Finish reading Chapter 11, pages 291-299, then from pages 301-302, do exercises 9, 13, 17, 19
Over the weekend, continue reading chapter 11: pages 285-291, up to “The Valid Survey,” then do exercises 4, 7, 8, 12 from pages 300-301.
Finish the Chapter 10 Investigative Task assignment that you started in class. This will be due at the start of class tomorrow, and as usual, your response should be completed in a Google Document and submitted to me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please name your file appropriately. The file name should have the format “LastName.FirstName.Ch10InvTask”. For example, mine would be “Kirk.Benjamin.Ch10InvTask”.
Please also read the first part of Chapter 11, pages 280-285 (up to the section on “Simple Random Samples”). There will be a reading quiz tomorrow using the “Just Checking” questions in that section.
From pages 278-279, do exercises 28, 29, 33, 36
You will be given an Investigative Task in class tomorrow to review and start, then finish for tomorrow night’s homework.
Record your results for simulations in class here.
For tonight, from pages 277-278, do exercises 7, 12, 14, 20
Read pages 267-276 (all of chapter 10) from your textbook, then do exercises 11, 13, 17 from page 277. These ask you to design and run a simulation. Do at least 20 trials!
For tomorrow, you should complete the multiple choice questions (1-15) from the Unit 2 Practice Exam – pages 264-266.
In addition to that, you were given a novel task in class today. I am asking you, based on the draw of a card, to either actually flip a coin 200 times and record the results or to make up the results of 200 coin flips and enter them on this sheet. If you weren’t in class today (Thursday) to get your assignment, flip a coin one time first to see which version you will actually be doing: If it is heads, flip the coin 200 more times; if it is tails, make them up.
If you picked up an extra credit sheet in class after the test, that is due tomorrow (do not ask me for extra copies of this sheet).
For Friday, you should complete the multiple choice questions from the Unit 2 Practice Exam – pages 264-266.
Your Unit 2 test is tomorrow, so spend some time reviewing/studying for it. Consult the Unit 2 Review Materials for answers to yesterday’s textbook assignment and a handful of additional practice problems. Feel free to work on more problems out of the review section of the text. I can share my answers.
One more reminder: your Unit 2 test will be on Wednesday, October 31. It will be cumulative for the entire unit, including chapters 6 and 7 that have already been tested, along with the content from chapter 8 (outliers, primarily) and chapter 9 (re-expression)
We’ll have another review packet in class tomorrow. For tonight, please work on the textbook review assignment: Read the summary information on pages 255, then from pages 257-261, do 10, 11, 16, 19, 20, 22, 23, 30.
Finish reading chapter 9 (pages 242-246), then work on exercises 18, 19, 30 from pages 251-254.
We will have our Unit 2 test on Wednesday, October 31.
No reading assignment tonight, but please work on exercises 6, 16, and 17 from pages 248-250.
The date of our unit test has been shifted. It is now scheduled for Wednesday, October 31st.
We’ve started chapter 9, the last chapter of Unit 2. Tonight, please read pages 232-242 (up to “Plan B”) and then do exercises 3, 5, 11, and 15 from pages 247-250.
Our Unit 2 test will be on Tuesday, October 30.
From pages 228-230, do exercises 31, 33, and 37.
Read pages 214-222 in your text (finishing chapter 8), then from the exercises on pages 225-226 do 17, 19, 22, 25
We have started chapter 8, an extended chapter about “what can go wrong” with scatterplots and fitting models. For tonight, read pages 209-214, up to the section on Outliers, then from the exercises on pages 222-225, do 1, 3, 5, and 15.
No homework for tonight beyond the extra credit puzzle you picked up after you finished your test.
And before you ask, no I do not have extra copies of the puzzle. If you didn’t pick it up in class, you’re out of luck.
Your test on chapters 6 and 7 is tomorrow. Tonight, review those two chapters, do some additional exercises from your text, and work on the Linear Regression Review (the solutions to the review sheets are contained in this file, so review both of them!)
We will have a test on Chapters 6 and 7 (association and linear models) on Wednesday, October 17. On Monday and Tuesday, we will review.
So today, your homework is Linear Regression Review 1 (this file contains tomorrow’s review as well, so please hold off on starting that until tomorrow!)