Course Number: MAT 1372
Section Number: OL53
Course Title: Statistics with Probability
Course Outline: Official course outline prepared by the Mathematics Department.
Course Description: Topics include 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 regression. Spreadsheets are used throughout the semester.
Pre- or Corequisite: MAT 1375
We will be using three online platforms this semester:
- Blackboard: We will be using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra for our online class sessions:
I will also use Blackboard for posting announcements (which you will also receive via email) and for collecting written assignments (such as quizzes and exams).
- OpenLab: We will use this OpenLab site for sharing course-related content and for online participation assignments
Please set up an OpenLab account and “join” our course profile to get email notifications about posts and uploads to the OpenLab site:
- For instructions on setting up an OpenLab account, see https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/blog/help/openlab-help/
- You can still access all the OpenLab material without setting up an account (by design, the OpenLab is “open”!)
- WebWork/Rederley (online homework):
Register for the site (using your CityTech email address) and enroll in our course!
- Collect, organize and graph raw data.
- Compute statistical parameters (mean, median, mode, average deviation, variance, and sample standard deviation).
- Create grouped frequency distributions, probability distributions, histograms as well as identify bellshaped distributions (normal, t-distribution) and nonbellshaped distributions (Chi-square).
- Assign probabilities to events using counting methods, conditional probability and discrete probability distributions.
- Determine if the data supports a hypothesis at a given significance level using known distributions.
- Use spreadsheet software and other computer technology to assist in creating distributions and testing hypothesis
Gen Ed Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
- Understand and employ both quantitative and qualitative analysis to solve problems.
- Make meaningful and multiple connections between mathematics and other areas of study leading to a major or profession.
- Employ scientific reasoning and logical thinking.
- Communicate effectively using written and oral means.
Percent/Letter Grade conversion
A = 93.0 — 100
A- = 90.0 — 92.9
B+ = 87.0 — 89.9
B = 83.0 — 86.9
B- = 80.0 — 82.9
C+ = 77.0 — 79.9
C = 70.0 — 76.9
D = 60.0 — 69.9
F = 0 — 59.9
W = withdrawal up to May 17 (WF after May 17)
The grading policy for the course appears on the Grading Policy page.
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