Introduction to Statistics 1 AP: Inference for a Single Variable


  • 06 June 2014
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To provide an easy introduction to statistical inference for a single variable. Once you've completed this course you'll be able to apply statistically valid designs to basic studies, and test hypotheses regarding proportions and means.

Note: This is the first of a two course sequence, part two being Introduction to Statistics 2-AP: Working with Bivariate Data. For those with little or no prior exposure to basic probability and descriptive stats, see also Survey of Statistics for Beginners.

This course is especially suited for AP stats teachers who need to tune up their statistical skills. It features an emphasis on graphing calculators, a high school version of the textbook (which is a leading textbook for AP statistics), and an instructor who is an experienced AP Stats teacher.

Please note this course ends on 27th June 2014.

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