Math 140 - Statistics - Said Najafi
Welcome to my online version of Math 140: Introductory Statistics. My name is Said Najafi, and I will be your instructor for this course. Feel free to email me if you have questions or need help. This orientation letter will provide you with helpful information as you prepare for our class.
This course is taught 100% online. Exams, assignments and lectures are all asynchronous and online. They can be completed at any time before the weekly deadlines.
This course 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
What to Expect in this Course
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.
Types of Assessments
Exam essays will be posted on Canvas and can be completed any time before the deadline.
The course will use canvas. Links to the textbook, notes and lecture videos are located at matt-teachout.org and are also posted on Canvas. Course schedule will be posted on Canvas.
Once a student has posted an assignment, exam, or project on Canvas, the student will receive a grade on Canvas..
Assignment, Exam and Project Submission Information
Students will post their response to assignments, exams, and projects on canvas.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Online Textbook at http://www.matt-teachout.org/
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Last updated: 10/25/2021 Sub#: 1017