Statistics with Probability

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Statistics with Probability
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Professor(s)
Department
Mathematics
Course Code
MAT 1372
Semester / Year
Spring 2013
Course Description

A 3 credit but 4 hour introductory course. Topics include sample space, expectation and variance, binomial, Poisson, normal, student and chi-square distributions, confidence interval, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. Students do 3 projects, 1 individual and 2 in groups and choose one of the group projects to present at the end of the semester. The extra classroom hour is designed to facilitate a hands-on feel to the course including a heavy use of MS Excel.

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Acknowledgements

This course was created by: Ezra Halleck

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