Math-90 - Support for Introductory Statistics - Duhwa Jung
|Course:||Support for Introductory Statistics|
This Math90 course is a support for Introductory Statistics(Co-requisite).
Course Objectives- Math90:
- Recognize, generate, and use equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, proportions, scientific notation, and percentages.
- Construct, graph, and interpret Linear models in Cartesian coordinates to represent relationships in quantitative data.(Numerical vs. Numerical, Regression line, ScattorPlot)
- Interpret slope and y-intercept of linear equations in context.
- Use proper algebraic tools such as inequalities, intervals, radicals, and summation to describe (Population)Parameters and (Sample)Statistics.
- Graphically represent the distribution of Categorical(qualitative) and Numerical(quantitative) data.
- Describe statistical measures (e.g. Mean, Variance, Standard deviation) and their characteristics.
- Use appropriate Marginal and Conditional percentages to investigate relationships.
- Use statistical software to manage and analyze data.(StatKey and StatCato)
Course Description: This course will support your Math-140(Co-requisite) class, where you will learn statistical methods including empirical and theoretical frequency distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, probability, counting techniques, and computer-based statistical software.
What to Expect in this Course
This course will be conducted by onlineLive (zoom synchronous) method. You need a computer(laptop) with a camera. You need a Canvas account to access, and we will communicate with Canvas Inbox texting and Announcements. We have several quizzes and one Final exam. You need to submit journals/classwork and homework. The syllabus has the details about them.
Types of Assessments
This Math90 course is Pass/ No Pass class. If you receive total points of 70 or more, you will pass in this course. The syllabus has the details.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
This Math90 course is a co-requisite of Math140. The syllabus has the details.
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Last updated: 05/26/2021 Sub#: 69