AP STATISTICS STUDY GUIDE
PART II: EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
5.1 DESIGNING SAMPLES
OVERVIEW: If one wishes to obtain reliable statistical information from sampling, one
must design the sampling process very carefully. Good sampling techniques, which
involve the
Answers to the Practice Quizzes and Tests Chapter 4
Quiz 4.2A:
1. Case 18 : ( 42,57) is influential because without this point, the slope of the regression line would be less steep.
2. Case 19: ( 17,121) is a regression outlier because it has a large resi
Review outline: AP Statistics:
Ch: 1-4
STUDY GUIDE
Dot plot/ bar chart/scatter plot
Stem Plot-regular and comparative
Box Plot-skeletal and modified. 5 # summary, markers for outliers
Histogram-frequency table and percentile
Calculate mean and standard de
Study Guide
Chapter 9
9.1:
Parameter
Statistic
p - Proportion of the sample
Sampling distribution
Unbiased Statistic : Mean of its sampling distribution = True value of the parameter
being estimated
Variability of a statistic : Spread of its samplin
AP Statistics Review
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Descriptive Statistics
Describing Distributions is a key topic on the AP Statistics Exam. You must be sure to
discuss the shape, center and spread of the distributions. You should include any
numerical and graphical summaries n
AP STATISTICS REVIEW
PART III: PROBABILITY
6.1 SIMULATION
OVERVIEW: Simple devices, such as random number generators, dice, cards, spinners, etc. can
be used to "imitate" chance outcomes and to obtain empirical probabilities relating to real-life
events.
AP STATISTICS STUDY GUIDE
PART I: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
1.1 DISPLAYING DISTRIBUTIONS WITH GRAPHS
OVERVIEW: Statistics is the science of gaining information from numerical data. Statistical tools, such
as graphing, can be helpful in examining data in orde
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Humerus length (cm)
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14.1 (a) See also the solution to Exercise 3.19. The correlation is r 0.994, and linear regression
3.660 1.1969x . The scatterplot below shows a strong, positive, linear relationgives y
ship