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Topic: [ap-stat] Proofs for APStat Teachers and Others
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David Bee

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re:[ap-stat] Proofs for APStat Teachers and Others
Posted: Jul 19, 2012 12:56 PM
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After responding to about ten requests thus far (with about another
twenty to go at this time), please be sure to let me know which
proof you want. [Suggestion: Request the first CLT one first. If
you could follow it, then request the second, and so on.]

Also, for the most part, this is for the Teacher Only. Furthermore,
those who are new APStat teachers should focus primarily on the
course, with the authors of all three of the three most-used text-
books out there in the APStat Forum (Dave B, Chris O, and Daren S)
willing to answer any questions you have concerning The Course and
The Course's Subject Matter (including, of course, how to introduce
the CLT).

Thus, in a nutshell, it's the APStat Course First! [Those who are
veteran APStat teachers should be the primary "requesters" of these
proofs at this time.]

-- David Bee

PS: When I taught APStat in its first year, even though I had an MS
in Applied Stat, I still spent the entire summer of 1996 giving
the textbook a cover-to-cover reading.

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