From chapter 18, read pages 473-479, up to the section on Critical Values. We will have a reading quiz in class tomorrow, where I’ll ask you to report your answers to the Just Checking section in today’s reading.
From the exercises on pages 489-490, please do 1, 5, 7, and 9.
And if you’d like to review my answers to the Central Limit Theorem supplemental examples sheet, you can find them here.
Complete the Chapter 10 Investigative Task. As usual, your response should be completed in a Google Document and submitted to me (email@example.com) by the beginning of class tomorrow. Please name your file appropriately. The file name should have the format “LastName.FirstName.Ch10InvTask”. For example, mine would be “Kirk.Benjamin.Ch10InvTask“.
Also, read the first few pages of Chapter 11 (pages 280-285, up to the section on Simple Random Samples). We will start class tomorrow with a reading quiz using the Just Checking questions on page 285.
You will want to refer to this Desmos application for today’s exercise.
For homework, read pages 214-222 and do exercises 17, 19, 22, 25 from pages 225-227. There will be a reading quiz on Monday about the Just Checking section!
Read pages 154-161 (up to the section on “Straightening”). From the exercises on pages 168-173, do 9, 10, 14, 15, 41, 42.
There will be a reading quiz about this section in class tomorrow, and we will have a more thorough, though short, quiz on chapter 6 on Friday, October 6.
Also, check out Guess the Correlation, a surprisingly addictive online game where you, surprise, surprise, guess the correlation value for a randomly created association. How high can you get your score?
Start reading Chapter 2, pages 14-24, up through the “Just Checking” questions on page 24. We will have a reading quiz about those Just Checking questions, so if you complete them on your own (and check your answers at the end of the chapter exercises on page 42), you are welcome to use whatever notes you have taken on the quiz.
In addition, please identify the W’s for exercises 15 and 16 on page 11 and complete exercises 11, 13, 17, 23 from pages 36-39.