-Data visualization techniques
-Associations between two quantitative variables: scatterplots, correlation, linear
-Design of experiments
-Introduction to probability theory
-Sampling distributions for averages and proportions
-Confidence intervals on averages and proportions
-Hypothesis Testing: one sample t-test on averages, and z-test on proportions
Quiz #1 \u2013 April 15th
Midterm \u2013 May 6th
Quiz #2 \u2013 May 20th
Final Exam - 11th week, day/time to be announced.
Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, by D.S. Moore and G.P. McCabe (2005).
Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, by D.S. Moore and G.P. McCabe (2008).
Attendance: Attendance is not required, but it is strongly recommended.
Prerequisites: College Algebra (e.g. MAT 130)
Grading: Students receiving more than 90% of possible points are guaranteed at least an
30% Final Exam
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