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Chapter 4: Designing Studies
Section 4.1
Samples and Surveys
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Chapter 4
Designing Studies
4.1
Samples and Surveys
4.2
Experiments
4.3
Using Studies Wisely
+ Section 4.1
Samples an
Two-Sample
Proportions
Inference
Inference
Sampling Distributions for the
difference in proportions
difference
Whentossingpennies,theprobabilityofthecoinlandingonheadsis0.5.However,
whenspinningthecoin,theprobabilityofthecoinlandingonheadsis0.4.Lets
inves
Two-Sample
Inference
Procedures with
Means
Suppose we have a population of
adult
men with a mean height of
71 inches and
standard deviation
of 2.6 inches. We
also have a population of adult women with a
mean height of 65 inches and standard
deviation of 2
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Chapter 12: More About Regression
Section 12.2
Transforming to Achieve Linearity
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
STARNES, YATES, MOORE
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Chapter 12
More About Regression
12.1
Inference for Linear Regression
12.2
Transforming to Achieve
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Chapter 6: Random Variables
Section 6.2
Transforming and Combining Random Variables
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
STARNES, YATES, MOORE
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Chapter 6
Random Variables
6.1
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
6.2
Transforming and Co
Hypothesis Tests
Hypothesis
OneSampleMeans
HowcanItelliftheyreallyare
Example2:Agovernmentagencyhas
underweight?
receivednumerouscomplaintsthata
particularrestauranthasbeenselling
Hypothesis test
underweighthamburgers.Therestaurant
will help me
advertises
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Chapter 9: Testing a Claim
Section 9.2
Tests About a Population Proportion
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
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Chapter 9
Testing a Claim
9.1
Significance Tests: The Basics
9.2
Tests about a Population Proportion
9.
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Chapter 9: Testing a Claim
Section 9.3
Tests About a Population Mean
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
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Chapter 9
Testing a Claim
9.1
Significance Tests: The Basics
9.2
Tests about a Population Proportion
9.3
Test
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Chapter 9: Testing a Claim
Section 9.1
Significance Tests: The Basics
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
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Chapter 9
Testing a Claim
9.1
Significance Tests: The Basics
9.2
Tests about a Population Proportion
9.3
Tes
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Chapter 3: Describing Relationships
Section 3.1
Scatterplots and Correlation
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
STARNES, YATES, MOORE
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Chapter 3
Describing Relationships
3.1
Scatterplots and Correlation
3.2
Least-Squares Regression
+ Sec
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
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Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
7.2
Sample Proportions
7.3
Sa
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.2
Sample Proportions
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Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
7.2
Sample Proportions
7.3
Sample Means
+ S
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Chapter 4: Designing Studies
Section 4.3
Using Studies Wisely
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
STARNES, YATES, MOORE
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Chapter 4
Designing Studies
4.1
Samples and Surveys
4.2
Experiments
4.3
Using Studies Wisely
+ Section 4.3
Using Stu
Why is the study of variability
important?
important?
Allows us to distinguish between
usual & unusual values
In some situations, want more/less
variability
scores on standardized tests
time bombs
medicine
Measures of Variability
Measures
range (max
School Uniforms
Most schools have uniform policies, ours does too but its not being enforced as much as
it should be. Usually around the school I see people wearing black shirts instead of their red,
blue, or white polo, including myself. Uniform enforcem
Hialeah High School
Summer Reading Project
Novels by Grade Level
9th grade:
The Alchemist by Paul Coelho
10th grade: Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
11th grade: The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
12th grade: 1984 by George Orwell
Assignment: Read the novel
CHEMICAL CHANGE 17.3
Chapter Seventeen:
Chemical Change
17.1 Chemical Reactions
17.2 Balancing Equations
17.3 Classifying Reactions
Chapter 17.3 Learning Goals
Classify reactions based on how
atoms combine to create new
substances.
Discuss applications of
Yosmay Maragoto
02/02/17
Per.3
Is Survival Selfish?
Is survival really selfish? Many people argue over this same topic. Survival is
not selfish, often people dont know the situation the individuals were on and still judge
them for saving themselves. Usual
Forces and Ideas That Unite Us
There are many ideas that unite us as Americans. For example, the idea of equality or
the idea of liberty, these are basic things that everyone desires, and our country gives it to us as
birthrights. We came to this country
Name: _ Date: _ Period: _
_ by _
(Title)
Prominent Characters (1 point each)
1
(Author)
Characteristics/What they represent in the novel (1 point each)
2
3
4
5
Major Plot Events (2 points each)
1
2
3
4
5
Point of View(s): First Person, Second Person, Thir
Online Friends
Meeting people online has become very popular over the years. There are even online
dating sites such as Badoo and Match.com, where you can meet and talk to new people. This
isnt the only use of social networking; most people use it to stay
JROTC CULTURAL STUDIES
Classwork and homework Monday/Tuesday due Wednesday and
Friday
The above link will send you to the House of Representative website to find your representative. If
possible, know your zip+4 prior to signing on.
Find Your Representati
Political culture
Bell Ringer:
Explain the term political culture. Why is it important to
examine political culture as well as political institutions
and laws to understand a political system.
Agenda:
Reading Quiz
Political Culture
Homework:
Bring textboo
The Values that
Unite Us
Chapter 1
Section 3
Beliefs
Certain ideas that we trust
are true
Values
Standards of behavior
Help us decide how we should
act and how we should live our
lives
Discuss
OWhat is the role of
beliefs and values in
American society
Student Resource 2.2
Worksheet: Business Forms and Types Case Studies
Student Names:_ Date:_
Directions: Read the following case studies and determine the following: 1) business form, 2) rationale for
business form, 3) at least two advantages and two disa
Errors in Hypothesis Tests
Errors
When you perform a hypothesis test
you make a decision:
you
reject H0 or fail to reject H0
When you make one
of these decisions,
there is a possibility
that you could be
wrong!
That you made an
error!
There are two decisi
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.3
Sample Means
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
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Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
7.2
Sample Proportions
7.3
Sample Means
+ Section
Regression
Regression
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Regression
Regression
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you expect
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for weigh
This She ouldother
distributionadult
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heights?
v ormally
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64
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