AP Statistics

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Course Description

Semester A

This High School AP Statistics is a preparatory AP course that introduces students to selecting statistical methods, analyzing data, using simulations and probability, as well as statistical argumentation. In part A, students will explore: 

– One-variable Data 

– Two-Variable Data 

– Collecting Data 

– Probability  

– Modeling probability  

– Sample Proportions and the Central Limit Theorem. 

Students will be required to answer questions using proper language associated with the AP Statistics exam. Students are required to use graphing calculators. This course will demonstrate the use of a TI-84 calculator in preparation for the AP exam. 

Semester B

This High School AP Statistics is a preparatory AP course that introduces students to selecting statistical methods, analyzing data, using simulations and probability, as well as statistical argumentation. In part B, students will explore: 

– Hypothesis Testing for Proportions 

– Testing Two Proportions 

– Hypothesis Testing for Means 

– Testing Two Means and Matched Pairs 

– Chi-Square Testing 

– Inferences About Slopes 

Students will be required to answer questions using proper language associated with the AP Statistics exam. Students are required to use graphing calculators. This course will demonstrate the use of a TI-84 calculator in preparation for the AP exam. 

Course Requirements

Grade Level

11

Materials

Basic school supplies 

TI-84 Calculator 

Stats: Modeling the World, 6th edition, Pearson MyLab  Author(s): David Bock, Floyd Bullard, Paul Velleman, Richard De Veaux 
ISBN-13 : 9780137685530 

Princeton Review AP Statistics Prep (2024)
ISBN-10: 0593516850
ISBN-13: 978-0593516850

Duration

2 Semesters

Prerequisites

Algebra 2

Semester A

  • Identify the question to be answered or problem to be solved (not assessed). 
  • Identify key and relevant information to answer a question or solve a problem. 
  • Describe an appropriate method for gathering and representing data. 
  • Describe data presented numerically or graphically. 
  • Construct numerical or graphical representations of distributions. 
  • Calculate summary statistics, relative positions of points within a distribution, correlation, and predicted
    response. 
  • Compare distributions or relative positions of points within a distribution. 
  • Determine relative frequencies, proportions, or probabilities using simulation or calculations. 
  • Determine parameters for probability distributions.  
  • Describe probability distributions. 

Semester B

  • Identify an appropriate inference method for confidence intervals 
  • Identify an appropriate inference method for significance tests. 
  • Identify null and alternative hypotheses. 
  • Construct a confidence interval, provided conditions for inference are met. 
  • Calculate a test statistic and find a p-value, provided conditions for inference are met. 
  • Make an appropriate claim or draw an appropriate conclusion. 
  • Interpret statistical calculations and findings to assign meaning or assess a claim. 
  • Verify that inference procedures apply in a given situation.  
  • Justify a claim based on a confidence interval.  
  • Justify a claim using a decision based on significance tests.