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Statistics
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Data, data, everywhere you go! Information has gone from scarce to superabundant thanks to the powers of the internet and computing. But all this data means nothing without the ability to transform it in into something useful. Enter statistics. Everyone from crime analysts to journalists, Fortune 500 CEOs to insurance agents rely on statistics to analyze the information they need to make the best decisions. This class will give you the methods and know-how you need to discern probabilities, understand variables, and accurately measure and display data. In-depth labs and activities will help you soak up the entire statistical process including design, analysis, and conclusions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I.

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SEMESTER 1
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Section 1: Describing Distributions with Graphs for Univariate Data
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  • 1.1 Pie Charts and Bar Charts
  • 1.2 Describing Graphs
  • 1.3 Dotplots
  • 1.4 Stemplots
  • 1.5 Comparing Graphs
  • 1.6 Histograms
  • 1.7 Ogives
  • 1.8 Calculator Lesson: Graphing Univariate Graphs
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Section 2: Describing Distributions with Numbers (Statistics)
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  • 2.1 Measures of Center
  • 2.2 Measures of Spread Part 1
  • 2.3 Measures of Spread Part 2
  • 2.4 Outliers
  • 2.5 Box and Whisker Plots
  • 2.6 Comparing Distributions Again
  • 2.7 Boxplot/Histogram Exploration
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Section 3: Density Curves
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  • 3.1 Uniform Density Curves
  • 3.2 Funky Figures
  • 3.3 Mean vs Median
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Section 4: Normal Distributions
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  • 4.1 Standardization (z-scores)
  • 4.2 What is a Normal Curve?
  • 4.3 Empirical Rule
  • 4.4 z-scores Revisited
  • 4.5 More Normal Distribution
  • 4.6 Is the Data Normal?
  • 4.7 Calculator Lesson: normalcdf and invNorm
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Section 5: Scatterplots and Correlation
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  • 5.1 Scatterplots
  • 5.2 Correlation
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Section 6: Least Squares Regression
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  • 6.1 What is an LSRL?
  • 6.2 Interpreting Slope and y-intercept
  • 6.3 Finding and Interpreting the Correlation Coefficient (r)
  • 6.4 More Ways to Find the LSRL
  • 6.5 More Ways to Find the LSRL Part 2
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Section 7: Predicting, Residuals and r^2
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  • 7.1 Predicting and Residuals
  • 7.2 Coefficient of Determination (r^2)
  • 7.3 Linear Regression: Putting It Together
  • 7.4 Residual Plots
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Section 8: Transforming Non-Linear Data
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  • 8.1 Exponential Data
  • 8.2 Power Data
  • 8.3 Residual Plots Revisited
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Section 9: Sampling and Bias
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  • 9.1 Bad Samples
  • 9.2 Types of Bias
  • 9.3 Good Samples = Random Samples
  • 9.4 Using Random Numbers for Sampling
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Section 10: Experiments
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  • 10.1 Key Terms in Experimental Design
  • 10.2 Completely Randomized Design
  • 10.3 Block Design
  • 10.4 Matched Pairs
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Section 11: Simulation
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  • 11.1 Simulation
  • 11.2 Simulation Practice
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Section 12: General Probability Rules
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  • 12.1 Key Terms and Ideas
  • 12.2 Formulas on the AP Exam
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Section 13: Independent and Disjoint Events
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  • 13.1 Disjoint Events
  • 13.2 Independent Events
  • 13.3 Venn Diagrams
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Section 14: Two-Ways Tables and Conditional Probability
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  • 14.1 Two Way Tables
  • 14.2 Conditional Probability
  • 14.3 Independence Revisited
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Section 15: Discrete Random Variables
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  • 15.1 Probability Distributions for Random Variables
  • 15.2 Mean and Standard Deviation of Discrete Random Variables
  • 15.3 Rules for Means
  • 15.4 Rules for Variances
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Section 16: Binomial Distributions
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  • 16.1 Binomial Distribution Part 1
  • 16.2 Binomial Distribution Part 2
  • 16.3 Mean and Standard Deviation of Binomial Distributions
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Section 17: Geometric Distributions
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  • 17.1 Geometric Distribution Part 1
  • 17.2 Geometric Distribution Part 2
  • 17.3 Mean of Geometric Distributions
  • 17.4 Binomial, Geometric and Normal Exploration
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SEMESTER 2
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Section 18: Continuous Random Variables
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  • 18.0 Introduction
  • 18.1 Funky Figures Revisited
  • 18.2 Normal Distribution Review
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Section 19: Sampling Distributions - Means
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  • 19.1 Overview of Sampling Distributions
  • 19.2 Sampling Distribution for x-bar
  • 19.3 Central Limit Theorem
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Section 20: Sampling Distributions - Proportions
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  • 20.1 Sampling Distribution for p-hat
  • 20.2 Conditions for Inference - Proportions
  • 20.3 Review
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Unit 8: Confidence intervals for One-Sample Data
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  • Section 21: Confidence Intervals for a Mean - the z-interval
  • 21.0 Introduction
  • 21.1 Structure of a Confidence Interval
  • 21.2 Confidence Interval for a Single Mean (z-interval)
  • 21.3 Practice with Confidence Intervals for a Single Mean (z-interval)

 

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Section 22: Confidence Intervals for a Mean - the t-interval
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  • 22.1 What is a t-distribution?
  • 22.2 Confidence Interval for a Single Mean (t-interval)
  • 22.3 Matched Pairs t-interval
  • 22.4 Calculator Lesson: t-interval
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Section 23: Confidence Intervals for One Proportion - the 1-proportion z-interval
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  • 23.1 Confidence Interval for Single Proportion (1-proportion z-interval)
  • 23.2 Calculator Lesson: 1-proportion z-interval
  • 23.3 Confidence Level and Finding n
  • 23.4 Review
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Section 24: Significance Tests - the Structure
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  • 24.0 Introduction
  • 24.1 Structure of a Test Part 1
  • 24.2 Structure of a Test Part 2
  • Section 25: Significance Test for a Single Mean - the t-test
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Section 25: Significance Test for a Single Mean - the t-test
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  • 25.1 One Sample t-test for Means (The Mechanics)
  • 25.2 One Sample t-test for Means (Complete Test)
  • 25.4 One Sample t-test for Means (Matched Pairs)
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Section 26: Significance Test for One Proportion - the 1-proportion z-test
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  • 26.1 One Sample z-test for Proportions (The Mechanics)
  • 26.2 One Sample z-test for Proportions (Complete Test)
  • 26.3 Calculator Lesson: One Sample z-test for Proportions
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Section 27: Errors and Power
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  • 27.1 Significance Level and Overview of Errors
  • 27.2 Type I and Type II Errors
  • 27.3 Power
  • 27.4 Review
  • 27.5 Hypothesis Tests and Confidence Intervals
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Section 28: Two-Sample Inference for Two Independent Samples - Mean
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  • 28.0 Introduction
  • 28.1 Two-Sample t-interval for Means
  • 28.2 Calculator Lesson: Two-sample t-interval
  • 28.3 Two-Sample t-test for Means
  • 28.4 Calculator Lesson: Two-Sample t-test for Means
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Section 29: Two -Sample Inference for Two Independent Samples - Proportion
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  • 29.1 Two-Sample z-interval for Proportions
  • 29.2 Calculator Lesson: Two-Sample z-interval for Proportions
  • 29.3 Two-Sample z-test for Proportions
  • 29.4 Calculator Lesson: Two-Sample z-test for Proportions
  • 29.5 Review
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Section 30: Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test
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  • 30.0 Introduction
  • 30.1 Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test - The Components
  • 30.2 Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test - The Complete Test
  • 30.3 Calculator Lesson: Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test
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Section 31: Chi-Square Test for Independence and Homogeneity
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  • 31.1 Review of Two-Way Tables
  • 31.2 Chi-Square Test for Independence - The Components
  • 31.3 Chi-Square Test for Independence - The Complete Test
  • 31.4 Calculator Lesson: Chi-Square Test for Independence
  • 31.5 Review
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Section 32: Confidence Interval for Slope
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  • 32.0 Introduction
  • 32.1 Review of Linear Regression
  • 32.2 Conditions for Inference for Slope
  • 32.3 Linear Regression t-interval
  • 32.4 Calculator Lesson: Linear Regression t-interval
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Section 33: Hypothesis Test for Slope
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  • 33.1 Linear Regression t-test for a Slope - The Components
  • 33.2 Linear Regression t-test for a Slope - The Complete Test
  • 33.3 Calculator Lesson: Linear Regression t-test for a Slope
  • 33.4 Review