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AP Statistics

AP Statistics Teachers

Morse, Stacey (408) 366-7388 ex.4878 Math Teacher
Stubbs, Ashley (408) 366-7388 ex.4880 Math Teacher
Williams, April (408) 366-7388 ex.4850 Math Teacher

Course Description

Recommended:  C or better in Algebra 2 or higher math course with teacher recommendation. 


This course covers the content of one semester of an introductory, non-Calculus-based, college curriculum in Statistics which is often a requirement for college students majoring in the social sciences, health sciences and business. Students will be introduced to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.  The course is built around four main topics:  exploring data, planning a study, probability as it relates to distribution of data, and inferential reasoning.  With the possible exception of probability, most of the material in this course has not been a part of the traditional secondary mathematics curriculum. Students successfully completing this course are prepared to take the Statistics AP Exam which includes use of a graphing calculator.