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MATH-140X - Statistics With Support - Duhwa Jung

Course:Statistics With Support
Professor:Duhwa Jung
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 16 Week


This is online LIVE (Synchronous) course. Attendance is mandatory. We have a strict attendance policy. 

Course Description

Examines statistical methods including exploratory data analysis, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, probability, and computer-based statistical software (Webbased StatKey- mainly use this in class, & Java Script based StatCato - Challenging to install this in your laptop and we don't use this that much).

What to Expect in this Course

Your web internet access, computer(laptop) camera and microphone is mandatory. 

4 Exams:   40%                                   

Homework (15%) and Classwork(Journals)(5%): 20%,                                   

Project:  10%,

Final Exam(Dec. 8, 2022,Thursday):  30%

Types of Assessments

           4 Exams:  40% 
           Homework (15%) and Classwork(Journals)(5%):  20% 
           Project:  10% 
           Final Exam(Dec. 8, 2022,Thursday):  30% 

You will be monitored by instructor during entire exam hours.

To qualify to take exams, you need to show your face on your computer camera during entire exam times.

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

Textbook:  We will be using the following free online textbook for Math 140X.  The sections and problem sets for the book can be found at   under the “statistics” tab.

Introduction to Statistics for Community College Students by Professor Matt Teachout (1st edition)

Other Relevant Course Information

Read the e-textbook and ask questions in class. Active participation and critical thinking is a key point for academic success. We use web based Statistic software with StatKey for understanding book contents. But Statcato software is hard to install in your computer. Study actively. Watch related youtube videos and search relevant contents via internet. We communicate with using Canvas Inbox (texting) at any time. But please ask questions in class so that every student will follow your questions and similar questions. 

Additional Resources


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Online Education

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Last updated: 04/22/2022 Sub#: 1340