# AP Statistics Nov 28 – Dec 2

Chapter 11: Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data

Date               Topic                                  Objectives                                                   Assignments/Assessments

 11/28 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 11/29 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 11/30 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 12/1 Practice Chi-Square Tests Free Response Practice  Answer Key:  ch11key Ch. 11 AP Practice Test (p. 732-735) 12/2 QUIZ Chi Square Tests – Goodness of Fit, Homogeneity and Independence

# Accelerated Geom/Algebra II Nov 14 – 18

USA Test Prep – due Friday (11/18) at midnight

I will post a makeup/replacement USA Test Prep that can be done over the Thanksgiving break.  You can replace a “zero” or your lowest one.

Monday, Nov 14 – Solving Radical Equations and Inequalities   HW:  p. 463-464, #28-54 even

Tuesday, Nov 15 – Review Unit 6B – Rational Exponents and Radicals – p. 470, #1-2, 4, 7-16, 18-23;  p. 471, #1, 3, 5, 6; p. 472, #2, 4, 17-19, 22, 24  and if you did not do well on the quiz, go back and do p. 23, #1-51 odds

Wednesday, Nov 16 – Unit 6B Test    HW:  USA Test Prep – due Friday night at midnight

Thursday, Nov 17 – Functions and Compositions   Power point:  function-operations-and-composition-nov-17   HW:  p. 660-661, #15-32, 35, 39-43 ALL

Friday, Nov 18 – Inverse Functions

# AP Statistics Nov 14 – 18

Monday, Nov 14 – Review Chapter 10 – Comparing Two Proportions or Two Means   HW:  Ch. 10 AP Practice Test

Tuesday, Nov 15 – Chapter 10 Test   HW:  FRQ #6 Problem

Wednesday, Nov 16 – Cookie Experiment

Thursday, Nov 17 – AP FRQ Grading

Friday, Nov 18 –  AP Mult Choice Practice

# AP Statistics Nov 7 – 11

Monday, Nov 7 – Sec 10.1  Hypothesis Tests for Two Proportions  HW:  Do #5 and 6 on the worksheet from Friday  – Assume condition are met!  You will turn these in to be graded!

Tuesday, Nov 8 – Election Day – enjoy your day off!

Wednesday, Nov 9 – Sec 10.2 Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Tests for Two Means

HW:  Change from schedule – do problems #1-4 on the handout!

Thursday, Nov 10:  More Comparing Two Means – Airplane Activity   HW:  Finish the write up for the Airplane Experiment – turn in on Friday!

Friday, Nov 11:  Review Chapter 10   HW:  Work on FRQ Review and finish “make up” Proportion problems – TEST MOVED TO TUESDAY

Monday, Nov 14 – More Ch. 10 Review

Tuesday, Nov 15 – Ch. 10 Test