AP Statistics Section 4.2 Experiments

AP Statistics Section 4.2 Experiments

Author: Dorothy Rich

1. Students should know the difference between an experiment and an observational study. They should know the vocabulary for the parts of an experiment and how a well designed experiment can give cause and effect relationships.

2. Students should be able to understand and explain in context the three parts of experimental design: Control, randomization, and replication.

3. Student should be able to design an CRD and the application of blocking, paired designs, placebo, and control group.

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Work for Section 4.2

Work for Section 4.2: Remember to take responsibility for your own learning! Complete the notes below with the video. Then take the quiz below and the three question quiz for fun on the right! Let me know if you have questions.

REQUIRED: Notes for section 4.2

Print out these notes or use the copy that I already gave you in class. Take good notes on the video and/or reading from section 4.2.

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REQUIRED! Video for 4.2

REQUIRED: Show your Understanding

Answer the following in complete sentences. Come to class with your completed notes, and be ready to discuss areas of confusion. These questions along with your notes will be your reading quiz grade.