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This PowerPoint presentation contains 130 slides to help you fully understand how to create your own 5-point perspective drawing. It is easier than you may think. This presentation is perfect for an art teacher who teaches drawing, advanced drawing, advanced placement art, perspective techniques,

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-State whether a variable is categorical or quantitative.
-Manually create a dotplot and a histogram that represent given data.
-Describe a distribution in terms of center, spread and shape.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfre

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This is a PowerPoint presentation designed for whole-course review and as practice tool for the AP Statistics Exam. The presentation contains 56 slides with 6 practice items drawn from the 2000 AP exam (including solutions and scoring guides), and a review of high-level concepts including: Distribut

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-State mean and standard deviation for The Standard Normal Distribution
-Given a raw score from a normal distribution, find the standardized “z-score”
-Use the Table of Standard Normal Probabilities to find the area under a given section of the Standard Normal curve.
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Probability Basics
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-Write the sample space for a set of events.
Count the outcomes in a sample space by using:
**A branching (tree) diagram.
**The multiplication principle.
-Apply the basic rules of probability to solve problems.
-Describe what is meant by the complement of an event.
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This lesson is intended to provide a general overview of the concepts of differentiation and integration. Knowledge of these concepts is required for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus.
Differentiation is the process of computing (finding) derivatives.

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Matched Pairs t Procedures
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-Students will perform a matched-pairs t procedure.
-Students will use the TI to calculate one-sample confidence intervals.
-Students will use the TI to calculate one-sample t-tests.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, Mc

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This is a graph theory lesson from Discrete Math on spanning trees, minimum weight spanning trees, Prim's Algorithm, and Kruskal's Algorithm for middle/high school/college students. Included: 2 sets of lesson slides (one on trees and spanning trees, the other on minimum weight spanning trees, Prim,

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-Describe verbally the meaning of STANDARD DEVIATION.
-Calculate the VARIANCE and STANDARD DEVIATION of a data set from a formula and on the TI.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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-Given a two-variable data set, construct and interpret a scatterplot.
-Identify variables as explanatory or response variables.
-Describe an association in terms of:
*Direction
*Shape (or form)
*Strength
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
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-Convert polynomial data to linear data by use of logarithm principles.
-Perform linear regression on linearized data.
-Evaluate linear fit by using a residual plot.
-Convert linear results to a polynomial function that models the original data.
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The Practice of Statistic

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Simple Random Samples
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-Describe the difference between a population and a sample.
-Describe the difference between a census and a survey.
-Describe what is meant by bias in a sample.
-Describe what is meant by a:
*Voluntary Response Sample.
*Convenience Sample.
*Simple Random Sample.
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-Review Section 3.1: Scatterplots.
-Review Section 3.2: Correlation.
-Review Section 3.3: Least Squares Regression.
-Review Section 4.1: Modeling Nonlinear Data.
-Review Section 4.2: Interpreting Correlation and Regression.
-Review Section 4.3: Relations in Categorical Data.
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Sampling Distributions
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-Students should be able to describe the difference between a parameter and a statistic.
-Students should be able to define a sample mean and a sample proportion.
-Students should be able to define and describe a sampling distribution.
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The Practi

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Describing Sampling Distributions
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-Compare the mean and standard deviation of a population with the mean and standard deviation of a distribution of sample means (also known as a sampling distribution).
-Define what is meant by an unbiased statistic.
-Describe how sampling distribution

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The Central Limit Theorem
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-Perform an activity that demonstrates the effect of the Central Limit Theorem.
-Write a statement of The Central Limit Theorem.
Reference Text:
The Practice of Statistics, First Edition.
Yates, Moore, McCabe
http://www.whfreeman.com/Catalog/static/whf/yates/

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Section 12.2.2 Practice
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-The drug AZT is used to treat symptoms of AIDS. It was studied in an experiment involving volunteers already diagnosed as having HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. 435 subjects took AZT and another 435 took a placebo. At the end of the study, 17 of the AZT subj

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Testing Distributions
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-Students will graph the chi-square distributions with various degrees of freedom.
-Students will calculate the chi-square statistic for a distribution sample.
-Students will form hypotheses and determine whether a distribution is the same as or differs from a give

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The Time Value of Money
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-Students will be able to:
--Use a formula to find the future value of a series of payments.
--Use the TVM Solver on the calculator to:
---Find the future value of a series of payments.
---Find the present value of a future series of payments.
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Designing Experiments
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-Describe the difference between an observational study and an experiment.
-Draw a schematic diagram of a completely randomized experiment that allows comparison between a treatment group and a control group.
-State the three principles of experimental design.
-Des

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A matrix is a way to organize data in columns and rows. A matrix is written inside brackets [ ]. Each item in a matrix is called an entry. In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices, or less commonly matrixes) is a rectangular array of numbers.
This guide is an excellent one for anyone who wants to l

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This document describes what a quadratic function is. I have also described how quadratic equations are solved and finally, I present some applications of quadratic functions.
In it you will find the following ideas.
I. Quadratic Functions in Standard Form
II. Solving Quadratic equations
a.)

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