Math 140 - Introductory Statistics - Alexander Bojkov
Welcome to our Remote version of Math 140, Introductory Statistics. My name is Alexander Bojkov. I'll be teaching this class in the Fall 2021 semester. There will be Synchronous Zoom meetings during scheduled class days/hours:
T 11:00 am - 1:25 pm
Th 11:00 am - 1:25 pm
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.
What to Expect in this Course
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.
If you are not active during the semester for longer than on week, you may be dropped from the course. Please make sure that you are staying on top of all the course assignments as there will be no makeup assignments for any reason.
Types of Assessments
1. Online Homework: Completed using MyStatLab
2. Online Exams/Final: Completed using MyStatLab
3. Project: Completed using StatCrunch
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Introductory Statistics Exploring the World through Data by Robert Gould, Colleen Ryan, with MyStatLab access code. (Online version is sufficient)
Other Relevant Course Information
We will be using StatCrunch as our statistical software. See https://www.statcrunch.com/help for video help. All the course related calculations on exams, homework and project must be completed using this statistical software.
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Last updated: 08/17/2021 Sub#: 531