AP STAT CH 13
1 Pat wants to compare the cost of one- and two-bedroom apartments in the area of her college
campus.
She collects data for a random sample of 10 advertisements of each type. Here are the rents for
the
two-bedroom apartments (in dollars per
AP STAT CH 12
1 Prop Z test- propotions and sig test. 1 Prop Z intervalproportion confidence interval. Confidence interval provides a
range of plausible values for the true pop parameter that sig test
does not. Power of a stat test measures its ability to
AP STAT CH 11
A null hypothesis is a statement being tested in a significance
test, statement of no effect no difference or no change from
historical values. The claim about the population we are trying to
find evidence for is the alternative hypothesis.
AP STAT NOTECARD CH 10
A 95% Confidence Interval for the mean of a population is
computed from a random sample and found to be 9+/- 3. We may
conclude that- if we took many, many additional random samples
and from each computed a 95% confidence interval,
AP STAT NOTECARD CH 13
Pat wants to compare the cost of one- and two-bedroom apartments
in the area of her college campus.She collects data for a random
sample of 10 advertisements of each type. Here are the rents for
the two-bedroom apartments (in dollar
AP STAT CH 13
1 Pat wants to compare the cost of one- and two-bedroom apartments in the area of her college
campus.
She collects data for a random sample of 10 advertisements of each type. Here are the rents for
the
two-bedroom apartments (in dollars per
AP STAT CH 12
1 Prop Z test- propotions and sig test. 1 Prop Z intervalproportion confidence interval. Confidence interval provides a
range of plausible values for the true pop parameter that sig test
does not. Power of a stat test measures its ability to
Ap Stat Final Notecard
Stemplot- quick pic of shape of distribution, best for small #of observations. Histograms- dont display actual values, break
into classes, lg sets of data. Frequency in histogram is number of variables/the count.single quantitative
AP STAT CH 11
A null hypothesis is a statement being tested in a significance
test, statement of no effect no difference or no change from
historical values. The claim about the population we are trying to
find evidence for is the alternative hypothesis.
AP STAT NOTECARD CH 10
A 95% Confidence Interval for the mean of a population is
computed from a random sample and found to be 9+/- 3. We may
conclude that- if we took many, many additional random samples
and from each computed a 95% confidence interval,
AP STAT NOTECARD CH 13
Pat wants to compare the cost of one- and two-bedroom apartments
in the area of her college campus.She collects data for a random
sample of 10 advertisements of each type. Here are the rents for
the two-bedroom apartments (in dollar