Math-140 - Introductory Statistics ( Section 61696) - Rupa Sinha
|Course:||Introductory Statistics ( Section 61696)|
I am professor Rupa Sinha. This course is called "Introductory Statistics" and format is online live, zoom meetings are required. Well some zoom meetings will be optional but not all.
This is 8 week class, meet Monday to Thursday from 8:25 am to 10:50 am on zoom. You are most welcome to email me if you can't decide, you should take this course or not and this is one of your required course. I will help you to understand the format of the class in details.
This class is different than the other math classes. In this class, we will cover descriptive and inferential statistics that includes data analysis, sampling techniques, confidence intervals, bias, hypothesis tests, relationship tests, regression etc.
What to Expect in this Course
Everyone has their unique style of learning. Since this class is 8 weeks so a good amount of lesson will be covered each week. You need canvas and zoom and preferable browser is chrome. We will have one project and chapter exams and one final exam. I will upload the exam in canvas. You will take exam on canvas with certain time limit.
Types of Assessments
You will have online exams, discussion boards and written assignments.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
We will use free OER book written my Matt Teachout. I will upload the book in canvas. Well you can also access the book on his website. You don't need to download it until if you want to print some pages of the book.
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This class will start April 11th and end on June 1st. If you are consistent and focused, you will succeed in this course.
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Last updated: 03/10/2022 Sub#: 1313