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PRIOR SYLLABUS. SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CONTACT INSTRUCTOR FOR FURTHER
QUESTIONS.
Stat 111 Course Syllabus
Spring 2009
Instructor:
Karla Karstens
karstens@cems.uvm.edu
Office:
Henry Marcus Lord House Room 302
Phone:
656-8543
Office Hours:
MWF 1:00\u2013 2:00 p.m. (Other times by appointment)
Webpage:
http://www.cem.uvm.edu/~karstens/
Text:
Understandable Statistics by Brase and Brase, 9th edition
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Chapter 2
Organizing Data
Chapter 3
Averages and Variation Chapter 4
Probability Theory
Chapter 5
Binomial Distribution
Chapter 6
Normal Distributions
Chapter 7
Sampling Distributions
Chapter 8
Estimation
Chapter 9
Hypothesis Testing
Chapter 10
Correlation and Regression
Chapter 11
Chi-Square/F Distributions
Course materials:You will need a graphing calculator for this course. I will be using a TI-84/TI-83 in
class. If you have another calculator you will be responsible for learning how the calculations work on
your own.
Course requirements and Grading
10 %
Self-Designed Project
10 %
Homework and Quizzes
60 %
3 Tests, 100 points each
20 %
Cumulative Final Exam
Projects: You will be designing a group project to gather information and use the tools we learn in class to
analyze and report on the data. Details and deadlines TBA.

Homework and Quizzes: I will be giving frequent, unannounced quizzes. Most quizzes will be take-home
quizzes and some will be in-class quizzes. For in-class quizzes, you will only be able to take the quiz if
you are in class. For take-home quizzes, if you are able to obtain a copy of the quiz before it is due, you
can complete the quiz. Take-home quizzes are due the next class. THERE WILL BE NO MAKE UP
QUIZZES! There will also be occasional homework assignments. The average of your 10 best
quizzes/homeworks will count as one test.

Tests: There will be three hour tests and a Final Exam for this course. Make-up tests are possible if there
has been adequate notice, but should not be assumed. Students with special needs are responsible for
talking to me about necessary arrangements for any accommodations.

Academic Honesty:
Violations of Academic Honesty, such as copying, plagiarizing, and faking data
will not be tolerated. The rules are clear and the consequences stiff.
Accomodations and Religious Holidays: Please let me know of your needs in these areas.
COURSE SCHEDULE
M
January 12
Chapter 1
W
January 14
Chapter 1
F
January 16
Chapter 2
M
January 19
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
W
January 21
Chapter 2
F
January 23
Chapter 2/3
M
January 26
Chapter 3
W
January 28
Chapter 3
F
January 30
Chapter 4
M
February 2
Chapter 4
W
February 4
Review
F
February 6
Test 1
M
February 9
Chapter 5
W
February 11
Chapter 5
F
February 13
Chapter 5
M
February 16
Presidents\u2019 Day
W
February 18
Chapter 6
F
February 20
Chapter 6
M
February 23
Chapter 6
W
February 25
Chapter 6/7
F
February 27
Chapter 7
M
March 2
Chapter 7
W
March 4
Chapter 7
F
March 6
Chapter 7
M
March 9
Spring Recess
W
March 11
Spring Recess
F
March 13
Spring Recess
M
March 16
Review
W
March 18
Test 2
F
March 20
Chapter 8
M
March 23
Chapter 8
W
March 25
Chapter 8
F
March 27
Chapter 9
M
March 30
Chapter 9
W
April 1
Chapter 9
F
April 3
Chapter 9/10
M
April 6
Chapter 10
W
April 8
Chapter 10
F
April 10
Chapter 10
M
April 13
Review
W
April 15
Test 3
F
April 17
Chapter 11
M
April 20
Chapter 11
W
April 22
Chapter 11
F
April 24
Review
M
April 27
Project Showcase

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