Name: _
AP Calculus AB
CW - Everything You Should Already Know to be Successful in Calculus Part 2
Directions: Answer each question on separate paper. All problems are to be completed without the use of a
calculator unless otherwise directed.
1. For each
AP Statistics: Written Report for Project
Grading Rubric (total points = 100)
A. Project Description
a. Clear description of the project question. (5)
b. Description of why the project is meaningful & relevant to LHS students. (5)
B. Population, Parameter
1) Who was the first president of the United States?
A) Benjamin Franklin B) Thomas Jefferson C) Abraham Lincoln D) George Washington
2) What is the capital of the United States?
A) New York, NY B) Washington, DC C) Chicago, IL D) Detroit, MI
3) Who is th
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one to dissolve the
[emotional] bands which have connected them with another to which the Laws of Nature and
of Natures God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of [one] requires that
Name: Davis Wagner
Interest Groups, PACs, and 527s
Directions: Go to the following website and perform the following tasks:
http:/www.opensecrets.org/
You will also need the following two websites:
http:/www.senate.gov/pagelayout/committees/d_three_sectio
Name: Davis Wagner
Interest Groups, PACs, and 527s
Directions: Go to the following website and perform the following tasks:
http:/www.opensecrets.org/
You will also need the following two websites:
http:/www.senate.gov/pagelayout/committees/d_three_sectio
Test 3: Federalism and the Constitution
Chapter 4
Confederation
Federal System
Unitary System
Commerce Clause
Full Faith and Credit Clause
Privileges and Immunities Clause
Extradition
Inherent Powers
Delegated Powers
Implied Powers
Enumerated Powers
Concu
US and VA Government
Tentative Schedule for Unit I:
Introduction and Constitutional Underpinnings
Date
Tuesday, Sept. 7
Wednesday, Sept. 8
Topics Covered
Flashcard Info
Notes: 5 US History Questions
Citizenship Test
Review Syllabus and Rules
Distribute Te
US and VA Government
Tentative Schedule for Unit II:
The Constitution
Date
Topics Covered
Readings and other major
assignments (due the next
class period)
Previous Unit and Assignment:
Test 1 Constitutional Foundations
pp 44-54
Monday, Sept. 27
Tuesday, S
Tentative Schedule: Unit 6: Judiciary and Civil Liberties
Date
Topics Covered
Tues/Wed
Jan 11/12
How Well Do You Know Your
Supreme Court?
Intro to Judiciary; Re-read
Article III; Concentration
Game Notes
Judicial Philosophy Terms;
J. Activist v. J. Restra
US and Virginia Government
Tentative Schedule for March-April 2011
Unit 8: Elections, Political Parties, Interest Groups and The Media
Chapters 5-9
Date
Topics Covered in Class
Friday, 3/25
Begin Unit 8: Linkage
Institutions: Elections,
Campaigns, Media,
Name: Davis Wagner
Interest Groups, PACs, and 527s
Directions: Go to the following website and perform the following tasks:
http:/www.opensecrets.org/
You will also need the following two websites:
http:/www.senate.gov/pagelayout/committees/d_three_sectio
Name: _ Per: _ Date: _
AP Statistics Assignment 30-Point Quiz Due Tuesday, April 5
Unit Summary: In preparation for the May 11 AP Statistics Exam we want all students to have
a review packet of material on each unit of the course. To accomplish this, we w
Name: _Period _Date: _
Chapter Notes 9.1:
Sampling Distributions
A parameter is a numerical descriptive measure of the population. It is a fixed number, but
because it is based on the observations in the population, its value is almost always unknown.
A s
Name: _
AP Calculus AB
CW - Everything You Should Already Know to be Successful in Calculus Part 1
Directions: Answer each question on separate paper. All problems are to be completed without the use of a
calculator unless otherwise directed.
1. For each
Calculus Policies and Procedures
Lawrence.Brooks@fcps.edu
PDouglas@fcps.edu
Jason.Garrison@fcps.edu
This course is designed to prepare students for the Calculus Advanced Placement Exam. All
students in this course will take the exam. This is a rigorous co
2. Region A is enclosed by the lines and .
(a) Find the area of A.
(b) Let the graph be rotated about the horizontal line . Find the volume.
(c) What is the relationship between Volume and Area?
Region A is the base of a solid whose cross sections are rec
Alex Anderson, Michael Beza, Jake Saunders, & Davis Wagner
Setzer 4
AP Statistics
May 26, 2011
Written Description of Project
Section 1: Project Description
The main focus this day and age in the time of technology is the availability of people to connect
AP Statistics: Project Proposal
Team Name: Setzer
Period: 4
Team Members:
Email Address
Name
Alexander Anderson
awellsanderson@aol.com
Michael Beza
beza.9@hotmail.com
Saunders
Date: 5/16/11
Jake
jsaunders17@gmail.com
Davis Wagner
daviswagner24@gmail.com
P
AP Statistics
Guidelines and Course Information
2010/2011
Instructor
Ms. Vanessa Kreshover
Mr. Paul Setzer
Email
Vanessa.Kreshover@fcps.edu
Paul.Setzer@fcps.edu
Phone #
703-287-2902
703-287-2901
Course Description
This is a college level course. The pace
AP Statistics
Chapter 11 Review
Name: _
Pd: _ Date: _
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. You want to compute a 90% confidence interval for the mean of a population with unknown
population standard deviation. Th
Post- AP Exam Statistics Activities
After the AP Exam we will shift attention from learning statistical processes and methods to exploring and
discussing how statistics are used and misused in business, government, law, medicine, etc. After these
sessions
Name: _Period _Date: _
Chapter Notes 9.3:
Sample Means
Sample means are:
Less variable than individual observations
More normally distributed than individual observations
If a simple random sample of size n is taken from a population whose mean is and w
Name: _Period _Date: _
Chapter Notes 9.2:
Sample Proportions
Suppose a simple random sample is taken from a categorical or qualitative population. We will be interested in
estimating p, the proportion of occurrences of some event in the population (a para
Multiple Choice
1) Which of the following is not a discrete variable?
A) Number of CDs one owns
B) Height of a person
C) Amount of hotdogs one can eat
D) Points scored in a basketball game
2) What is the probability of getting 2 heads when flipping a coin
TJHSST
Summer 2015
Review & Self-Study for
Research Stat 1 (Summer School)
Discussion 1: Measures of Central Tendency
Measures of central tendency are numbers that are most representative of the data contained in the set. There
are three measures of centr