In the paper Reproduction in Laboratory
colonies of Bank Vole, the authors presented
the results of a study of litter size. (A vole is a
small rodent with a stout body, blunt nose,
and short ears.) As each new litter was born,
the number of babies was rec
Unit 8
Two classes of distributions- the binomial distribution
and the geometric distribution. Both of these are
from situations that involve two outcomes ( success,
failure) independent trials, and the same probability
of success each trial.
Binomial wan
7
Random Variables
7.1
Discrete and Continuous
Random Variables
Objectives
Define Discrete Random Variable.
Explain what is meant by a probability
distribution.
Construct a probability distribution for a
random variable
Given a probability distributio
Unit 8
Two classes of distributions- the binomial distribution
and the geometric distribution. Both of these are
from situations that involve two outcomes ( success,
failure) independent trials, and the same probability
of success each trial.
Binomial wan
4
Chapter 4
More on 2 Variable data
(Transformations can be used
to linearize
nonlinear data)
4.1
Transforming to achieve
linearity
Objectives
Identify settings in which transformations
might be necessary in order to achieve
linearization
Use transform
5
Producing Data
5.1
Designing Samples
Objectives
Define Population and Sample
Explain how sampling differs from a census
Explain and Give an example of:
Voluntary Response Sample
Convenience Sample
Simple Random Sample
Systematic Sample
Cluster S
Sec 3.2
Least Squares Regression (most common
way to fit a line)
Regression Line- a straight line that
describes the dependence of one variable
on another
Fitting a line to data- drawing a line that
comes as close as possible to the points
Straight Lines
Matthew Burnette
Due Sept. 12, 2014
Period 2
A.P. Statistics McDonalds Closing Statement
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you have heard a case of a man who admits he is
overweight to an extreme degree. However despite his weight the bench at
McDonalds s
Maria Rodriguez
Ms. Fenwick
Due: 3/31/2014
Population: In a statistical study, the population is the entire group of
individuals about which we want information
Experiment: Deliberately imposes some treatment on individuals to measure their responses.
Blo
Maria Rodriguez
Ms. Fenwick
Due: 3/31/2014
Ap Amsco chapter 3
3.1 Patterns in scatterplots
o
Relationships
o
Center, spread ect.
o
Individual Observ. =(x,y) points
Ex:
3.2 Mean and Standard deviation
o
o
Xbar is grand mean of bivariate data
Distribution o
Maria Rodriguez
Ms. Fenwick
Due: 3/31/2014
AP Stat Amsco outline Chapter 2
Statistics
Variable
Actual observ. of variable
Quantitative Data: numerical values (count/measures) Vs. Qualitative Data:
categorical data (verbal descript)
Measurable observ. Char
Maria Rodriguez
Ms. Fenwick
AP Stat
Chapter 6
Graph:
Statistic: number describing sample
Parameter: number describing pollution.
Graphic:
o
o
Difference in value from statistic of one population to the next population is sampling
variability.
Sampling dis