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Math-140 - Introductory Statistics ( Section 70015) - Rupa Sinha

Course:Introductory Statistics ( Section 70015)
Professor:Rupa Sinha
  • Online
Course Length:
  • 5 Week


I am Professor Rupa Sinha and I will be your instructor for this summer 2023 class. The class length is only 5 weeks. And the class is fully online. That means, there is no zoom classes. All the course materials will be in your canvas. The course will be pulished by me when semester starts. The lecture videos, textbook problems, ans other suplemental materials will be in canvas as well. Feel free to email me, if any questions. 

Course Description

This class is different than other math classes. Not the same answer always. People may have different answers based on their thought process and perspectives. We will cover Sampling techniques, data collection, categorical and quantitative data analysis, normal and binomial probability distributions, samplimg distributions, sampling variability, one and two populations confidence intervals, Type 1 and type 2 errors, one, two and mulpti polpulation hypotheses testing, two way tables and correlation and regression analysis.

What to Expect in this Course

Since this class is fully online, there is no zoom requirement. You can reach out to me any time via email and I will try my best to answer you at my earliest convenience. There are plenty of resources and supplement inside canvas. If you stuck and really need a zoom session with me, you need to give me an email with least 3 days advance notice, so that I can fit you in my schedule. You will have 1 project, 3 online chapter exams, and one Final exam. 

Types of Assessments

You will have online discussion boards, textbook hw problems, etc. You have 3 chapter exams online, one project and one Final exam. Feel free to email me if any quetions. This class will start July 10th and will end August 12, 2023. 

Textbook Information

We will use free OER book written by Matt Teachout. The textbook is already uploaded by me in canvas. We will use stats software Statkey. This is an online software and free. You don't need to download anything. The details you can find in syllabus. 

Other Relevant Course Information

Consistency is the key. Do one thing at a time, turning everything last minute will be very bad idea for you to succeed in this class. Finish all your assignments in timely manner, you will see the deadlines in canvas.

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Last updated: 03/15/2023 Sub#: 1563