Inference Procedure Summary AP Statistics
Procedure
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Here are few pointers and reminders to help you do well on the AP Statistics Exam.
The Exam
The AP Stat exam has 2 sections that take 90 minutes each. The first section is 40 multiple choice
questions, and the second section is 6 (technically, 4 to 7, but
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When you analyze one-variable data, always discuss shape, center, and spread.
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Prep for Exam
This section of the GRB contains 15 prep for Exam
roblems. These murti-part problems were
designed to provide cumulative review of topics studied in the course,
and to prepar students for
semester exams ad the AP exam. Most of the problems a
Prep for Exam Solutions
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AP STATISTICS FINAL PROJECT DESCRIPTION
adapted from a workshop presented by Beth Chance at "Beyond the Formula". Rochester
New York, August 2002
Mr. Page and Mrs. Poyner
AP Statistics Final Project 2009
Description: The project will be a culminating acti
Do Mothers or Fathers Influence Children's
Political Views More?
Meggie Shurcliff
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
I. Abstract - page 1
II. The Study - page 2
Research Question - page 2
Sampling - page 2
Data - page 3
Significance Tests - page 3
III. Discussion - page