This is a Jeopardy game that I use with my Advanced Placement Students that covers the end of our school year. It has old practice AP multiple choice problems in the form of a Jeopardy game. Kids have fun competing against each other or in groups
This is a Jeopardy game that I use with my Advanced Placement Students that covers the beginning of our school year. It has old practice AP multiple choice problems in the form of a Jeopardy game. Kids have fun competing against each other or in
This is a project about linear regression where the students research 10 cities that they want to visit. They use the internet to research flights and record the total distance and the total cost of the flight. They then do some analysis of the
This is a project that Statistics students can do once they understand histograms, boxplots, z-scores, mean, standard deviation, 5 number summary, as well as calculating probabilities from a standard normal chart. Fun project that gets the kids to
A fun project where students will investigate the round trip miles and total cost to fly to ten cities in the United States. Kids will perform linear regression and calculate each cities residual cost. They will then decide which city is the best
The following is an organized document that I give my students at the beginning of inference. It organizes many of the formulas that appear on the AP Statistics exam, but it includes the calculator command that corresponds to the formula.
In this activity, the kids use a chromebook or any other electronic device to go to a website and test their reaction time. Kids will write down their results and analyze them by creating histograms, box plots and other statistical tools. They