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The AP Statistics 2002 Free Response Questions consist of six questions, each with multiple parts. The questions cover a variety of topics in statistics, including exploratory analysis, probability, and inference.
The AP Statistics 2002 Free Response Questions are scored on a scale of 0-4 points for each part of each question, with a total possible score of 24 points. The scoring guidelines are determined by a panel of experienced AP Statistics teachers and are used to ensure consistency in scoring across all exams.
Yes, students are allowed to use a graphing calculator for the AP Statistics 2002 Free Response Questions. However, only certain types of calculators are allowed, and students should make sure to check the College Board's calculator policy before the exam.
The AP Statistics 2002 Free Response Questions are designed to assess students' understanding of key concepts and skills in statistics. They also provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to apply statistical methods to real-world situations.
Yes, the College Board recommends that students carefully read each question and its parts before beginning to answer. It is also important to show all work and clearly label any graphs or diagrams. Additionally, students should be sure to answer each part of the question and to support their answers with appropriate reasoning or calculations.