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Topic: [ap-stat] Course Syllabus: Stats: Modeling the World
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[ap-stat] Course Syllabus: Stats: Modeling the World
Posted: Aug 2, 2012 9:17 AM
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Starting this fall I will be using Stats: Modeling the World (2010). If
you have used this text in the past and would be willing to share your
syllabus and pacing guide (including homework problems you assigned) it
would be greatly appreciated. I used a different text for the past three
years, so I am in the process of "rebuilding" my course. Hope you had a
wonderful summer.

John Griffin

John C. Griffin, Ph.D.
Chair, Mathematics Dept.
Palmer Trinity School
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