AP Statistics Flashcards
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AP Statistics Flashcards  -     By: Marty Sternstein

AP Statistics Flashcards

Kaplan Publishing / 2019 / Other

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Title: AP Statistics Flashcards
By: Marty Sternstein
Format: Other
Number of Pages: 500
Vendor: Kaplan Publishing
Publication Date: 2019
Dimensions: 5.00 X 4.88 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 1438079257
ISBN-13: 9781438079257
Stock No: WW079257

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Be prepared for exam day with Barron’s. Trusted content from AP experts!

Barron’s AP Statistics Flashcards includes 500 up-to-date practice questions.

Written by Experienced Educators 
  • Learn from Barron’s--all content is written and reviewed by AP experts 
  • Build your understanding with practice tailored to the most recent exam  
Be Confident on Exam Day
  • Sharpen your test-taking skills with 400 multiple-choice and 100 free-response practice questions for all AP Statistics topics
  • Deepen your understanding by reviewing the detailed answer explanations that accompany all questions
  • Customize your review using the enclosed sorting ring to arrange the cards in an order that best suits your study needs
Check out Barron’s AP Statistics Premium for even more review, full-length practice tests, and access to Barron’s Online Learning Hub for a timed test option and automated scoring.

Author Bio

​About the Author
Dr. Martin Sternstein, Professor Emeritus at Ithaca College, was honored by Princeton Review
as one of the nation’s "300 Best College Professors." He is a long-time College Board consultant
and has been a Reader and Table Leader for the AP Statistics exam for many years. He has strong
interests in national educational and social issues concerning equal access to math education for
all. For two years, he was a Fulbright Professor in Liberia, West Africa, after which he developed a
popular "Math in Africa" course, and he is the only mathematician to have given a presentation at
the annual Conference on African Linguistics. He also taught the first U.S. course for college credit
in chess theory.

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