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AP Statistics

AP Statistics

AP Statistics is a course in which students interpret graphical displays of distributions, summarize distributions, compare distributions, and explore bivariate data.  Students study methods for collecting data, planning and conducting surveys and experiments.  Probability is explored through simulations, probability rules, random variables, normal distributions, binomial distributions, geometric distributions, and the Central Limit Theorem.  Statistical inference is studied through confidence intervals for means and proportions and through tests of significance.  Students are encouraged to take the AP exam in May.  Most 4-year degrees require at least one Statistics course be taken.  A passing score on this exam will earn credit for introductory Statistics course at most universities. This class can be taken as a dual credit class and a student can earn three college credits transferable from SCC.  Students taking the course for dual credit will be required to purchase the textbook.

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