Instructor:
Edmund Rudiuk |
Text:
Statistics by J McClave, F Dietrich, T Sincich, Eight Edition. Prentice Hall
"INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS: CONCEPTS, MODELS, AND APPLICATIONS",
WWW Version 1.0 by David W. Stockburger
Schedule and QuizesDiscriptive StatisticsSimulations/DemonstrationsCase StudiesHyperStatAnalysis Lab |
TABLE OF CONTENT:
Course Description Course Goals Homework Exams Grading Other Recommendations HELP MINITAB |
Class Meetings:
A8 M, W, F 9:30 - 10:20, CE 310 |
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Office Hours |
This course consists of three parts:
The successful completion of Statistics I will enable the student to analyse and evaluate statistical information (including using statistical software), sharpen mathematical skills, draw legitimate statistical inferences from sets of data and f rom the scientific literature, and communicate these results and the significance of these results to others.
The goals of the course are:
Formation of study groups is encouraged, but to succeed in this course students must individually work problems that apply the ideas that are presented in class and in the text. There will be weekly assignments (approximately 10) that will be collected and graded. Assignments will count 10 % of the final grade.
Solution to the assignments must be written (clearly) using the terminology of the course. Reference of the results used must be given.
There will be two midterm tests, each of one hour duration on the following dates:
Points will be distributed as follows:
Grade Distribution | Option 1 | Option 2 |
Two partial exams | 15 | 40 |
Assignments | 5 | 10 |
Tutorial & Quizzes | 5 | 10 |
Final Exam | 75 | 40 |
Total | 100 | 100 |
It is recommended that the student: