textbook and 2) interpret your answer to problems by WRITING a sentences. These skills of reading for understanding and writing clear and concise sentences are skills you will need to master to be successful in your AP Statistics class and on the exam. The answers need to be typed. Attach to part 4/5 to turn in. New York, NY: Key College Publishing, 2002. Sternstein, Martin. Barron’s How to Prepare for the AP Statistics Exam, third edition. Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s Educational Series, 2004. Bohan, James F. and Beth Chance. Amsco’s AP Statistics Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination. New York, NY: Amsco School Publications, 2000. 4.) Answer key to worksheet 8.2 in packet: answers_to_practice_quiz_8_2.pdf 5.) Try the problems due today from khan academy! Make sure you're logged in to my classroom (1st period: UN3ZGA9W, 2nd period: X6B8EVDB) for the specific assignments so I can give you credit for practicing. www.khanacademy.org 6.) a probability to each. What is the probability that the sum of the down-faces is 5? 4. An athlete suspected of having used steroids is given two tests that operate independently of each other. Test A has probability 0.9 of being positive if steroids have been used. Test B has probability 0.8 of being positive if steroids have been used.