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UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA

BACS 2213

SEMESTER I

SESSION 2013/2014

TYPE OF COURSE: P

EDITION: 1

UPDATED: 22-08-2013

1.0 LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion this course, students will be able to:

i. distinguish the concepts of fundamental statistics and probability. (C2)

ii. solve problems in statistic inference related to hypothesis test using

software. (C3, P2,CTPS2, CS4)

iii. analyze application problems using appropriate statistic techniques.

(C4,P3, CTPS3, CS2)

2.0 SYNOPSIS

This course will cover the Data Description and Numerical Measures, Probability, Discrete

Random Variables, Continuous Random Variables, Sampling Distribution, Estimation,

Hypothesis Testing, Estimation and Hypothesis Testing: Two Populations, Simple Linear

Regression and Correlation, and One-Way ANOVA.

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3.0 PRE-REQUISITE

None

4.0 PRACTICAL

Microsoft Excel is used as a tool for the statistical analysis of some related

problems.

5.0 REFERENCES

6.0

[1]

Sh. Sara, Hanissah, Fauziah, Nortazi, Farah Shahnaz (2008), Introduction to Statistics &

Probability A Study Guide, Pearson Educational International.

[2]

Walpole R. E., Myers, R. H., Myers, S. L., Ye, K., (2012), Probability and Statistics for

Engineers & Scienti, 9th Edition, Pearson Educational International.

[3]

Devore, J. L., (2011) Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 8 th

Edition, Thomson.

[4]

Engineers, 3rd Edition, John Wiley.

[5]

Johnson, R., Freund, J., Miller, I., (2011), Probability and Statistics for Engineers, 8 th

Edition, Pearson Educational International.

COURSE IMPLEMENTATION

i. Lecture

2 hours per week for 14 weeks (Total = 28 hours)

ii. Laboratory Activities

2 hours per week for 14 weeks (Total = 28 hours)

7.0

COURSE EVALUATION

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LO 1

LO 2

LO 3

Assessment Method

Quiz (3) = 15%

Assignment (2) = 20%

Quiz 1 (5%)

A1 (10%)

Mid Term (1) = 20%

Final (1) = 30%

Total

MT1 (10%)

F1 (15%)

40%

8.0

No

.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Quiz 2(5%),

A2 (15%)

Scheme, Rubric/

guideline

QuizScheme.doc

Rubric1.doc

Rubric2.doc

TutorialScheme.doc

MTScheme.doc

FinalScheme.doc

Quiz 3(5%)

Tutorial (10%)

MT2(10%)

F2 (15%)

30%

30%

Session

Lecture

Laboratory

Tutorial / Lab

Assessments

Quizzes

Theoretical Test (mid

term)

Lab Test

Discussion

Mini Project - Group

Mini Project Individual

Assignment Group

Assignment Individual

Presentation - Group

Presentation Individual

Final

TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL

Hr

s

2

0

Fre

q

14

0

Official

Contact

28

0

SLT

Hrs

1

1

Freq

14

0

Student

Learning

Time (SLT)

14

0

2

0.5

14

3

28

1.5

1

1

14

3

14

3

2

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

6

0

3

0

1

0

1

0

6

0

3

0

0

0.5

0

2

0

1

0

6

0

2

0

12

0

0.1

0

1

0

0.1

0

1.5

0

1

0

1.5

0

2

0

1

0

2

62.6

1.5

7

1

1

0

7

60.5

123.1

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CREDIT

CALCULATION

3.075

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Week Session

1

NUMERICAL MEASURES

Introduction

Basic Terms

Graphical Methods for Qualitative Data

Graphical Methods for Quantitative Data

Lab 1

Delivery

Method

[1] [2][3][4]

Chapter 1

Lecture

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1] [2][3][4]

Chapter 2

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1] [2][3][4]

Chapter 2

Lecture

[5]

Chapter 3

Exercise on Chapter 2

Concept of Random Variables

Probability Distribution Function

Cumulative Distribution Function

Expected Value And Variance

Lab 4 Exercise on Chapter 3

Quiz 1

Lecture

[5]

Chapter 3

Exercise on Chapter 2

Mutually Exclusive Events

Independent & Dependent Events

Total Probability Rule

Addition Rule

Bayes Theorem

Lab 3

References

Exercise on Chapter 1

Concept of set

Concept of Probability

Marginal & Conditional Probability

Lab 2

Contents

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1] [3][4]

Chapter 3

Lecture

[2]

Chapter 5

Tutorial/ lab

session

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Binomial Probability Distribution

Hyper-geometry Probability Distribution

Poisson Probability Distribution

Lab 5

Lab 7

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1][3][4]

Chapter 4

Exercise on Chapter 5.

Quiz 2

Submission Assignment 1

Lecture

[2]

Chapter 6

Exercise on Chapter 4

Sampling Distribution of Sample Means

Sampling Distribution of Proportions

Lecture

[2]

Chapter 5

Exercise on Chapter 3

Assignment 1

VARIABLES

Probability Distribution Function

Cumulative Distribution Function

Expected Value and Variance

Normal Distribution

Standard Normal Distribution

Standardizing A Normal Distribution

Lab 6

[1] [3][4]

Chapter 3

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1][3]

Chapter 5

[2]

Chapter 8

Lecture

[4]

Chapter 6

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1][3]

Lecture 8 CHAPTER 6: ESTIMATION

Chapter 6

[2]

Point and Interval Estimate

Chapter 9

Interval Estimation of a Population Mean for

[4]

Large Sample and Small Sample

Chapter 7

Sample Size Determination for the

Estimation of Mean

Interval Estimation of a Population Proportion

for Large Sample

Sample Size Determination for the Estimation

of Proportion

Lecture

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Lab 8

Exercise on Chapter 6

Mid-term examination

9

10

MIDTERM BREAK

Lecture 9 CHAPTER 7: HYPOTHESIS TESTING

[1]

Chapter 7

Null and Alternative Hypothesis

[2]

Type I and II Error

Hypothesis Test about a Population Mean for Chapter 10

[3]

Large Samples and Small Samples

Chapter 8

Hypothesis Test about a Population

[4]

Proportion for Large Samples

Chapter 9

Calculating p-values

Lab 9

11

Exercise on Chapter 7

Assignment 2

10

TESTING: TWO POPULATIONS

Lab 10

12

Tutorial/ lab

session

[1]

Chapter 8

[2]

Inferences about the Difference Between Two Chapter 10

[3]

Population Means for Large and Independent

Chapter

9

Samples

Inferences about the Difference Between Two

Population Means for Small and Independent

Samples: Equal Standard Deviations

Exercise on Chapter 8

[1]

11

TESTING: TWO POPULATIONS

Chapter 8

[2]

Inferences about the Differences between

Chapter

10

Two Population Means for Small and

[3]

Independent Samples: Unequal Standard

Chapter 9

Deviations

Inferences about the Difference between Two

Population Proportions for Large and

Independent Samples

Lab 11

Exercise on Chapter 8

Quiz 3

Submission Assignment 2

Lecture

Tutorial/ lab

session

Lecture

Tutorial/ lab

session

Lecture,

Tutorial/ lab

session

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[1]

12

AND CORRELATION

Chapter 9

[2]

Linear Correlation

Chapter

11

Linear Regression Model

[3]

Least Squares Line

Chapter 12

Estimated Regression Model

[4][5]

Hypothesis Test on Slope of Regression Line Chapter 11

Lab 12 Exercise on Chapter 9

14

13

The F distribution

One-way Analysis of Variance

Calculating the value of the test statistic

One way ANOVA Testing

Lab 13

Exercise on Chapter 10

15

Group presentation

16

REVISION WEEK

17-18

Lecture

Tutorial/ lab

session

[2]

Chapter 13

Lecture

[3]

Chapter 10

[5]

Chapter 12

Tutorial/ lab

session

Tutorial

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10.0

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

Subject

LO1

BITI22

33

PO

1

PO

2

PO

3

PO

4

PO

5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

LO2

software. (C3, P2,CTPS2, CS4)

LO3

(C4,P3, CTPS3, CS2)

LO

LO1

LO2

LO3

PO

1

X

X

X

PO

2

PO

3

PO PO

4

5

PO6

PO7

X

X

PO8

probability(C2)

PO9

X

X

SOFT SKILLS

communication skill

Subject

CS

1

CS

2

CS

3

CS

4

CS

5

BITI22

33

CTPS

1

CTPS

2

CTPS

3

CTPS

4

CTPS

5

lifelong

learning

team work

TS

1

TS

2

TS

3

LL

1

LL

2

entrepreneurshi

p skills

LL

3

ES

1

ES

2

ES

3

ethics&moral

professionalism

EM

1

EM

2

EM

3

leadership skills

LS

1

LS

2

LS

3

SOFT SKILLS

communication skill

LO

LO1

LO2

LO3

CS

1

CS

2

CS

3

CS

4

X

X

X

X

CS

5

CTPS

1

CTPS

2

CTPS

3

X

X

X

X

CTPS

4

CTPS

5

lifelong

learning

team work

TS

1

TS

2

TS

3

LL

1

LL

2

entrepreneurshi

p skills

LL

3

ES

1

ES

2

ES

3

professionalism

EM

1

EM

2

EM

3

leadership skills

LS

1

LS

2

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3

SUBJECT vs TAXONOMY

Subject

Taxonomy

Cognitive

Affective

A

1

A2

A3

A4

A5

BITI2233

C1

X

C2

X

C3

X

C4

X

Psychomotor

C5

C6

P1

X

P2

X

P3

X

P4

P5

P6

P7

Taxonomy

Cognitive

C3

C4

C5

C6

P1

P2

Psychomotor

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

X

X

X

X

LO

A1

LO1

LO2

LO3

Affective

A2 A3 A4

A5

C1

X

X

X

C2

X

X

X

X

X

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Prepared by;

Approved by;

Stamp:

Stamp:

06/09/2013

Date: ________________________

Date: __________________

(MID SEMESTER BREAK)

Comment :

Checked by;

..

Dean/Deputy Dean (Academic)/HOD

Stamp :

Date: _______________

(WEEK 16)

Comment :

Checked by;

..

Dean/Deputy Dean (Academic)/HOD

Stamp :

Date: _______________

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