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2001 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Develop a complete understanding of the course. Pupils and teachers use the six free-response questions to gather information about aspects of the AP® Statistics course. The resource and test section show how items cover the content. A...
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2004 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th
Provide some practice showing the work. Pupils work through six free-response questions that require them to show their work. They use their knowledge of statistics to develop solutions to problems within context. Scenarios range from...
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2007 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th
Knowing the questions ahead of time should be beneficial. Free-response questions released from the 2007 AP® Statistics tests provide teachers and pupils insight into the types of questions on the exam. The six open-ended questions show...
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2010 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Familiarity with the AP® exam is highly beneficial for test-takers. Scholars use the 2010 AP® Statistics free-response questions familiarize themselves with the test content and format. Studies and experiments, linear regression,...
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2006 AP® Psychology Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
A person wants to buy a car but is having a hard time making a decision. What is getting in the way? Learners turn to psychology to explain what is driving the ambivalence using materials from College Board. A second query asks scholars...
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2016 AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based Free-Response Questions

For Students 11th - 12th Standards
While AP Physics 1 counts as an introductory college Physics course, AP Physics 2 counts as a second-year college Physics course. Help scholars prepare for this more advanced college-level test with questions from previous assessments...
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2017 AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based Free-Response Questions

For Students 11th - 12th Standards
In 2017, more than 15,000 scholars earned college credit based on their AP Physics 2 exam covering lenses, energy, and more. The College Board released the free-response questions, sample answers, and scoring guidelines from that exact...
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2015 AP® Physics 1 Free-Response Questions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
It's rare for even 40 percent of test takers to pass the AP Physics 1 exam. Improve those odds for young scientists with the help of actual free response questions covering topics from free body diagrams to velocity. The College Board...
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Don't Spill the Beans!

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Become a bean counter. Pupils use a fun activity to design and execute an experiment to determine whether they can grab more beans with their dominant hand or non-dominant hand. They use the class data to create scatter plots and then...
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The Truth About Toilet Swirl - Southern Hemisphere

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Which way does your toilet water flow? A lesson in the Verisatium playlist explores the Coriolis Effect by examining the flow of water in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The team designs an experiment to control for all...
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How Long is 30 Seconds?

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Is time on your side? Pupils come up with an experiment to test whether their classmates can guess how long it takes for 30 seconds to elapse. They divide the class data into two groups, create box-and-whisker plots, and analyze the...
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The Replication Crisis: Crash Course Statistics #31

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
There is growing evidence that suggests the results of many studies are not reproducible. The 31st lesson of the Crash Course Statistics playlist discusses possible causes of the problem and identifies solutions since producibility is...
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Intro to History of Science: Crash Course History of Science #1

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How, and where, did the scientific process as we know it begin? Journey back through time with the introductory video from Crash Course's History of Science series. The resource highlights what people do and don't know about the world,...
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Terrarium in a Bottle: Modeling the Atmosphere, Greenhouse Effect, and Water Cycle

For Teachers 7th Standards
You've heard of farm to table ... but what about farm in classroom? Junior agriculturalists embark upon a two-week journey into the science of growing things. Based upon the classic terrarium in a two-liter experiment, the lesson goes...
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Patterns in the Distribution of Lactase Persistence

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
We all drink milk as babies, so why can't we all drink it as adults? Examine the trend in lactase production on the world-wide scale as science scholars analyze and interpret data. Groups create pie charts from the data, place them on a...
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Virtual Lab: Determining the Solubility Product

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
No chemistry lab? No problem! Scholars use a virtual lab to determine the solubility product of four different chemicals. They then use the results of their experiments to see if higher solubility product values equal greater solubility.
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Seed Dispersal in Tropical Forests

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
How do seeds get around? It's not like plants can control seed dispersal—or can they? Dig deeper into the amazing mechanisms of seed dispersal observed in tropical plants through interactives, a video, and plenty of hands-on data...
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Virtual Lab: Determining the Solubility of Copper Chloride at Different Temperatures

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Here's a solid resource for solubility. Given the solubility of copper chloride at two different temperatures, young chemists need to determine the solubility at a third given temperature. Using a virtual lab, they design and conduct an...
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Virtual Lab: Standardization of NaOH with a KHP solution: Acid Base Titration

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
This is not your standard standardization lab! Take titration into the high-tech age with a simulated workbench. Learners perform titrations to standardize a sodium hydroxide solution using a KHP solution of unknown concentration....
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Tracking Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
What's that buzzing in your ear? An insightful lesson about genetically modified mosquitoes! Partnered pupils explore the creation, release, and monitoring of mosquitoes designed to reduce the mosquito population. After watching a video,...
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Go Fish!

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
So much science in one tiny fish! Introduce young biologists to the zebrafish, a common aquarium inhabitant. The small, unassuming organism presents an opportunity for learners to study habituation using an easy-to-care-for species. Lab...
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Open Inquiry using C. elegans

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Ever wondered what motivates a roundworm? Introduce your biology class to C. elegans, a non-parasitic model organism that can help them understand behavioral stimuli. Paired pupils design an experiment to test the worm's reaction to...
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Design Your Own

For Students 9th - 12th
Apply scientific principles to designing an experiment to study organisms living on the coral reef in our oceans. Through reading, individuals learn about the coral reef ecosystem and important factors that affect its function. Using the...
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Phantom Limb

For Teachers 5th - 12th
A phantom of neuroscience may leave pupils perplexed as they engage in an experimental lesson that recreates a phantom limb scenario. After experiencing the phenomenon, they choose a scientific question to explore further.