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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
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Chapter 9: Testing a Claim
Section 9.2
Tests About a Population Proportion
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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 9.1
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
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Chapter 3
Describing Relationships
3.1
Scatterplots and Correlation
3.2
Least-Squares Regression
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
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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
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.3
Sample Means
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Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
7.1
What is a Sampling Distribution?
7.2
Sample Proportions
7.3
Sample Means
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Regression
Regression
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Regression
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Chapter Review
A z-score is:
a)
b)
c)
d)
The mean of the distribution
The deviation from the mean divided
by the standard deviation
Always positive
The standard error
The mean score on a certain
mathematics aptitude test is 72, with a
standard deviation o
Power of a test
Power
The power of a test (against a
power
specific alternative value)
Istheprobabilitythatthetestwillrejectthe
nullhypothesiswhenthealternativeistrue
Inpractice,wecarryoutthetestinhopeof
showingthatthenullhypothesisisfalse,so
highpoweri
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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
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
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
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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
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
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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
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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 2: Modeling Distributions of Data
Section 2.2
Normal Distributions
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Chapter 2
Modeling Distributions of Data
2.1
Describing Location in a Distribution
2.2
Normal Distribu
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Chapter 2: Modeling Distributions of Data
Section 2.1
Describing Location in a Distribution
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Chapter 2
Modeling Distributions of Data
2.1
Describing Location in a Distribution
2.
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 1: Exploring Data
Section 1.2
Displaying Quantitative Data with Graphs
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Chapter 1
Exploring Data
Introduction:
Data Analysis: Making Sense of Data
1.1
Analyzing Categoric
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Chapter 6: Random Variables
Section 6.1
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
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Chapter 6
Random Variables
6.1
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
6.2
Transforming and Combi
Continuous
Random
Variables
Variables
Continuousrandomvariables
Continuousrandomvariables
Are numerical variables
whose values fall within a
range or interval
Are measurements
Can be described by
density curves
Density curves
Density
Is always on or abov
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Chapter 8: Estimating with Confidence
Section 8.1
Confidence Intervals: The Basics
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Chapter 8
Estimating with Confidence
8.1
Confidence Intervals: The Basics
8.2
Estimating a Popul