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AP Stats Links
TPS, 3e Resources This includes applets, practice quizzes, data from the textbook exercises and more
Online MultipleChoice Chapter Quizzes A set of multiple choice questions for review of every chapter of your book
Student CD Data all of the data and support material for our textbook
Download Fathom software
Statistical Applets from Macmillan
Statistics Applets from BFW publisher of your textbook
Connections with your Calculator:
Links for Review/Overview
Against All Odds video series  short Stats videos for many of the most important topics
AP Statistics Exam Tips for Students  written by two experienced teachers/readers, posted on the CB website
StatTrek.com  a tutorial/summary of AP Stats curriculum
Stats4STEM  AP Statistics review exercises
AP Credit Policy Info Find colleges and universities with AP credit policy information
Interactive Visualizations of Significance Testing and Power also with links to visualization of correlation and confidence intervals
Links for Specific Topics
Does Disease Have a Smell?
(Ch 3) Guess the Correlation  the Java applet that trains you to guess the value of r from a scatterplot
(Ch 5) Correlation or Causation?  links to press articles relevant to this issue
(Ch 8) Plinko and the Binomial Distribution  an online applet to simulate Plinko
(Ch 9) Central Limit Theorem Applet  the one we use in class to introduce the CLT
(Ch 11) Power Calculator Applet  shows the calculation of the power of a hypothesis test
(Ch 1015) Classifying Statistics Problems  practice identifying inference procedures
Resources
The AP Statistics Formula Sheet the formulas that will be provided on the AP Stat test
Summary of Inference Procedures a table of conditions and formulas used in the procedures included in the AP Statisics syllabus
Statistical Applets from Rossman and Chance
StatKey a sweet set of online tools for doing and investigating Statistics
Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
YouTube Lecture on Laws of Logarithms  this 9minute video was made for a calculus class, but most of it applies to this class too.
The TI84 Plus Guidebook (PDF)  What? You say you no longer have the guidebook that came with your graphing calculator? Well, here's an electronic version that you can use to quickly look up what you need.
Linear Regression Inference program (for TI84)  Install this program on your calculator and you'll be able to generate more information when you do linear regression for data stored in two lists. This includes the reporting of the standard error of b.
AP Statistics Score Calculator  this lets you play with different scenarios for AP Statistics test scores to see how you might line up against the cut scores for 2002 and 2007. Note: the cut scores are set each year by the Chief Reader based on various criteria, including the performance of students on that year's AP examination, so this is useful only as a hypothetical comparison of your scores against a previous year's cut scores.
