# Stat Assign 53 AP Review by U3B7jkAM

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Important Dates

Date                              Day    Event

April 15 X-block & Class          Thr    Practice AP (MC Only) – NOT a BB&N Grade. ‘07

April 21 Class Mtg. + Class       Wed    Practice AP (Free Response Only) – NOT a BB&N Grade. ‘03

April 28                          Wed    B. Last Test – BB&N Grade: – On the entire year. High level.
May 4 Noon-3:30                   Tue    Morning: Excused from all classes
Afternoon: Actual AP Statistics Exam.
May 5                             Wed    Class
May 6                             Thr    No Class
May 10-27                                C. One project of your choosing unless we do the poster
contest
June 1-4                                 No Examination

(96)     Due Tuesday 4/13/10

1. What to bring in the future:
a. Large notebook with:
i. Formula Sheet, Tables, Inference Formulas & Conditions Handout
ii. All new handouts.
iii. A blank page titled What I Still Need to Review
iv. A blank page titled Mistakes I Will Never Make Again.
b. AMSCO
c. Calculator

2. Please try to do the following:
 Find 60 minutes during which you will not be interrupted.
 Use only pencil/pen and your calculator.
 Formulas and Tables are already in the packet below. Do not use any other reference.
 Write on your own paper.

Do: AP Statistics 2001 Free-Response Questions – Part A – Q1-5

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(97)       Due Wednesday 4/14/10
    25 minutes: Do the handout 2001 STATISTICS Section II/Part B/Question 6. (This completes
the Free Response Questions of the actual 2001 AP Statistics Examination that was due during
the previous class.) Take it just as you might on the exam.
   Find 25 minutes when you can work without stopping. Do not do this assignment in parts.
   Use the Formulas and Tables sheets from Tuesday’s packet (or your own) and your
calculator. Do not use other references.
   Write on your own paper.
    35 minutes: This assignment is to finish previous in-class work. Try to finish the 2002 AP
Statistics Released Examination/Multiple-Choice Questions. You have this handout. Do the
remaining problems without the answer sheet in front of you.

(101) Thursday 4/15/10 - X-Block & C-Block - Do not be late. Not BB&N Grade.

Prepare for Actual Practice AP – Multiple Choice –X-Block & C-Block by spending 1 hour
reviewing. Suggestions:

   Go through AMSCO Chapter Assessments for Chapters 2 through 7, or
   Look for specific topics on the What is on the AP Statistics Exam handout that you know you
need to review and review them.

Monday 4/19/10 Patriots’ Day. No Class/No assignment

(99) Due Tuesday 4/20/10

   Which TOS/CI to use?
o AMSCO/page 246/Free-Response Questions/1-5/ & AMSCO/page 311/1
Certainly identify the TOS by name, see if you know the conditions, and write the
test statistics formula. Do more if you need to. Use the answers in the back.
o The website:
http://www.ltcconline.net/greenl/java/Statistics/StatsMatch/StatsMatch.htm
Asks to you identify which test to use.
   More Multiple Choice: AMSCO Model Examination 1/pages 264-269. Check answers.
   More Free Response: AMSCO Model Examination 1/pages 270-273. Check answers.
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(100)     Wednesday 4/21/10 - Class Meeting & C-Block – Do not be Late.
           Spend 1 hour preparing for the following:
           Practice AP – Free Response – Class Meeting & C-Block. Do not be late. Does not count

(98)     Due Thursday 4/22/10
     AMSCO: Chapter 4.1: Census.
o Page 74. Learn the definition of census. [just one sentence in the middle of the
page]
       AMSCO: Chapter 4.2: Sampling.
o Pages 76 & 77 top. Know the names of and be able to distinguish between
Voluntary Response, Convenience Sample, Quota Sampling, SRS.
o Pages 78 bottom & 79. Know the names of and be able to distinguish between
Stratified Random Sampling, Multi-stage Random Sampling, Cluster Sampling,
Systematic Sampling
o Pages 80 bottom & 81. Know the names of and be able to distinguish between
Response Bias (note the 4 examples), Non-Response Bias, Household Bias
o Do page 82/2, 3
o Do pages 83-4/2-14
       Begin or continue the handout “Mixed Up Problems”. Follow the instructions at the top.

Want to Practice More? Old AP Statistics Free-Response & Multiple-Choice Available
For those of you who want to do extra practice, see assignment 105 below. You can look at the
answer keys after you do a set of problems or you can give them to me to grade. Just don't cheat on
yourself at this point by just looking through them. Actually doing problems under AP conditions is
best. Perhaps during the last day or two before the exam you might want to scan the ones you have
not looked over.

(102)     Due Monday 4/26/10

            2003 Free Response: Go over your work on the 2003 Free Response that you took in class
test suggested you are weak on. BRING ALL THIS MATERIAL TO CLASS.
           2007 Multiple Choice: Check your answers so the 2007 Multiple Choice which you took in
key. Review topics that the test suggested you are weak on. BRING ALL THIS
MATERIAL TO CLASS. DO NOT WRITE IN THE QUESTION BOOKLET.
            2004 Free Response: Continue working on the 2004 Free Response Questions that you
started in class. You received a copy of the questions. Most of you are on Question 2.
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(103) Due Tuesday 4/27/10 – Work for one hour
     Pick a couple of topics from the What is on the AP Statistics Exam/Topic Outline handout
[distributed 4/13] that you feel you need to review. Use AMSCO to study and learn about
those topics. Do some of the related problems. Come to class with some questions and
       2004 Free Response: If not done, continue working on the 2004 Free Response Questions
that you started in class. [See last assignment]

(104) Due Wed 4/28/10 – TEST

       Test over entire year. High level. Free Response only. Counts for BB&N grade.

(105) Due Thursday 4/29/10
Work for one hour on any or all of the following areas:
       Focus on Weak Areas: Pick a couple of topics from the What is on the AP Statistics
Exam/Topic Outline handout [distributed 4/13] that you feel you need to review. Use
AMSCO to study and learn about those topics. Do some of the related problems. Come to
class with questions and forgotten key points about these topics to share with your peers.
       Free-Response Practice:
o Free Response Sections of the 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 Actual AP Examinations
and their answer keys are available in our class folder (where the answers to WS are).
They are in their own folder: Actual AP Stats Tests.
o In the same folder is AP Statistics Practice Exam, a practice AP exam made up by
the College Board. This one file contains free-response & multiple-choice questions
o AMSCO Model Exams 1-5/page 264-331 each contains a free-response section.
Answers are in the rear of the book.
       Multiple-Choice Practice:
o The AP Statistics Practice Exam is a practice AP exam made up by the College
Board. This one file contains free-response & multiple-choice questions and answers
along with much more information. It is available in our class folder (where the
answers to WS are) in the folder: Actual AP Stats Tests.
o AMSCO Model Exams 1-5/page 264-331 each contains a multiple-choice section.
Answers are in the rear of the book.
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(106) Due Monday 5/3/10

    Read pages 3-5 from the Bigner piece in the packet “Logistics and Hints in Prep for the AP
Stats Exam”.
    There will be class.
    Homework. Spend one hour by continuing on the homework from Thursday 4/29/10

(107) Due Tuesday 5/4/10– Actual AP

    Morning:    Excused from all classes. Mr. Coons will be available from 10 AM until 11
AM for questions.
    Afternoon: Actual AP starts at noon.

(108) Wednesday 5/5/10 – Class - No assignment

Thursday 5/6/10 – No Class - No Assignment

(109) Monday 5/10/10 – AP Discussion.
    See Assignment #54
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