The Practice of Statistics is written specifically to address the College Board AP® Statistics Course Description. With new problem solving and test preparation features and a dramatically enhanced suite of media tools, the fifth edition provides everything teachers and students need to succeed in the course and on the AP® Statistics exam.

**Reading Features That Highlight the Big Ideas**

**Learning Objectives**at the beginning of each section, help students focus on mastering essential skills and concepts as they work through the chapter.**Definition boxes**explain important vocabulary and are easily located for quick reference**Caution Icons**alert students to common mistakes made at that specific point in the chapter.**Margin boxes**explain how to set up graphs or calculations, or recap important concepts.**Think About It**offers critical thinking questions that help students make connections and deepen their understanding of important concepts.**AP® Exam Tips**give advice on how to be successful on the AP® Exam.

**Learn Statistics by Doing Statistics**

**A Hands-On Activity**introduces the content of each chapter. Many of these activities involve collecting data and drawing conclusions from the data. Others ask students to use dynamic applets to explore statistical concepts.**Data Explorations**cast students in the role of data detective, with the goal of answering a puzzling, real-world question by examining data graphically and numerically.**Check Your Understanding**questions throughout the section, help clarify definitions, concepts, and procedures (answers in the back of the book).

**Examples**

**Examples**present statistical ideas in familiar, recognizable contexts**Four-Step Examples (“State, Plan, Do, Conclude”)**help students develop good problem-solving skills, setting the stage for the more complex problems like those on the AP Exam.- Each Example has a corresponding
**For Practice**exercise in the Section Exercises, referenced to the page in the chapter where the appropriate model appears. - A
**Play**icon in the text indicates that there is video walkthrough of the example available.

**Exercises**

**Section Summaries**help students review the chapter before proceeding to the exercises**Exercises**span differently levels of difficulty. Most are in odd- and even-numbered pairs, with both exercises covering the same skill or concept.**Icons**next to selected problems indicate:- The problem goes with an Example in the section
- A step-by-step instructional video relevant to the problem is available
- The problem draws on an earlier section in the text
- The problem goes with one of the 4-Step Examples (“State, Plan, Do, Conclude”)

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I appreciate all of the teacher resource materials. I was wondering if the Tests were ever published in an editable format instead of pdf.