Advanced Placement Statistics
Grades 11 and 12
This course provides an overview of the essential concepts in statistics. Students learn how populations can be described by fundamental mathematical calculations. The importance of measures of central tendency is emphasized. Probability, sampling techniques, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing are also discussed. The broad goal of this course is to illustrate the wide application of statistical techniques across many different professional fields.
Prerequisite: Trig/Pre-calculus or College Algebra/Trigonometry. Students can take AP Stats as an elective while concurrently enrolled in Trig/Pre-calculus or College Algebra/Trigonometry.