Kiss Lab
Standard Deviation
AP Statistics 2015
Group Members:
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A. Initial Guess to which kiss will vary the most. _
Why?
B. Insert Images of your Graphs here: (delete the text when you do)
C. Write Up: Compare and contrast the three distribution
M&M Experiment: Karl Opara
Observations- In Mrs. Greens classroom, I notice a bottle of M&Ms sitting at the very front of the
classroom.
Question- The question is, how many M&Ms are in the bottle?
HypothesisIf I use mass to figure out the question, I woul
Experimental Design-Blocking FRQ
Students are designing an experiment to compare the productivity of two
varieties of dwarf fruit trees. The site for the experiment is a field that is
bordered by a densely forested area on the west (left) side. The field
Mens shirt sizes are determined by their neck sizes. Suppose that mens neck sizes are
approximately normally distributed with mean 15.7 inches and standard deviation 0.7 inch. A
retailer sells mens shirts in sizes S, M, L, XL, where the shirt sizes are de
Discuss the difference between disjoint (mutually exclusive) and joint outcomes. Give examples
of each.
A joint outcome is one that must specifically have answers and they cannot be the same value.
For example, the probability of getting a 2 and a 5 rolli