Think About It for Yourself
Derivatives and Second Derivatives Chain Rule and Product Rule
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Date
1998 AB
2008 BC
1998 AB
1998 AB
2008 BC
1998 BC
1998 BC
2003 AB
2003 AB
2008 AB
2003 AB
2003 AB
2003 AB
2003 AB
AP Statistics
Notes
Chapter 1, HW 9/6
In statistics, what is the most common measurement of center?
- Arithmetic average/mean
Explain how to calculate the mean
- Add up all the numbers that are given and divide the numbers by the number of
numbers in the
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Chapter 7 Practice Quiz
1. You create a gambling game called the red lady with a deck of cards. It involves
drawing 2 cards WITH replacement and shuffling between each draw. The player
wins $5 if they draw a red card then a red c
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Chapter 6 Practice Quiz
1. Max was getting ready for the prom. He thought there was a 20% change that a
girl would say yes if he asked. He believed that if he asked one girl she wouldnt
ruin his chances with another. He wanted to
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Chapter 6 Practice Quiz
1. An experiment on rats to develop a new growth hormone shows that 38% of the
rats who were administered the drug grew, while the others did not. Scientists
strongly believe that this proportion of growth
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Chapter 5 Practice Quiz
1. A biologist is interested in studying the effect of growth-enhancing nutrients and
different salinity (salt) levels in water on the growth of shrimps. The biologist has
ordered a large shipment of young
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Chapter 9 Practice Quiz
1. In a study of the effects of acid rain, a random sample of 100 trees from a
particular forest is examined. Forty percent of these show some signs of damage.
Which of the following statements is correct.
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Chapter 10 Practice Quiz
1. A survey asks a sample of 100 adults in NJ if they support an increase in the state
stales tax with additional revenue going to support education. Suppose 40% of NJ
residents actually support the sales
AP Statistics
Notes
Chapter 1
Key Vocab
- Individuals
- Variables
o Categorical
o Quantitative
- Distribution
- Range
- Spread
- Frequency
- Outlier
- Center
- Shape
- Skewed Left
- Skewed Right
- Symmetric
In statistics what is meant by individuals?
- In
AP Statistics
Notes
Chapter 1, Part 2
Key Vocab
- Dot plot
- Histogram
- Stemplot
o Split stems
o Back to back Stemplot
- Time plot
- Mean
- Nonresistant
- Median
- Resistant
- Quartiles
- Q1, Q3
Define range
- Range is the difference between the largest
AP Statistics
Notes
Chapter 1, Part 3
Key Vocab
- IOR
- Five-number summary
- Maximum
- Minimum
- Boxplot
o Modified
o Back to back
- Standard deviation
- Variance
Calculator Skills
- round()
- sortA()
- sum
- mean
- 1-var Stats
- Float
- ENTRY
- ANS
- Zo