The B Portion of this course provides an alternative math credit for students who may not wish to pursue more advanced mathematics courses such as Algebra II and Pre-Calculus. The first half of the course begins with an in-depth study of probability and an exploration of sampling and comparing populations and closes with units on data distributions and data analysis. In the second half of the course, students create and analyze scatterplots and study two-way tables and normal distributions. Finally, students apply probability to topics such as conditional probability, combinations and permutations, and sets.
Concepts in Probability and Statistics B
Unit 1: Constructing Scatterplots
Unit 2: Analyzing Scatterplots
Unit 3: Two-Way Tables and Statistics
Unit 4: Applications of Probability