Honors Algebra 2 January 14 – 18

Monday, Jan 14 – Solving Quadratics by Square Root Method and Factoring   HW: Solving by Square Root Method WS – Quadratics by Factoring Method WS – #1-14  Solving Quadratics – Factoring WS

Answer key to HW:  Solving Quadratics – Factoring WS KEY

Tuesday, Jan 15 – Solving Quadratics by Completing the Square Notes: 1.7 Solving by Completing the Square Notes Jan 15 and 9th graders take the SMI – we will all go to the computer lab together!  HW: Deltamath.com assignment – Solving Quadratics

Wednesday, Jan 16 – Solving Quadratics by Quadratic Formula –  HW:  Quadratic Formula and Mixed Review of all methods for Solving Quadratics (WS #9)

Thursday, Jan 17 –  Review Unit 1: Quadratics Revisited HW: Practice Test

Friday, Jan 18 – More Unit 1 Review

Tuesday, Jan 22 – Unit 1: Quadratics Revisited Test

AP Statistics Jan 14-18

Monday, January 14th – Bring your textbook to class! Finish Two Way Tables and do Chapter 1 Review HW: Chapter 1 AP Practice Test on pages 78-81, #1-15

Answer Key to Ch. 1 AP Practice Test is in your textbook!!! See me in the morning if you need explanation. You will turn in Ch. 1 AP Practice test before you take the test. You will NOT turn in Barron’s problems but you need to do them as many of the multiple choice questions are very similar to the Barron’s problems!

Tuesday, January 15th – Chapter 1 Test HW: Free Response Question 2013 #6

Wednesday, January 16 –  Describing Data in a Distribution (2.1) Percentiles, Standardized Scores and Transforming Data Sets
Power point: Sec-2.1-Notes-Density-Curves-correct version
HW: TPS Chapter 2, Exercises #2-14 evens, 17-18, 20, 22, 31

Thursday, January 17SGM Pre-Test –  Density Curves (2.2) Density Curves, 68-95-99.7 Rule, Standard Normal Dist., Normal Distribution Calculations   HW:  Barron’s Topic 2, #1-31 Mult Choice

Friday, January 18 – ANormal Distribution Calculations – Did worksheet in class, if you didn’t finish make sure it is complete by Tuesday!  Key to Classwork: normal dist answer key   HW:  Barron’s Topic 2, FRQ #1-4, 9

AP Statistics Welcome!! January 7-11

Welcome to AP Statistics!  It’s going to be a great semester.  The most important tools you will need for this class are your graphing calculator (TI-84) and the Barron’s AP Statistics Book 9th Edition. (I know the picture shows 8th edition – it’s an old picture!)

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Please make sure you have these ASAP.  Also, I have attached a link to the pre-requisite assignment that needs to be completed by Friday, January 11.

Spring Syllabus: AP STAT SYLLABUS – Spring 2019

Pre-Requisite Assignment: AP Stat PreReq Assignment

Please click on the following link for the Chapter 1 Calendar.  It contains our schedule, homework assignments and dates for assessments.

Plans for Chapter 1: AP-Stat-Chapter-1-Plan-Spring-2019

Monday, January 7th  – Syllabus/Intro/Pre-Requisite Packet  HW:  Get your syllabus signed, supplies (calculator and Barron’s book) and finish pages 1-8 in Pre-Requisite packet

Tuesday, January 8th – Collected signed syllabus page.  We went over pages 4 – 8 of Pre-Requisite packet.  Did M&Ms Activities. HW:  Complete pages 9-12 of Pre-Req packet and the Activity 3 of M&M packet.    BRING YOUR CALCULATOR TO CLASS EVERY DAY!!!

FIRST QUIZ ON FRIDAY!!

Wednesday, January 9th –    Power Point on Outliers and Standard Deviation Day 3 Notes Sec 1.3

Link to online textbook: https://reg.macmillanhighered.com/Account/Unauthenticated?TargetURL=http://www.highschool.bfwpub.com/launchpad/tps4e/3716352

HW:  Complete the President’s Data sheet.  This will be your first graded assignment!!

Thursday, January 10th–  Matching Displays to Variables HW:  Start on page 7, #7-8, 40, 42, 46, 52, 69-74

Friday,  January 11th – QUIZ over Chapter 1,  After quiz – Two-Way Tables and Distributions  Notes: Jan 11 and 12 Notes

Here’s a good website with more examples if you need them: http://www.stattrek.com/statistics/two-way-table.aspx?tutorial=ap

HW:  Textbook, p. 24, #20, 22, 27-32   AND Barron’s p. 50, #1-3, 9 and 54, #1 and 2 ***Please note – this is different than what is on your chapter 1 calendar!

Monday, January 14th  – Bring your textbook to class!   Finish Two Way Tables and do Chapter 1 Review   HW:  Chapter 1 AP Practice Test on pages 78-81, #1-15   AND Barron’s pp.77-89, #1, 3-11, 14-22, 25, 28, 30-34

Answer Key to review packet:

Answer Key to Ch. 1 AP Practice Test is in your textbook!!!  See me in the morning if you need explanation.  You will turn in review packet and Ch. 1 AP Practice test before you take the test.  You will NOT turn in Barron’s problems but you need to do them as many of the multiple choice questions are very similar to the Barron’s problems!

Tuesday, January 15th  – Chapter 1 Test  HW:  Free Response Question 2013 #6

Honors Algebra 2 Jan 7-11

Welcome to Honors Algebra 2!  I look forward to working with you this semester.  Please make sure you have your notebook and graphing calculator with you every day in class!   The Pre-Requisite assignment will be due on Friday, January 11th.

Monday, January 7th – Introductions/Syllabus – Exponents Review  Notes: Notes 1.1 Simplifying Exponents Jan 7   HW:  1.1 WS#1 ReviewSimplifyExponents and work on Pre-Requisite packet

Syllabus:  Syllabus 18-19 A. Jones Honors Algebra 2

Unit 1 Plan:  Unit 1 calendar SPRING 2019 Student copy

Tuesday, January 8th – Unit 1 Quadratics Revisited – Review properties of radicals – simplify, add, subtract, multiply and divide  Notes:  1.2 Simplifying Radicals Notes Jan 8   HW:  1.2 Simplifying Radicals WS  and Pre-Requisite packet

Wednesday, January 9th – Complex Numbers – First part of handout  HW:  Intro to Complex Numbers WS  Parts I, V, VI only

Thursday, January 10th – Multiply and Divide Complex Numbers  HW:  Complex Numbers: WS #4 – FRONT SIDE ONLY!!

Quiz tomorrow – Exponents, Radicals and Complex Numbers

Friday, January 11th – Pre-Requisite Packet due and QUIZ on Exponents, Radicals and Complex Numbers   HW:  Factoring Review

Statistical Reasoning Dec 10 – 14 and 17 – 21

Monday, Dec 10 – Ch. 9 Test – Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Proportions

Tuesday, Dec 11 – SCIENCE FAIR

Wednesday, Dec 12 – Chi Square Goodness of Fit Tests  (Sec 10.1)

Thursday, Dec 13 – Chi Square Test for Two Way Tables (Sec 10.1)

Friday, Dec 14 – Chi Square Test Practice – Sec 10.1

Monday, Dec 17 – Chi Square QUIZ (10.1)

Tuesday, Dec 18 and Wednesday, Dec 19 – Review for Final Exam (I-Respond Review)

Thursday, Dec 20 – FINAL EXAM

 

AP Statistics Dec 10 – 14 and 17 – 21

Monday, December 10 – EXAM EXEMPTION FORMS DUE TODAY – Cumulative Inference Assignment – Matching and FRQ’s

Tuesday, Dec 11 – Transforming to Achieve Linearity (12.2) Power point: transformations_to_achieve_linearity HW: p. 791, #44 – let length be “x” and heart weight be “y”

Wednesday, Dec 12 – More Non-Linear Regression HW: Ch. 12 AP Practice Test, #1-9 and #11

Thursday, Dec 13 – AP Practice MC Test

Friday, Dec 14 – AP Practice FRQ Test

Monday, Dec 17 –  Cumulative I-Respond Assignment
Tuesday, Dec 18 –  Review for Final Exam
Wednesday , Dec 19 – Review for Final Exam
Thursday, Dec 20 – 1st and 2nd period Final Exams

Friday, Dec 21 – 3rd and 4th period Final Exams

Statistical Reasoning Dec 3 – 7

Monday, Dec 3 – Hypothesis Testing  for a Proportion (Sec 9.2) Significance Tests Sec 9.2   and Basketball Simulation   HW:  p. 448-449, Ex 9.27 and 9.28

Tuesday, Dec 4 – More Hypothesis Testing for a Proportion – Activity: Proportion of White Cars – Data Collection  HW:  Calculate Confidence Interval and Hypothesis test that the proportion of white cars is 25% or less than 25.

Wednesday, Dec 5  – Testing a Claim about the Proportion of Earth’s Surface that is Water

Power Point for Proportion Test: Sec 9.2 Tests About a Population Proportion power point – notes copy

Thursday, Dec 6 –  Review Ch. 9 – Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Proportions

HW:  Finish Skittles/M&Ms Hypothesis Tests

Friday, Dec 7 – More Review of Confidence INtervals and Hypothesis Tests for Proportions

TEST MOVED TO MONDAY!!!

Monday, Dec 10 –  Ch. 9 Test – Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Proportions

AP Statistics Dec 3 – 7

MMonday, Dec 3 EXTRA CREDIT DUE –  Review of Linear Regression Topics, then Inference on Regression (12.1) – Confidence Intervals on Slope  HW:  Worksheet #1 and 2  just do the 95 % confidence intervals
Tuesday, Dec 4 – Inference on Regression (12.1)  Hypothesis Tests on Slope  HW:  Finish #3 and 4 on worksheet from Monday AND  Barron’s Topic 13  – p. 390, #11-14 and p. 394, #6-7
Wednesday, Dec 5 – Inference on Regression Practice (12.1) HW:  Textbook, p. 760, #4, 6,8, 10, 12, 20.  Answer to CW packet: 
Thursday, Dec 6 – Review Chapters 11 and 12 (12.1 only) – Chi Square and Inference on Regression  HW:  Review for Ch. 11 and 12 Test – Barron’s Topic 13 – make sure you have worked MC and FRQ problems.  Problems on test will be very similar!!!

Ch. 11 and 12 Test Review Page 1 Answer Key

Ch. 11 Chi-Square Chapter Summary

Friday, Dec 7 – Ch. 11 and 12 Test

Monday, Dec 10 –  Exam Exemption Forms Due – Transforming to Achieve Linearity (12.2)   Power point:  transformations_to_achieve_linearity  Skittles Actvity HW:  p. 791, #44 – let length be “x” and heart weight be “y”

Statistical Reasoning Nov 26 – 30

Monday, Nov 26 – Ch. 9 Statistical Inference – Introduction to Confidence Intervals – Intro to Confidence Intervals Handout

Tuesday, Nov 27 – Hershey’s Kiss Activity – Confidence Intervals for Estimating Proportions (Sec 9.1)  HW:  p. 425-426, Ex. 9.1, 9.3, 9.5, 9.6

Wednesday, Nov 28 – Cumulative Review – Ch. 1-8

Thursday, Nov 29 –  Sec 9.1 – Different Confidence Levels and Determining Sample Size  HW:  Ex. 9.7-9.20

Friday, Nov 30 – QUIZ on Sec 9.1 – After quiz,  Smelling Parkinson’s Activity

 

AP Statistics Nov 26 – 30

Chapter 11: Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data                                      

    Date               Topic                                  Objectives                                                   Assignments/Assessments

11/26 Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test(11.1) ·  Know how to compute expected counts, conditional distributions, and contributions to the chi-square statistic.

·  Check the Random, Large sample size, and Independent conditions before performing a chi-square test.

· Use a chi-square goodness-of-fit test to determine whether sample data are consistent with a specified distribution of a categorical variable.

· Examine individual components of the chi-square statistic as part of a follow-up analysis.

HW: Ch. 11 Exercises #1, 3, 5, 7,  11, 15, 17

Barron’s p. 409, #1

11/27 Chi-Square Test for Homogeneity(11.2) · Use a chi-square test for homogeneity to determine whether the distribution of a categorical variable differs for several populations or treatments.

· Interpret computer output for a chi-square test based on a two-way table.·        Examine individual components of the chi-square statistic as part of a follow-up analysis.

· Show that the two-sample z test for comparing two proportions and the chi-square test for a 2-by-2 two-way table give equivalent results

HW: Ch. 11 Exercises #27, 29, 31, 33, 35 Barron’s p. 410, #5

Power point from today’s class:

chi-square-test-for-homogeneity

11/28 Chi-Square Test for Independence(11.2)  · Check the Random, Large sample size, and Independent conditions before performing a chi-square test.

·  Use a chi-square test of association/independence to determine whether there is convincing evidence of an association between two categorical variables.

· Interpret computer output for a chi-square test based on a two-way table.

HW: Ch. 11 Exercises #37, 39 45, 47, 51 Barron’s p. 410 #3
11/29 Practice Chi-Square Tests Free Response Practice  Answer Key:  ch11key Ch. 11 AP Practice Test (p. 732-735)
11/30 QUIZ Chi Square Tests – Goodness of Fit, Homogeneity and Independence