
Sampling Distributions
The inferential methods we will learn in the
coming chapters will be based on using
information from a sample to reach a conclusion
about the population. In order to use this
information, we must develop an understanding
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Quiz 10.1A AP StatistiCs . Name:
suppose you administer a certain aptitude test to a simple random sample of 9 students in your school,
and that the average score is 105. From past experience, scores on such a test among students like
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The key points of this chapter include:
Relationships Between Two Variables
Explanatory vs. Response Variables
Creating Scatterplots
By Hand
Graphing Calculator
Correlation of Two Variables
Least-Squares Regression Lines
Display of the relation between tw
Linear description of how a response variable changes
with an explanatory variable
Least-squares regression line is a mathematical model
Only describes trends, not actual data points
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r is the coefficient of determination
Fraction of variation in y that