# MATH1372 – Ganguli – Fall2019

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An introductory course in statistics and probability. Topics covered include descriptive statistics, sample spaces and probabilities, discrete probability distributions (Binomial, Hypergeometric), expectation and variance, continuous probability distributions (Normal, Student, Chi-Square), confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and correlation and linear regression. Spreadsheets are used throughout the semester.

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Projects: Commute Time & Linear Regression

See below for some instructions about the two projects--both are due this Friday (Dec 18), but the […] See MoreProjects: Commute Time & Linear Regression

A reminder that our final exam is this Wednesday (Dec 18), at the usual class time. Below is a […] See MoreFinal Exam - Wednesday Dec 18

We will take our second midterm exam this Wednesday (Dec 11). The exam will mostly be […] See MoreExam #3 - Wednesday, Dec 11

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Comment on "OpenLab Assignment: Post your linear regression project topic (part 1)"

My project will be on, mean years in school ages (25-34) vs. income in the Americas. See MoreComment on "OpenLab Assignment: Post your linear regression project topic (part 1)"

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I would like to work on a dataset related to the amount of students that attend college and either […] See MoreComment on "OpenLab Assignment: Post your linear regression project topic (part 1)"

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WebWork: "HW10-Expected Value" & "HW11-BinomialDistribution"

here is the google spreadsheet where we calculated the expected value, variance and standard deviation for HW10 #15: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1E7SYJjqhYCc5XDsQMyJOKD0jw5WzKa3WMSaWFdmeCFg/edit?usp=sharing As I said in class, […] See MoreWebWork: "HW10-Expected Value" & "HW11-BinomialDistribution"

We spent class today reviewing for Wednesday's exam. Especially if you missed class today, please use my OpenLab post as a guide to reviewing for the […] See MoreExam #2 review

Link to factorials/permutations Google sheet

see also https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10S_1U4E-KOP1rOPxIDkApS2Lnyfrw57QZvzFwfTKbwA/edit#gid=0 for all permutations of length 3 taken from a set of 5 objects See MoreLink to factorials/permutations Google sheet

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