## Inference Power Points

Please see inference section. Chapters 20 and 21…all standard powerpoints can be accessed here.

https://www.glastonburyus.org/STAFF/EISENBERGB/APSTATISTICS/Pages/default.aspx

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Please see inference section. Chapters 20 and 21…all standard powerpoints can be accessed here.

https://www.glastonburyus.org/STAFF/EISENBERGB/APSTATISTICS/Pages/default.aspx

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https://www.glastonburyus.org/STAFF/EISENBERGB/APSTATISTICS/Pages/default.aspx

On this website, refer to Chapter 18, 19, 23 (Sampling Distributions and Confidence Intervals for Means & Proportions)

along with reading chapter 9, you may want to take a look at these power points on sampling distributions:

https://www.glastonburyus.org/staff/EisenbergB/APStatistics/Documents/Chapter%2018%20powerpoint.ppt

https://www.glastonburyus.org/staff/EisenbergB/APStatistics/Documents/Chapter%2019%20Powerpoint.ppt

Here is a link to a powerpoint on re-expression: https://www.glastonburyus.org/staff/EisenbergB/APStatistics/Documents/Chapter%2010%20Powerpoint.ppt

Here is a link to a powerpoint on regression wisdom: https://www.glastonburyus.org/staff/EisenbergB/APStatistics/Documents/Chapter%209%20Powerpoint.ppt

Here is a wikipedia summary of regression towards the mean: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regression_toward_the_mean

Page 1: A, E, B

Page 2: B, C, A

Page 3: B, C

Page 4: C, E, D

Page 5: D, C, B

Page 6: C, A

Page 7: D, B, A

Page 8: C, #21 – C or E is okay, maybe C is a little better

Page 9: E (CATEGORICAL DATA)

Page 10: A, B

Page 11: E, C

Page 12: A, E, D

Page 13: D, B, E, A (For #32, I contest answer choice D though)

Page 14: E, A, D, A

Page 15: A

Page 16-17: D, B, E

Page 18: B, B

Distribution Tables (not necessary for this unit on correlation)