- Finish 1997 and 2002 MC exams [email me if you need copies]
April 12
- Click here for notes from class today - Get started on 1997 MC and 2002 MC [due after vacation] - These will be available tomorrow in class. If you are absent Thursday and Friday, please email me for copies of these two exams.
April 11
- p.731-735: 11, 12, 18, 34 [CI and HT for each] - Click here for classwork/notes
April 10
- Answer these questions about the data on p. 733-734 #24 - Period 5: Also complete chi-square FRQ (posted yesterday)
- Part one of Inference Unit Test tomorrow [open response] - Multiple choice portion on Wednesday - For worksheet #4: Is there evidence that gas mileage has increased? - For optional extra practice #31: Is there evidence that symptoms cleared in more than 18% of children?
March 30
- Classwork: Build a confidence interval and run a hypothesis test for each of the five questions - p. 603 #51 Q: Is there evidence that the mean driving distance is greater than 285 yds? - p. 632# 46a Q: Is it more beneficial to listen to rap than Mozart? - p. 561 #36 - p. 513 #16 - p. 654 #32b Q: Is there evidence that stopping distances are longer on wet pavement? - OPTIONAL extra practice: p.659-665: 20, 29, 31, 34, 38 [Build CI and run HT for each] - Click here for solutions to the optional extra practice
March 29
- p. 650-653: 23, *30ab, 31 - Check conditions for #30
March 28
- Review packet [all confidence intervals and hypothesis tests] - Email me if you need a copy
March 27
- p. 629-631: 28, 29, 33-36
March 26
- p.626-628: 12*, 15, 16c, 17, 22ac** - *Build and interpret a 95% confidence interval - **Read carefully!
March 21
- None!
March 20
- p. 559: 20b, 22, 27 - For 22 & 27, just run a 5 step HT
March 19
- p.558: 13bcd, 14bcd, 15, 16, 18ab
March 16
- Review of both types of confidence intervals and hypothesis tests [1 mean, 1 proportion] - Click here for a copy
March 15
- p.599-603: 8*,9*,10*,11, 35adf, 36adf, 37bcde, 40b, 43, 44 *For 8-10, pick out the true statement (no need to comment on every false statement) * Run 5 step HT's for #35, 36, 40b
March 12
- p.599-601: 17bcde, 18bcde, 19, 20, 23bc 24bc
March 7
- None!
March 6
- Quiz tomorrow on 1 proportion confidence intervals and hypothesis tests - E-mail me for questions 1 through 5 on the in-class review - Click here for questions 6 through 10 - Click here for solutions to questions 6 through 10 - Click here for solutions to Monday's homework assignment
- p. 513-514: 15, 16, 17, 20, 24 - Run 5 step Hypothesis Tests for all questions - z-scores: 15) -1.92 16) 1.98 17) -3.178 20) -0.87 24) 2.55
February 28
- None!
February 27
- p. 489-492: 2, 6, 7, 8, 12ab, 13, 18, 36b
February 26
- p.492: 30b, 29, 33 - Worksheet [click here for a copy]
February 16
- Cumulative Review packet [click here for a copy] - Due Monday 2/26
February 15
- p. 491-492: 22, 23ab, 24abd, 26, 27ab
February 14
- Check-in quiz tomorrow [4 multiple choice] on sampling distributions for means and proportions [ch.17] - As always, extra help available in the morning
February 13
- p.468-471: 23, 25, 26, 28, 43, 44, 53, 54, 59, 60 - Ignore any mention of "conditions"
February 12
- Click here for homework [sampling distributions for means and proportions]
February 9
- Click here for worksheet on sampling distributions
February 8
- None!
February 7
- Unit 4 Test Tomorrow!
February 6
- Finish review assignment for homework - Test pushed to Thursday
February 2
- Ch. 15 Review Packet #2 [click here] - Unit 4 Test on Wednesday
- Quiz tomorrow on venn diagrams, contingency tables, tree diagrams, and probability without replacement. - Optional extra review: p. 434-439: 1, 2, 6ab, 21ab, 35, 37, 41 [see below for answers] - Click here for review packet - Click here for answers to review packet **TYPO** For #2d: Given that a student got into UMASS, there's about a 52.4% chance that the also got into UNH. This is approximately the same as the percent of students who got into UNH in general (0.50). Therefore, there's evidence that getting into UMASS and getting into UNH are independent.
- Click here for answers to tree diagram worksheet 2 - Optional extra review answers: 1a) 0.34 b) 0.27 c) 0.069 d) No e) Evidence of independence 2a) i) 0.60 ii) 0.90 iii) 0.615 iv) 0.80 b) No 6a) 3% b) No c) No 21a) 0.717 b) 0.588 35a) 38% b) 41% c) 19.6% d) Independent 37a) 1/11 b) 7/22 c) 5/11 d) 0 e)19/66 41a) 0.017 b) 0.824
January 24
- p. 385-386: 27, 28 - Click here for tree diagram worksheet
January 23
- Finish p.387 #52-56 from class - Click here for packet
January 22
- p. 387: 43-46, 48-50
January 19
- p.386-387: 29-32, 37, 40-42
January 18
- p. 383-384 [ch. 14]: 1-3, 11-16
January 16
- None!
January 11
- Probability Quiz on Tuesday - Click here for classwork and here for extra practice (all solutions below) - Click here for solutions to all 3 review worksheets [answer to #11 on classwork: 5 and 2] - Optional EXTRA review for the quiz - click here for the worksheet and here for solutions.
- Unit 3 Test Part 2 Tomorrow: 15 multiple choice questions
December 19
- Unit 3 Test tomorrow (open response) and Thursday (multiple choice) - Click here for "How To's" for Unit 3 - More practice questions: p. 339-342 MC #11-20, FR #3 11. A 12. B 13. D 14. E 15. B 16. E 17. D 18. -- 19. -- 20. C - Click here for some practice multiple choice questions. 1. C 2. E 3. B 4. D 5. D 6. D 7. B 8. D (skip) 9. Reed, Miller, Ting, Donley 10. C
December 18
- Finish Unit 3 Review Packet [email me for a copy if absent]
December 15
- (Thoroughly) Read notes in packet [click here] - Finish multiple choice and free response in packet - Click here for a model description of a blocked experiment.
December 14
- Finish worksheet [email me if you need a copy] - Read p. 314-321 - In your notes, define: Blinding, single-blind, double-blind, placebo, placebo effect, matching
December 13
- p. 329-330: 34, 42abd, 46
December 12
- p. 326-327: 1a, 5, 10, 14, 16, 19 - Not including #1a, for every other question: 1) Draw a tree diagram 2) List the subjects, factor(s), levels, treatments, and response variable
December 11
- None!
December 8
- Ch. 11 Quiz on Monday - E-mail me for a copy of the practice quiz - Extra practice - Quizlet - Click here for practice multiple choice questions. Only look at #1, 3, 4, 5, 7. Answers on p. 13 of the document.
December 7
- Click here for classwork - Click here for homework
December 6
- p. 300-302: 2, 3, 4, 18, 20, 23
December 5
- Read p. 291-297 - Finish Ch. 11 questions (worksheet from yesterday) - Finish classwork worksheet (click here for a copy)
- Click here for solutions to optional extra practice (see Nov. 27th post)** **Download for better resolution** - Good luck studying!
November 27
- Unit 2 Review Packet due Tomorrow [see last post for a copy] - Optional extra practice:
p. 40 #33 [ch.2]
p. 79 #44 [ch.3]
p. 97 #7 [ch.4]
p. 136 #45 [ch.5]
p. 173 #39 [ch.6]
p. 207 #58 [ch.7]
p. 227 #27 [ch.8]
p. 250-251 #17 [ch.9]
p.279 #35 [ch.10]
- Click here for Unit 1 How To's - Click here for Unit 2 How To's - Click here for Ch. 10 How To's
November 21
- Classwork: p.277-279: 17, 18, 19, 28, 31, 32, 34 [Write descriptions for #17 and #18 only] - Unit 1 Review Packet - Due Monday [Click here] - Unit 2 Review Packet - Due Tuesday [Click here]
November 20
- Finish Simulation packet [click here for a copy] - Include descriptions for all three questions - Click here for examples of descriptions for 11/17 homework
- Unit 2 Test Tomorrow! - p.255-264: 19, 20, 27, 37, 39 and p.266: Free Response 1, 2abc [click here for FR #2 answers] - Click here for even answers to review questions
November 14
- p. 255-264: 2, 4, 7abc, 8, 10abdgh, 11, 15, 16 - Unit 2 Test on Thursday - Click here for Unit 2 How To's
- Ch. 9 Quiz on Monday - Classwork assignment: 1) p. 255-263: 1, 40bcd, 41 (reciprocal square root y) 2) p.264-265: 6, 7, 10 [ans: E, D, B] - Click here for extra practice [click here for solutions] - Quiz topics: 1) Influential points & high leverage points 2) Answering the question: "Is the linear model appropriate"? 3) Transformations and making predictions with transformed models.
November 9
- p.251-253: 18, 19, 25, 28 - For each question: 1) Sketch original scatterplot and residual plot 2) Sketch transformed scatterplot and residual plot 3) Write equation of the transformed linear model
November 8
- p.248: #6
November 6
- p.250: 14-16* - p. 225-228: 17-20, 25, 26, 30 *For #14-16: a) Sketch a scatterplot and a residual plot b) Is the linear model appropriate?
November 3
- Go Trick-or-Treating
November 2
- Click here for classwork - Click here for homework [2 FRQs]
November 1
- None!
October 26
- Click here for Thursday/Friday classwork (quiz review) **R-squared for question #6 should be 0.79 - Click here for solutions to review assignment - Extra MC practice: p. 264 #1-5 [D, B, B, D, C] - Click here for extra practice and answers [skip MC #7 and 10 and FR #14]
October 25
- p.206: 53 & 56 - For each question, draw a scatterplot by hand, find the equation of the LSRL, and draw the LSRL on your scatterplot.
October 24
- Click here for classwork/homework - Ch. 6/7 Quiz pushed to Monday
October 23
- p.203-204: 45ac, 46ac, 47, 48 - Click here for classwork worksheet
October 20
- p.167-172 [ch.6 pdf]: 3, 4, 8*, 15, 16, 36* - **For 8 and 36, describe the association using FUDS - Click here for "Guess the Correlation - matching" - Click here for "Guess the Correlation"
- Click here for Least Squares Regression Applet - p. 201-207: 31bc, 32bc, 56befgh, 57cg
October 16
- None!
October 13
- Finish 4 Free Response Questions [click here for copies] - No new material today, 4 FRQs were done in class
October 12
- None!
October 11
- Unit 1 Test Tomorrow! - Click here for practice test answers [p.147-149] - See below [Oct. 10] for other review solutions
October 10
- Unit 1 Test on Thursday - p.138-145: 6, 8, 24, 28, 30 - Click here for answers to 6, 8, 24 and here for 28 and 30
October 6
- Ch. 5 Quiz on Tuesday - Ch. 5 Review [classwork today]: p. 136: 40-46d - Unit 1 Test on Thursday - Unit 1 Review [due Wednesday]: p. 138-145: 6, 8, 24, 28, 30
October 5
- No HW [click here for classwork and here for solutions] - Ch. 5 Quiz on Tuesday - Unit 1 Test on Thursday
- p.78-79: 39, 40, 44 [Build a frequency table and histogram for each]
September 18
- p. 79: 44, 46, 49 - For each question, build a boxplot and a stem and leaf plot
September 14
- Finish Chipotle boxplot - p.74-80: 13, 40 [Test for outliers and build boxplots]
September 13
- None!
September 12
- Click here for practice quiz answers - Click here for classwork review answers - Click here for optional extra review - Click here for extra review answers
September 11
- Practice quiz [email me for a copy if you were absent!] - Ch. 1 & 2 Quiz on Wednesday!
September 8
- p. 39-40: 26a-c, 30a-e, 31a-c, 32a-d, 33a-c - Cover your books!
September 7
- p. 36-37: 12*, 23, 24 and COVER YOUR BOOKS!!
*For #12, build a: 1 - Frequency table 2 - Frequency bar chart 3 - Relative Frequency Table 4 - Relative Frequency Bar Chart **Even though the question references #11, only use the frequencies listed in question #12
September 6
- p.11-12: 16, 17, 22, 24 [For each question, list all variables and label them as either quantitative or categorical] - Read p. 14 - 18 [top half] from Ch. 2
September 5
- Find online textbook at www.phschool.com - Web code: azk-1117 - Read p. 1 - 7