AP STATISTICS
2008 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B)
Question 5
Intent of Question
The primary goals of this question were to assess a students ability to (1) describe the distribution of the
difference of two normal random variables and (2) use this distributi

Quiz 7.1A
AP Statistics
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The probabilities that a customer selects 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 items at a convenience store are 0.32, 0.12,
0.23, 0.18, and 0.15, respectively.
1. Construct a probability distribution (table) for the data, and draw a probability

AP-Stats-2005-Q2-B
For an upcoming concert, each customer may purchase up to 3 child tickets and 3 adult tickets. Let C be the number of
child tickets purchased by a single customer. The probability distribution of the number of child tickets purchased by

Binomial Probabilities:
Ori has a 75% average shooting free throws. In Saturday's game, he has 7 attempts and only
makes 3 of them. Is Ori in a slump? What's the probability that Ori makes at most 3 free
throws out of 7?
P(X<=3)
binomCdf(7,0.75,0,3) 0.070

Binomial Distributions Day 1
1) The binomial Setting
a) Each observation falls into one of just two categories, which for convenience we
call Success or failure.
b) There is a fixed number n of observations
c) The n observations are all independent. That

Chapter 6 AP Statistics Free-Response Practice Questions
2. Airlines routinely merbook flights because they expect a certain number of Ito-shows. An airline runs a 5 P. M.
commuter ight from Wadungton. D. C. to New York City on a plane that holds 38 passe

Lesson A1 - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
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Before we begin to write actual programs, we need to introduce a few basic concepts of
object-oriented programming, th

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D. Compiling and Running a
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1. A programmer writes the text of a program using a software p

Java Curriculum for AP Computer Science, Worksheet A7.2
WORKSHEET A7.2
printf Review
1. Find the errors in the following lines of code. If there are no errors, write correct.
a.
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f.
System.out.printf($%,10.2, 9326.37);
System.out.printf(%5s, Hi

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Methods
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1. While a program is running, we create objects from class definitions to accomplish
tasks. A task can range from drawing