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Welcome to AP Statistics

AP Stat

Advanced Placement Statistics

Mrs. Barbagallo

cbarbagallo@commack.k12.ny.us

Welcome to AP statistics.  I look forward to a wonderful and exciting year.  Our objectives for this course will include the successful completion of our academic curriculum coupled with an appreciation of the subject matter.  I strongly encourage you to be an active participant in the course work this year as it is the best way to get a true appreciation for the material.

 

Statistical analysis can be seen in many applications ranging from the daily newspaper to advanced scientific research.  It is the purpose of this Advanced Placement course in statistics to provide an introduction to the major concepts and tools for collecting data, analyzing data, and drawing conclusions from data.

 

Materials Needed: 

=      Looseleaf binder with four sections labeled:  Do Now, notes, homework, and tests.

=      Tools:  Pen, pencil, ruler, graph paper

=      Textbook:  Stats Modeling the World

=      Technology:  TI84/TI84Plus

 

HomeworkHomework is an integral part of our course work and will count for 10% of your grade.  At this level of study, thoughtful completion of assignments is expected.

 

Grading:  Major tests will be rated out of a possible 80 or more points.  Quizzes will range from 10 to 50 points.  Your test grades grades will be determined by the total number of points earned divided by the total possible points. 

 

Your marking period grade will consist of

Tests/quizzes 90%

Homework 10%

 

Absences:  In the event of a legal absence, missed class work, homework, notes, tests, quizzes, etc. will need to be made up in a timely fashion – usually within 1 week of the absence unless there are extenuating circumstances.  Please understand that it is your responsibility to as for work, quizzes, etc. which occurred during an absence.

 

Extra Help:  I will offer extra help on Tuesday afternoons.  In addition I will be available on other days which will be determined week by week.  Please do not hesitate to ask for help. 

 

Class Helper:  To assist each other, I would ask that each member of the class choose another student to collect any materials handed out in the event of an absence.

 

Concerns:  Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me at extra help or by e-mail at cbarbagallo@commack.k12.ny.us .  I will return your message as soon as possible.

Course Curriculum

Unit #1 Work/Documents

Unit #8: Binomial and Geometric Distributions

Unit 11: Chi Square Tests

Contact Information
By Mail:  1 Scholar Lane Commack, NY 11725
By Phone:  (631) 912-2100
By Email: webmaster@commack.k12.ny.us
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