### AP Statistics

### Units

## Unit 0: All Units Inclusive

## Unit 1: Descriptive Statistics and Sampling

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This chapter focuses on writing effective instructions, emphasizing clear and simple language, understanding the procedure, and considering the reader's perspective. It guides readers on structuring the procedure, grouping tasks, and designing instructions for better organization and readability.

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Total Questions: 18

MCQ: 14

FRQ: 4

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This chapter teaches the fundamentals of organizing and analyzing data. It covers differentiating between quantitative and qualitative data, utilizing various graphical methods like histograms and dot plots, and summarizing data through measures of center (mean, median) and spread (range, standard deviation).

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Total Questions: 24

MCQ: 18

FRQ: 6

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This chapter covers bivariate statistics, specifically focusing on scatterplots, correlation coefficients, and regression analysis. It explains how to interpret scatterplots, calculate correlation, and create and interpret regression lines. The chapter also covers residual plots and how to quantify the appropriateness of a linear model using standard deviation of residuals and the coefficient of determination.

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Total Questions: 17

MCQ: 12

FRQ: 5

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This chapter covers the fundamentals of designing research studies, including sampling methods, data production techniques like observational studies and experiments, and crucial experimental concepts like control groups and blinding. It also touches on the important distinction between generalizability and cause-and-effect relationships.

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Total Questions: 21

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 6

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## Unit 2: Probability and Distributions

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This chapter introduces the concept of probability, describing it as a measure of the likelihood of an event occurring. It covers foundational topics such as sample space, events, complementary events, mutually exclusive and independent events, conditional probability, and provides practical problems to illustrate these concepts.

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Total Questions: 21

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 6

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This chapter introduces the concept of random variables, which represent numerical outcomes of random events. It covers discrete and continuous random variables, expected value, standard deviation, and transformations. The chapter also explains binomial and geometric probability distributions, providing practical examples and calculator steps for solving related problems.

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Total Questions: 22

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 7

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This chapter introduces sampling distribution, explaining how statistics derived from a sample can estimate population parameters. It covers the variability and probability distributions of sample statistics, including sample means and sample proportions, emphasizing conditions for normal approximation and the Central Limit Theorem. Practical examples illustrate these concepts.

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Total Questions: 22

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 7

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## Unit 3: Inferential Statistics

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This chapter explains confidence intervals, including key concepts like point estimates, margin of error, and confidence levels. It discusses how to calculate and interpret confidence intervals for population proportions and means, using z-scores and t-distributions. Practical examples and calculator steps for constructing confidence intervals are provided.

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Total Questions: 22

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 7

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This chapter covers hypothesis testing, explaining the process of testing claims about population parameters using sample data. It introduces key concepts such as null and alternative hypotheses, p-value, and significance level. The chapter also discusses various tests, including one-proportion z-test, one-sample z/t-test, and paired data tests, and addresses potential errors and the power of a test.

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Total Questions: 24

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 9

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This chapter explains how to compare two populations by analyzing the difference in population proportions and means. It covers constructing confidence intervals and conducting hypothesis tests for these comparisons, detailing necessary conditions such as random sampling, 10% condition, and normal approximation. Practical examples and scenarios illustrate these statistical methods.

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Total Questions: 21

MCQ: 16

FRQ: 5

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This chapter covers the Chi Square test, a significance test for categorical variables. It explains three types of Chi Square tests: goodness of fit, homogeneity, and independence. Each test assesses different aspects of categorical data distributions, with conditions for validity and practical steps for calculations using a calculator.

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Total Questions: 20

MCQ: 15

FRQ: 5

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This chapter focuses on making inferences for regression, including the sampling distribution of sample slopes, conditions for inference, and constructing confidence intervals for the population regression line slope. It also covers hypothesis testing for the population regression slope, using statistical outputs from regression analysis to make informed decisions.

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Total Questions: 14

MCQ: 12

FRQ: 2

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## FLT 1: AP Statistics

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### Section I

###### Multiple Choice Questions

Duration: 45mins

Total Questions: 40

### Section II

###### Free Response Questions: Part A

Duration: 65mins

Total Questions: 5

###### Free Response Questions: Part B

Duration: 25mins

Total Questions: 1

## FLT 2: AP Statistics

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### Section I

###### Multiple Choice Questions

Duration: 90mins

Total Questions: 40

### Section II

###### Free Response Questions Part-A

Duration: 65mins

Total Questions: 5

###### Free Response Questions Part-B

Duration: 25mins

Total Questions: 1

## FLT 3: AP Statistics

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### Section I

###### Multiple Choice Questions

Duration: 90mins

Total Questions: 40

### Section II

###### Free Response Questions Part-A

Duration: 65mins

Total Questions: 5

###### Free Response Questions Part-B

Duration: 25mins

Total Questions: 1

## FLT 4: AP Statistics

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### Section I

###### Multiple Choice Questions

Duration: 90mins

Total Questions: 40

### Section II

###### Free Response Questions Part-A

Duration: 65mins

Total Questions: 5

###### Free Response Questions Part-B

Duration: 25mins

Total Questions: 1