# Ap Statistics Unit 10

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## 2. AP Statistics | Chapter 10 Review | Comparing Two Populations or Groups

This is a chapter review of AP Statistics for Chapter 10 of The Practice of Statistics: Comparing Two Populations or Groups.

In this test prep, we talk about how to compare two different samples and populations with means or proportions and confidence intervals or hypothesis tests. When do you use each? What are the conditions needed for each inference procedure? How do you conclude in context. You GOT THIS!

We also go over some test prep multiple choice to get you ready for your test.

For more detailed videos on each of these topics, see detailed class videos
10.1.1 Comparing two proportions pt. 1 (Confidence Intervals) youtu.be/RjC_lKjdpz0
10.1.2 Comparing two proportions pt. 2 (Significance Tests) youtu.be/BySuZotw-Hs
10.2.1 Comparing two means pt. 1 (Confidence Intervals) youtu.be/gopYIqPDb6E
10.2.2 Comparing two means pt. 2 (Significance Tests) youtu.be/mM45S9YqEmk

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## 3. Review Ch 10 AP Stats

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## 4. Unit 10 Review Video AP Stats.mp4

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## 6. AP Stats - Ch10 Practice Test

Review of Inference for Two-Sample Means and Proportions.

## 11. Unit 10 - AP Stats

This video is about Unit 10 - AP Stats

## 12. Confidence intervals and margin of error | AP Statistics | Khan Academy

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Confidence intervals and margin of error.

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