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eBook Kaplan AP Statistics 2012 ePub

by Bruce Simmons,Mary Jean Bland,Barbara Wojciechowski

  • ISBN: 160978071X
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Bruce Simmons,Mary Jean Bland,Barbara Wojciechowski
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kaplan Publishing; Workbook edition (August 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 464
  • ePub book: 1140 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1865 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Comments

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There are two sides about Kaplan: AP Statistics: the good and the bad. I will start with the good first.

Solving every question in the book, I feel they are difficult enough to be instructive in understanding the nature of the varying topics being covered for the AP Statistics examination. Most of the time, the authors go in a great detail how the answers are arrived at for each question. And that's it for the positives.

Now, the negatives...the study guide does not prepare me well enough to answer these questions. It's so inadequate that many of the multiple questions and more than half of the free response questions are very difficult to answer. There are several that are completely new and random. For example, the free response question 6 of test 2 has not much of a background material in the study guide. There is one, but quite frankly, it's just not good enough.

At times, the authors don't explain well how the answers are arrived at. Back to the same question, they don't explain why 1 and 2 are denoted as correct answers with the rest of 8 questions marked wrong. But is it supposed to be 0 and 1 instead because of the base 10?

Let's go to the free response question 6 of Test 1. Show me anywhere in the entire book that there is a review material on that particular topic. I mean, I am just seeing random stuff.

Look at question 29 of Test 2 about the probability of getting 3 consecutive X's on a tic-tac-toe game. For that particular problem, ever wonder how are the 8 combinations found? The authors don't bother explaining about it. Anyway, there are 3 rows, 3 columns, and 2 diagonals for a total of 8 combinations. Remember that I keep the authors' remarks in mind while going through the study guide review and the three practice exams.

First, the authors mention that the exam is not sneaky. Okay, I'll refute that point by pointing out multiple choice question 18 of chapter 16. I did the calculations and was sure that what I did was correct. None of the given answers matched what I had. So, I looked at the authors' work, and it said that "Since the t-Distribution table does not have df = 99. We use the next lowest number of degrees of freedom that appears on the table, which is 80." Huh?

Speaking of poor test review materials, I see several questions about the scatterplots of residuals. So, where is the coverage of it in the study notes? Back to the remarks in Basics, "That's where this book comes in. We'll show you how to marshal your knowledge of statistics and put it to brilliant use on test day. We'll explain the ins and outs of the test structure and question format so you won't experience any nasty surprises." Very funny, guys.

Actually, I got the opposite: no explanations of the "ins and outs" but received plenty of "nasty surprises" from the questions. What's with the laminating on the cover? I've worked with the book for few days, and already, it's peeling off.

All in all, Kaplan: AP Statistics is slightly a better book than Cracking the AP Statistics Exam, 2013 Edition (College Test Preparation) and should be perused for the questions only.

By the way, if you are all new to statistics and want to do very well on the AP exam, I recommend two books, The Humongous Book of Statistics Problems and Schaum's Outline of Beginning Statistics, Second Edition (Schaum's Outline Series), and this particular calculator, Texas Instruments Nspire CX CAS Graphing Calculator (N3CAS/GC/2L1).

Errata
Pg. 293: Question 19: All wrong. *facepalm*
Vutaur Vutaur
Got the highest score in my class with this book. Still have it to this day