This Week’s Assignment
Watch these three videos:
Take notes as needed and revise your response to the ACT Investigate Task by Friday, May 29 at 2:00 pm. If you are just editing the existing Google Document that you have already submitted, you do not need to submit the document a second time. Otherwise, use the typical file naming guidelines
Due to the closure and the lost class time that involved, we were forced to skip the last unit of the course. Ms. Seifert and I have decided this content is still important for you to see, so we’re going to use the last two weeks of class to go back and discuss one more category of inference: the Chi-Square Test.
Ms. Seifert has created some more videos to watch, so please take the time to check them out here:
- Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit
- Chi-Square Test for Homogeneity
- Chi-Square Test for Independence
- (Optional): Stats Medic Summary of Chi-Square Tests
You may also want to check out the Desmos lesson we did in class on the 28th as a guided introduction to Goodness of Fit tests in particular. We didn’t get the chance to work on the second example (attached earlobes and tongue-rolling) together, but if you want to enter your responses and get some feedback, let me know and I can leave comments on your work. Make sure you sign in to your Google Account on Desmos, otherwise you won’t be able to access your responses again!
By Friday, June 5 at 2:00, please log into AP Classroom and take the Chi-square “Quiz” that is posted. The system should give you your score automatically after you complete the assignment, and if you have any questions about it, please sign up for Office Hours so we can chat!
This work is optional and not completing it will not impact your grade for the course.
AP Exam Model Responses
AP exam questions have been released to teachers, but there are too many versions of the exam to write the model responses that I promised. Instead, if you’d like to review your responses with me, you can sign up for an Office Hours session and we can chat. For security reasons, I won’t be able to reveal the exact text of the questions you saw, but I’ll answer any questions you might have about your response to the best of my ability.