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IB/AP Statistics Chapter 6 Assignments
Homework Assignments
NO WORK = NO POINTS!
Learning Goal: Students will understand confidence intervals and be able to find
the specific intervals for the mean, standard deviation, and proportion for a
population parameter.
Date Assigned Section and Topic
Assignment
11/30 & 12/3
6.1 Confidence Intervals for
the Mean (Large Samples)
12/4
6.2 Confidence Intervals for
the Mean (Small Samples)
12/5 & 12/6
6.3 Confidence Intervals for
Population Proportions
12/7
Quiz 6.1 – 6.3
12/10
6.4 confidence Intervals for
Variance and Standard
Deviation
Review from book
12/11
12/12 & 12/13
12/14 – 12/18
& 12/18
12/19 & 12/20
Test Chapter 6
Review for Final
Semester Final
CW: 6.1 Note sheet
HW: p. 277 - 279 (1 – 22 all, 23,
27, 32, 35, 38, 40, 42)
Due 12/7 (Friday)
CW: 6.2 Extra practice
HW: p. 289 – 291
(1 – 15 odd, 17 – 27 odd)
Due 12/7 (Friday)
CW: 6.3 Extra practice
CW: Review 6.1 – 6.3
HW: p. 298 – 300 (2 – 16 even;
17 – 21 odd)
Due 12/7 (Friday)
Quiz AP
Multiple choice AP questions
Due Monday, 12/10
HW p. 306 – 307 ( 1, 2, 4, 5, 7,
8, 10, 11, and 13)
Due 12/12 or 12/13
HW: p. 312 – 314 (1 – 31 odd)
HW: Self Reflection
Learning Scale
4
In addition to Level 3, the student can make connections to real-world
applications.
Student can correctly:
 A) Determine a point estimate and maximum error of estimate
 B) Construct and interpret confidence intervals for the mean (large
samples)
Mastery
 C) Determine the required minimum sample size when estimating µ
 D) Interpret the t-distribution and use a t-distribution table
 E) Construct confidence intervals when n < 30 and σ is unknown
3
 F) Determine a point estimate for the population proportion.
 G) Construct a confidence interval for a population proportion
 H) Determine the required sample size when estimating a population
proportion
 I) Interpret the chi-square distribution and use a chi-square distribution
table
 J) Construct a chi-square distribution confidence interval for the
variance and standard deviation.
2
The Student can correctly complete most of level 3.
1
The student can correctly complete Level 3 only with guidance
0
The student is unable to complete Level 3, even with guidance
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