AP Stats
Name_
Chapter 2
Vocabulary
the Ws
context
data
data table
records
case
variable
units
categorical variable
quantitative variable
Example: pg.17 #17
As research for an ecology class, students at a college in upstate New York collect data on stream
Statistics Formula Sheet
(II) Probability
(I) Descriptive Statistics
P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A B)
x
x
i
P(A | B) =
n
1
( xi x ) 2
n 1
sx
E(X) =
x xi pi
x2 ( xi x ) 2 pi
Var(X) =
2
(n1 1) s12 (n 2 1) s 2
(n1 1) (n 2 1)
sp
If X has a binomial distributi
Algebra 2 / Trig
Finding a Line of Best Fit
Mrs. Y. Oygenblik
Test Grade Value
(Poster Project)
Due on 10/03/2012
Project Criteria:
You will create a Poster, which includes:
o A brief description of the data and a table of values with a copy of an origina
IB Math SL 1
Name_
Chapter 15 outline
Vocabulary
Sample Space
Disjoint events
Addition rule
Disjoint:
General:
Conditional Probability
Independence (How do you prove events are independent?)
Multiplication Rule
Independent:
General:
Tree Diagram
Example:
AP Stats
Name_
Chapter 3
Vocabulary
frequency table
relative frequency table
distribution
area principle
bar chart
pie chart
contingency table
marginal distribution
conditional distribution
independence
Simpsons paradox
Example: Creating Pie Charts
The ta
IB Math 11 Stats
Name_
Chapter 4 Outline
Vocabulary
distribution
bins
histogram
relative frequency histogram
stem-and-leaf display
dotplot
timeplot
shape
center
spread
mode
unimodal
uniform
symmetric
tails
skew
outliers
Activity: Head Circumference
With a
IB Math 11 Stats
Chapter 5
Means & Medians
Parameter
Statistic
Measures of Central Tendency
Median
Mean
Mode
Supposeweareinterestedinthenumberoflollipopsthatareboughtat
acertainstore.Asampleof5customersbuysthefollowingnumberof
lollipops.Findthemedian.
2
3
IB Math 11 Stats
Name_
Chapter 6 Outline
Vocabulary
Standardizing
Standardized value
Normal model
Parameter
Statistic
z-score
Standard Normal model
68-95-99.7 rule
Normal Percentile
Normal probability plot
Changing center and spread
Example: Standardizing
IB Math SL 1
Chapter 14 outline
Name_
Vocabulary
Random phenomenon
Probability
Legitimate Probability assignments
Each probability is between 0 and 1 inclusive
The sum of the probabilities is 1.
Trial
Outcome
Event
Independence (informally)
Law of Large