• AP Statistics Course Syllabus

    INSTRUCTOR:  Mrs. Lynn Chuang


    Phone Number:  714-433-6673

    Email:  lynn.chuang@sausdlearns.net

    Room Number:  2-103



    AP Statistics is an introductory college-level statistics course that introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students cultivate their understanding of statistics using technology, investigations, problem solving, and writing as they explore concepts like variation and distribution; patterns and uncertainty; and data-based predictions, decisions, and conclusions.

    TEXTBOOK:  The Practice of Statistics, 5ed.

    Semester 1:

    Chapter 1

    Chapter 2

    Chapter 3

    Chapter 4

    Chapter 5

    Chapter 6

    Exploring Data

    Modeling Distributions of Data

    Describing Relationships

    Designing Studies


    Random Variables

    Semester 2: 

    Chapter 7

    Chapter 8

    Chapter 9

    Chapter 10

    Chapter 11

    Chapter 12

    Sampling Distributions

    Estimating with Confidence

    Testing a Claim

    Comparing Two Populations or Groups

    Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data

    More about Regression

    AP EXAM: Thursday, May 5, 2022, 12:00 pm



    1. Regular attendance. The responsibility is yours to make up any work due to absences/tardies of any kind.  Come prepared every day with homework, charged chromebook, and all supplies. 
    1. Regular individual and group effort focused on math. If you are struggling, please seek assistance. You must fully participate in order to learn.  
    1. Precision and Neatness. Being accurate and neat is important in math. Working to the best of your ability is expected, and you must fully support your answer with clear work / explanations.



    • Notebook (composition or spiral are acceptable / lined or graph are acceptable)   
    • Colored pens, colored pencils, and highlighters.
    • Computer fully charged and ready daily you will also check out a class TI-84 Plus CE calculator and be responsible for making sure you bring it to class daily as well.




    25%  CW/Participation

    10%  HW

    Given daily, collected weekly.  Must be neat and show the original problem, all the steps to reaching the solution, and written response to the problem. Special attention should be paid to any problems you got wrong, get help on them, and be sure to study these for the test.  

    **Late homework will only be accepted for excused absences within the same number of days as you missed class. 



    40%  Midterm / Final / Projects

    This is where you show how well you have learned the material.  You will be able to retake a chapter test after attending tutorials and completing a retake review assignment and may earn a maximum score of 85% on retakes.  


    25%  Team Tests / 


    These are designed to help you study/prepare for tests.   Quizzes will be given almost on a weekly basis so you know what you need help with before the Chapter test. 


    90-100% -- A 80-89% -- B 70-79% --  C 60-69% --  D 59% or below – F 

    *** Grading Weights/ Scales Subject to change given directions from the district office. 

    I read and  understand the course expectations and agree to abide by them. 


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    Be MINDFUL and KIND to yourself, other humans, and animals.


    Have GRIT - find success through failures. 


    Put forth your BEST EFFORTS.


    WORK HARD everyday. 



Last Modified on August 29, 2021