Population and sample
The distinction between population and sample is basic to statistics.
To make sense of any sample result, you must know what population
the sample represents.
Representative Sample
We often draw conclusions about a whole population o
CHAPTER 3 REVIEW
AP Statistics
EXPLANATORY AND RESPONSE
VARIABLES
Most statistical studies examine data on more than one variable.
In many of these settings, the two variables play different roles.
In many studies, the goal is to show that changes in on
5.1
RANDOMNESS
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PROBABILITY,
AND
SIMULATION
AP Statistics
OBJECTIVES
SWBAT describe the idea of probability
SWBAT describe myths about
randomness
SWBAT design and perform simulations
THE IDEA OF PROBABILITY
Chance behavior is unpredictable in the short
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Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions
Section 7.2
Sample Proportions
The Practice of Statistics, 4th edition For AP*
STARNES, YATES, MOORE
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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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5.2 Probability Rules
AP STATISTICS
SWBAT describe chance behavior with a probability model
SWBAT Define and apply basic rules of probability
SWBAT Determine probabilities from two-way tables
SWBAT Construct Venn diagrams and determine probabilities
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