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Math-140 - Introductory Statistics ( Section 67694) - Rupa Sinha

Course:Introductory Statistics ( Section 67694)
Professor:Rupa Sinha
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 8 Week


I am Professor Rupa Sinha and I will teach this 8-week Introductory Statistics class for the late start Spring 2023. This class is online-Live class. All the classes will be on zoom. All meetings are required. Since this is a late start, the zoom classes will meet everyday except Friday. The class time is 11:00 am to 1:25 pm, Monday to Thursday. April 10th is the day 1. The last day is June 1st. 

Course Description

This class is different than other math classes, means not all students have the same answer all the time, main idea is how you analyze the prompt in your perspective. This class will be very interesting. We will cover Sampling techniqes, Data collection, Categorical and Quantitative Data Analysis, Sampling Distributions, Sampling Variability, one and two population confidence intervals, one,two and multiple population hypotheses testing, Regression Analysis, two-way tables and probabilities, etc. 

What to Expect in this Course

You will have homework assignment from textbook. The textbook is already uploaded in canvas. You are not buying any textbook. This textbook is written by one of our Faculty Matt Teachout and this is free for students. You will need your canvas and a computer for zoom classes. Camera, yes. You will have one project and exams will be on canvas proctored by a software proctorio or in zoom. 

Types of Assessments

You will hw assignments, discussions, project, chapter exams. All of these for your assessment and for your grade. You will three chapter exams online proctored by a software. And one final exam and one Final project. 

Textbook Information

We will use free OER book written by Matt Teachout. The book is already uploaded in canvas. You do not need to download any book and we will an online free software Statkey. You don't need to buy statkey either. This is free.

Other Relevant Course Information

Attendance is the key. In one zoom class, we will cover a lot. You can check waitlist infomation in the syllabus and other information about class. 

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Last updated: 03/15/2023 Sub#: 1562