*Mr. Tim Murmann*

Room Number: 108

Email: murmannt@epcusd401.org

__Schedule__:

Mod 1 - AP Statistics

Mod 2 - Algebra I

Mod 3 - AP Statistics

Mod 4 - Geometry

## AP Statistics

This course will meet all the College Board topic requirements for an advanced placement (AP) Statistics class. It is the equivalent of one semester of college statistics. The course introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Four broad conceptual themes covered are:

· Exploring Data

· Planning a Study

· Probability Models

· Statistical Inference

As a result of successful completion of this course, and performance on the AP exam, students may be able to receive college credit and/or advanced placement in statistics at numerous colleges and universities. All students enrolled in AP Statistics are required to take the Advanced Placement exam in May.

The Advanced Placement exam is Friday, May 15 at 12 pm.

Statistics Link - Khan Academy

Statistics Videos

· Exploring Data

· Planning a Study

· Probability Models

· Statistical Inference

As a result of successful completion of this course, and performance on the AP exam, students may be able to receive college credit and/or advanced placement in statistics at numerous colleges and universities. All students enrolled in AP Statistics are required to take the Advanced Placement exam in May.

The Advanced Placement exam is Friday, May 15 at 12 pm.

Statistics Link - Khan Academy

Statistics Videos

Algebra I

The content of Algebra 1 is organized around families of functions, with special emphasis on linear and quadratic functions. Students will learn to represent functions through verbal descriptions, equations, tables, and graphs. In addition to the algebra content, lessons on probability and data analysis as well as numerous examples and exercises involving geometry are included. These math topics often appear on standardized test so familiarity with them is important.

Geometry

This is the traditional sophomore mathematics course. It satisfies the minimum mathematics requirements for many colleges. The use of logic reasoning is stressed which helps the students in non-mathematical situations. Geometric forms, shapes, patterns and relationships provide the background for this course. Algebraic methods are used as they apply to a situation.