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Math-140 - Elemntary Statistics - Lusine Tadevosyan

Course:Elemntary Statistics
Professor:Lusine Tadevosyan
Email:lusine.tadevosyan@canyons.edu
Format:
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 16 Week

Introduction

Welcome to my math 140 Elementary Statistics Class

This is a synchronous course that will meet online via Zoom and Canvas.  Students will be required to login to Canvas each day the class is scheduled to meet, watch the daily lecture videos, post questions and/or comments in discussion boards, and complete daily assignments.  Exams and quizzes will be completed in Canvas also.

Course Description

Math 140 examines statistical methods including collecting data, bias, experimental design, exploratory data analysis, regression, probability, sampling and theoretical distributions, population estimations, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, categorical and quantitative association tests and how to use computer-based statistical software. 

Student Learning Outcomes for Math 140

  1. Apply basic statistical procedures, including the collection, analysis, and reporting of data designed to test a research hypothesis.
     
  2. Demonstrate the appropriate use of computer-based statistical software.

What to Expect in this Course

All material for the course is accessed through Canvas.  Each day that new material is covered, students will be expected to watch the lecture videos and complete the associated daily assignments.  Questions about the material should be posted in appropriate discussion boards during class time.  Exams and quizzes must also be completed during the scheduled class time on the days they are assigned.  Late submissions of any work will not be accepted unless there is a valid reason.  All due dates will be specified in the course syllabus.

 

Types of Assessments

Assessments will include daily assignments, quizzes relating to the homework assignments, four exams covering 2-3 chapters each, and a cumulative final exam on the last day the course meets.

 

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

The textbook is free: We will be using the free textbook “Introduction to Statistics for Community College Students (1st edition) by Matt Teachout.  The textbook Sections and Textbook Problems may be found in the “Modules” and “Assignments” menus in Canvas and at Mr. Teachout’s Website:  matt-teachout.org (Links to an external site.).  You do NOT need to purchase anything at the COC bookstore.

Other Relevant Course Information

Students wishing to add the class must contact the instructor directly via email.  Add codes will be provided on the first day the course meets, provided that space is available.  Students will also be required to login to Canvas the first day the class meets to complete the first day's material.  Failure to do so may result in being dropped from the course.
 


Additional Resources

Canvas

This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:

  • CanyonsID Username is your COC student email address (Ex: username@my.canyons.edu)
  • CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password

Please visit the Get to Know Your Online Classroom page for help logging into Canvas and for tips on using Canvas and Zoom. Canvas Chat Support is also available 24/7 for any Canvas related issues.

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Last updated: 08/10/2022 Sub#: 529