(87 points total) Write clearly. Show all work. Read the problems carefully. Unless stated
otherwise, all multiple choice questions have one correct answer. Good luck!
1. (3 pts) A kennel keeps the following dat
Date: _ Block: _
1. After conducting a survey at a pet store to see what impact having a pet had on the condition of the
yard, a news reporter stated There appears to be a strong correlation between the owning a pet an
Multiple Choice Practice
Test 1 Organizing Data
1. An outlier is an observation that
A. is seen more frequently than the other observations in the data set.
B. is seen less frequently than the other observations in the data set.
C. is always smal
6. a) #1 Shows little or no association
b) #4 shows a negative association
c) #2 and #4 each show a straight association
d) # 3 shows a moderately strong, curved association
e) #2 and #4 each show a very strong association, although so
1) In your own words tell me what you think statistics is about. Give examples how you
think statistics applied or how statistics is relevant to your own life.
1. Identify the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of data, or
(101 pointsunless stated otherwise, all questions are 3 points each) Write clearly. Show your
work. Read the problems carefully. Good luck!
1-3. Following is a histogram of the times until failure for a sample o
AP Statistics: Part 1 Exam Breakdown
Exam breakdown: Chapters 1-6
(Wednesday, October 8th)
Ten Multiple Choice Questions
Five Short Answer Questions
(Thursday, October 9th)
2 AP Multiple Choice Questions
2 AP Free Response Questions
AP Statistics Unit 1 Review
Classify the variable as categorical or quantitative.
1) The color of your house
2) A monthly electric bill in dollars
Provide an appropriate response.