Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
10/15/2016
Chapter 5 Summary
Chapter 5 of the AP Statistics textbook is titled, Standard Deviation as a Ruler.
Although this title might sound clever and witty, standard deviation is and can be used as a ruler
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
10/15/2016
Chapter 4 Summary
Chapter 4 of the AP Statistics textbook contains a vast amount of information regarding
the spread, shape, skew and overall distribution of a whole data set. The whole chapter can
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
8/27/2016
Chapter 1 Summary
In Stats Modeling the World: 4th Edition, chapter 1 discusses the basic fundamentals
behind the science of Statistics and the usage and terminology of variables. The beginning of th
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
12/05/2016
Chapter 16 Summary
This chapter in Modeling the World covers the different rules in the broad topic of
probability. These rules that are discussed in this chapter are crucial to the essence of
proba
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
9/13/2016
Chapter 3 Summary
This chapter compiles a lot of information with regards to displaying and summarizing
quantitative data. When graphing or defining quantitative variables one must look at some key
f
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
9/13/2016
Chapter 2 Summary
This chapter is a continuation of the previous because the major topics discussed are still
related to categorical and numerical variables, but this time the chapter focusses on the
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
12/11/2016
Chapter 15 Summary
Chapter 15 of Modeling the World is all about random variables and random chances
of occurrence. A random variable is one whose possible values are numerical outcomes of a
random
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
10/25/2016
Chapter 7 Summary
Chapter 7 in Modeling the World discusses an in depth subject described in chapter 6
called Linear Regressions. A linear regression (as defined by the textbook) is a set of points
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
11/28/2016
Summary Chapter 12
Chapter 12 of Modeling the World discusses the various ways that can be
utilized to collect a set of data. The two ways to compile data are performing
experiments and doing observ
Siddharth Vadlamani
Mrs. Yilmaz
AP Statistics
11/26/2016
Chapter 11 Summary
This chapter of the textbook covers the broad topic of sampling and sample
surveys. There are two main principles with regards to samples: Positive (good)
samples and negative (ba
Siddharth Vadlamani
AP Statistics
Mrs. Yilmaz
10/17/2016
Chapter 6 Summary
Chapter 6 of Modeling the World discusses the principles of scatterplots, association
and correlation. There are many key terms which are important to note in this chapter which
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