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Statistics: Learning from Data, AP



Peck, Olsen, Short

Grades 11–12 

Second Edition ©2019 9781337558891

Offers an innovative approach to teaching and learning AP


Statistics, tackling the areas that students struggle with most:

probability, hypothesis testing, and selecting an appropriate

method of analysis

Guides students in gaining conceptual understanding,

mechanical proficiency, and the ability to put knowledge into

practice—supported by learning objectives, real-data

examples and exercises, and technology notes

Provides probability coverage based on current research that

shows how students best learn the subject

Includes two unique chapters on statistical inference and

learning from experiment data, which address two common

areas of student confusion: choosing a particular inference

method and using inference methods with experimental data

New AP


Content includes “AP


Review Questions” at the end of

each chapter, “AP


Exam Tips” integrated in the margins of the

text, and “Avoid These Common Mistakes” sections at the end

of each chapter, which point out common errors students

make on the AP



Hardcover, 1,008 pages

Inspire mastery with this powerful math-centered

homework solution with eBook

Students have access anytime on almost any device

with this downloadable eBook

The Fast Track to a 5 mobile app provides students

test prep on-the-go for AP



Fast Track to a 5: Preparing

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Helps students study for the AP


exam quickly, efficiently, and


Closely correlated to the AP


textbook program

Includes a diagnostic test, test-taking strategies, course

content review, and two full-length practice exams

Paperback, 342 pages

Table of Contents

Section I: Collecting Data

1. Collecting Data in ReasonableWays

Section II: Describing Data Distributions

2. Graphical Methods for Describing Data


3. Numerical Methods for Describing Data


4. Describing Bivariate Numerical Data

Section III: A Foundation For Inference:

Reasoning About Probability

5. Probability

6. RandomVariables and Probability


Section IV: Learning from Sample Data

7. An Overview of Statistical Inference-Learning

from Data

8. SamplingVariability and Sampling


9. Estimating a Population Proportion

10. Asking and Answering Questions About a

Population Proportion

11. Asking and Answering Questions About the

Difference BetweenTwo Population


12. Asking and Answering Questions About a

Population Mean

13. Asking and Answering Questions About the

Difference BetweenTwo Population Means

Section V: Additional Opportunities to Learn

from Data

14. Learning from Categorical Data

15. Understanding Relationships –

Numerical Data

Statistics: Learning fromData AP



Second Edition ©2019

Student Edition +WebAssign


(6-year access)



Student Edition +WebAssign


(1-year access)





+ VitalSource


eBook (6-year access)





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Teacher's Resource Guide



Fast Track to a 5 AP


Test PreparationWorkbook



Student Solutions Manual



Now includes WebAssign


, allowing student to

practice active learning, while helping them develop

conceptual understanding and statistical thinking

via features designed for statistics courses.



Grades 9–12



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