Stats With Hogan

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Students will: -use the point estimate to create a confidence interval -calculate the point estimate and margin of error given an interval -interpret a confidence interval and level. -be introduced to critical values These
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This is the 10th lesson in the Probability Unit. Students will: -complete an introductory activity in which they will take samples of the same size and explore the sampling distribution -determine if a number is a parameter or a
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This bundle contains all four lessons for the Experimental Design unit for AP Statistics. Students will be exposed to the essential vocabulary. They will learn how to properly collect data, conduct experiments with proper experimental design, and
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This is the first lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. The students will be exposed to key vocabulary terms. They will graph categorical data, calculate marginal distributions, calculate conditional distributions, and use conditional
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This is the seventh lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. Students will be exposed to key vocabulary. Students will: -describe the relative location of the mean and median on a density curve -use the empirical rule to estimate the
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This is the tenth lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. In this lesson students will learn to identify the explanatory and response variables, gather data and create a scatterplot, They will define the direction, form, and strength of their
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This is the 12th lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. The students will be exposed to key vocabulary terms. This lesson continues with the analysis of shoe size and height. Students will make a scatterplot with technology and a regression
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This is the 11th lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit and a continuation of lesson 10. Students will examine scatterplots learning how to identify outliers and clusters. They will interpret scatterplots. They will calculate the correlation
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Students will: -check for conditions: Random,10%, and Normal (CLT or population is approx. normal). -understand how t-distributions are different from normal distributions and why it is necessary to use t-distributions
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This is the 11th lesson in the Probability Unit. In this lesson students will: -calculate the mean and standard deviation of a sample proportion -determine if a sampling distribution is approximately normal -they will use normal approximation to
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This is the 3rd and 4th lesson introducing students to statistics. In these lessons students will learn how to design a statistical study, know how to collect data by doing observational studies, experiments, simulations, and surveys. They will
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This is the eighth lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. Students will standardize values. They will use z-scores to find the area under a Normal curve(Table A). They will use areas (Table A) to find z-scores. These lesson are set up to have
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Students will: -note the conditions for calculating a confidence interval for proportions -calculate critical values using tables or technology -build and interpret confidence intervals for proportions. -calculate the sample
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This contains all of the lessons in the Descriptive Statistics Unit for AP Statistics. There are 14 lessons: -Analyzing Categorical Data (lesson 1) -Displaying Quantitative Data (lesson 2) -Using numbers to describe Quantitative Data
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This is the fifth lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. Students will be exposed to key vocabulary. Students will: - locate and interpret the percentile of an individual in a distribution - use a cumulative relative frequency graph
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Students will: -identify the null and alternative hypotheses for a significance test about a population proportion -interpret a P-value in the context of the problem -make an appropriate conclusion based on a significance
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This is the 5th lesson in the Probability Unit. In this lesson students be exposed to the key vocabulary terms, they will calculate probabilities using a probability distribution, calculate the mean and standard deviation of a discrete random
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This is the second lesson that introduces students to organizing and graphically displaying data. Students will graph quantitative using stem and leaf plots and dot plots. They will graph qualitative data using a pie chart and pareto charts. The
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This bundle contains 4 lessons in the form of student guided notes with keys. The first lesson introduces students to basic statistics vocabulary. They will identify parameters and statistics. They will determine if the statistics are inferential
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This is the 13th lesson in the Descriptive Statistics Unit. . In this lesson students will determine if a linear model is a good fit for the data, calculate and interpret r^2, interpret a computer regression output, calculate and interpret S, and
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This is my 16th year teaching for Orange County Public Schools. This will be my 6th year teaching AP Statistics and Probability and Statistics Honors.

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I use the flipped concept along with foldable lessons.

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I am Nationally Board Certified in Mathematics. Teacher of the Year (Mathematics) for Meadow Woods Middle School 2007-2008.

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