• Mathematics 090 – # 61094 - Support for Statistics - Siranush Grigoryan
|Course:||Support for Statistics|
Welcome to our Remote version of Math 140: Introductory Statistics. My name is Siranush Grigoryan, and I will be your instructor for this course. This orientation letter will provide you with helpful information as you prepare for our class.
There will be both synchronous meetings for this course, Synchronous ZOOM meetings during scheduled class days/hours. TuTh 7:35 pm - 8:55 pm
What to Expect in this Course
Math 090 Course Description
This course will support your Math 140 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.
Math 090 Student Learning Outcome
Here is an over-arching goal for the support part of the class.
Apply basic mathematical and data analysis skills to identify, analyze, and solve problems in Introductory Statistics.
Types of Assessments
Math 090 Grade Summary:
Your overall grade in Math 090 will be determined by the grades on Math 090 Quizzes/Discassions. The quizzes may be found in the quiz menu in your Math 090 Canvas Shell and are based on skill development and mastery learning. The quizzes will have basic skills problems to work on. You will need a calculator or cell phone calculator when you take the quizzes. Since the goal is to get better, you are encouraged to retake the quizzes over and over for a higher score. Each time you take the quiz, you will be getting different questions.
Math 090 Grading Scale: 70 – 100 Pass
0 – 69 No Pass
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Math 090 & Math 140 Textbook: We will be using the following free online textbook for both Math 090 and Math 140. The sections and problem sets for the book can be found at www.matt-teachout.org (Links to an external site.) under the “statistics” tab. Links to the sections and problems in the textbook are also included in your weekly schedules on Canvas.
Introduction to Statistics for Community College Students by Matt Teachout (1st edition)
Math 090 and Math 140 Supplemental Materials: Lecture video links, notes, assignments and data sets can be found both on Canvas and at www.matt-teachout.org (Links to an external site.) under the “Statistics” tab.
Note: The Math 090 Quizzes are found in your Math 090 Canvas shell.
Other Relevant Course Information
We have a lot of material to cover and understand, so regular attendance via ZOOM is crucial to your success in the class. Please join on time and stay for the duration of the live class session via ZOOM.
- Be sure you have reliable Internet access as you will spend a lot of time in Canvas.
- In addition, you will need a scientific calculator for some exercises and exams. Your phone and PC may already have one.
- Assignments will be submitted through Canvas
- Computer access with internet and Chrome as a browser, and able to enable Proctorio Chrome Extension for exams
- The computer must have speakers, webcam, and microphone
- StatCrunch access
- Basic or Scientific Calculator, may use calculator on computer
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Last updated: 02/04/2022 Sub#: 1279