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AP STATISTICS 2016–2017 Note: You may access the chapter text and homework assignments at bit.ly/textCh9 and textbook videos at bcs.whfreeman.com/tps5e Chapter 9: Testing a Claim Date Activities Thursday 9.1 Significance Tests: The Basics pp. 538–550 February 2 Friday Pep Rally 6th/7th February 3 Monday Continue 9.1 Notes February 6 Tuesday 9.2 Tests about a Population Proportion February 7 pp. 554–569 Wednesday Continue 9.2 Notes February 8 Thursday 9.1 / 9.2 Practice February 9 Friday 9.1 Quiz February 10 Monday 9.3 Tests about a Population Mean pp. 574–594 February 13 Tuesday Continue 9.3 Notes February 14 Wednesday Practice: Tests about a Population Mean February 15 Thursday Review / FRAPPY!! February 16 Friday Test: Chapter 9 February 17 Monday Student Holiday: President’s Day February 20 Homework ( video solution available) Start working on your homework!!!!!! HW #35 due: p. 551 (1 , 4, 8, 10, 14, 21 , 25–28) HW #36 due: p. 570 (31 , 35 , 39 , 42, 46, 48, 59–62) HW #37 due: p. 595 (65 , 69, 73 , 78, 86, 95–100) 9.1 Significance Tests: The Basics STATE the null and alternative hypotheses for a significance test about a population parameter. INTERPRET a P-value in context. DETERMINE whether the results of a study are statistically significant and MAKE an appropriate conclusion using a significance level. INTERPRET a Type I and a Type II error in context and GIVE a consequence of each. 9.2 Tests about a Population Proportion STATE and CHECK the Random, 10%, and Large Counts conditions for performing a significance test about a population proportion. PERFORM a significance test about a population proportion. INTERPRET the power of a test and DESCRIBE what factors affect the power of a test. DESCRIBE the relationship among the probability of a Type I error (significance level), the probability of a Type II error, and the power of a test. 9.3 Tests about a Population Mean STATE and CHECK the Random, 10%, and Normal/Large Sample conditions for performing a significance test about a population mean. PERFORM a significance test about a population mean. USE a confidence interval to draw a conclusion for a two-sided test about a population parameter. PERFORM a significance test about a mean difference using paired data.