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MATH200/ME50, Statistics

Spring 2014, T 6:30–9:20, room 121C (Stan Brown)

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All news through 14 May Latest email to the class: 14 May

14 May Grades have been posted! If you would like a detailed grade computation, drop me an email from your TC3 account.

12 May Thanks for answering the Course Debriefing. For those who wanted to see it, I have posted a summary of your responses.


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Throughout the Course

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Chapter 1: Statistics!

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Chapter 2: Graphing Your Data

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Chapter 3: Numbers about Numbers

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Chapter 4: Linked Variables

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Chapter 5: Probability

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Chapter 6: Discrete Probability Models

Chapter 7: Normal Distributions

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Chapter 8: How Samples Vary

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Chapter 9: Estimating Population Parameters

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Chapter 10: Hypothesis Tests

Chapter 11: Inference from Two Samples

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Chapter 12: Tests on Counted Data

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gears Extra cases

These are not part of the course syllabus, but are included for those who would like to learn more.

General Math

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