- Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (Texas)
- Section 1: Using Problem-Solving Strategies
- Section 3: Using Percents, Recursion, and Sequences
- Section 5: Using Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
- Section 6: Using Averages, Weighted Averages, and Indices
- Section 7: Using Codes, Identification Numbers, and Check Digits
- Section 9: Using Matrices and Matrix Operations
- Section 12: Reasoning with Probability
- Section 13: Using Expected Values and Odds
- Section 14: Making Sense of Statistical Information
- Section 16: Tabulating and Graphing Categorical Data to Make Informed Decisions
- Section 17: Using Summary Statistics to Make Informed Decisions
- Section 18: Using the Normal Distribution to Make Informed Decisions
- Section 21: Modeling with Sequences
- Section 22: Using Linear Difference Equations
- Section 23: Using Proportional Models
- Section 24: Using Linear Functions and Correlation
- Section 25: Using Piecewise-Linear and Step Functions
- Section 27: Using Exponential and Logistical Functions
- Section 30: Using Periodic Models and Sinusoidal Functions

# Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (Texas)

- Author:
- Steve Phelps

- Topic:
- Calculus, Functions, Probability, Statistics

AQR GeoGebra Resources that accompany the Texas Edition

## Table of Contents

### Section 1: Using Problem-Solving Strategies

### Section 3: Using Percents, Recursion, and Sequences

### Section 5: Using Ratios, Rates, and Proportions

### Section 6: Using Averages, Weighted Averages, and Indices

### Section 7: Using Codes, Identification Numbers, and Check Digits

### Section 9: Using Matrices and Matrix Operations

### Section 12: Reasoning with Probability

### Section 13: Using Expected Values and Odds

- AQR Investigation 13.1: Shooting Free Throws
- AQR Investigation 13.2: Shooting Free Throws
- AQR Quick Question 13.3: Lucrative Lumber
- AQR Investigation 13.7: Spin the Wheel
- AQR Investigation 13.9: A Fair Game?
- AQR Section 13 Exercise 57: Fair Game?
- AQR Section 13 Exercise 60: Should You Guess? (Part 1)
- AQR Section 13 Exercise 60: Should You Guess? (Part 2)

### Section 14: Making Sense of Statistical Information

### Section 16: Tabulating and Graphing Categorical Data to Make Informed Decisions

### Section 17: Using Summary Statistics to Make Informed Decisions

- AQR Quick Question 17.3: Mean, Median, and Midrange
- AQR Exploration 17.4: The Best Center
- AQR Section 17: Dot Plot and Box-and-Whisker Plot
- AQR Section 17: Where's the Mean?
- AQR Section 17: Creating a Box and Whisker Plot
- AQR Section 17: Mean but Sensitive
- AQR Section 17: Which Histogram has more Variation?
- AQR Section 17: Calculating Summary Statistics

### Section 18: Using the Normal Distribution to Make Informed Decisions

- AQR Quick Question 18.6 - Comparing Normal Curves
- AQR Investigation 18.7 Lots of Dots
- AQR Quick Question 18.10
- AQR Section 18: Sample Mean and Sample Standard Deviation
- AQR Section 18 Exercise 42: Phelps Tire and Rubber Company
- AQR Section 18 Exercise 44
- AQR Section 18 Exercise 44: NBA or WNBA?
- AQR Section 18 Exercise 44: Formulating a Decision Rule

### Section 21: Modeling with Sequences

### Section 22: Using Linear Difference Equations

### Section 23: Using Proportional Models

### Section 24: Using Linear Functions and Correlation

- AQR Investigation 24.3: Exploring Horizontal Lines
- AQR Investigation 24.3: Exploring Vertical Lines
- AQR Investigation 24.3: Exploring Line Coefficients
- AQR Investigation 24.5: Point-Slope Form
- AQR Quick Question 24.4: Two-Intercept Form of a Line
- Perimeter of Circular Sector vs. Measure of Central Angle
- Guess the Correlation Coefficient

### Section 25: Using Piecewise-Linear and Step Functions

### Section 27: Using Exponential and Logistical Functions

### Section 30: Using Periodic Models and Sinusoidal Functions