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FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICS USING TECHNOLOGY
Section: MATH 121-701
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 11 (Capacity: 25)
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Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent. An introductory course in statistics for non STEM majors. Course utilizes basic algebraic hand calculations and use of technology (Excel, Minitab and/or a graphing calculator). Topics include sampling design, visual and descriptive statistics along with basic linear regression/correlation models. Probability topics range from basic rules and conditional probabilities to discrete, binomial, and normal probabilities. Statistical inference (confidence intervals and hypothesis testing) for a single population mean and proportion are also discussed. Time permitting, additional topics may include normal approximation to the binomial distribution and statistical inference for two population means and proportions. A specific model of graphing calculator or student license for statistical software may be required. Students who have successfully completed Math 214 are prohibited in enrolling in Math 121.
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