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Other good student resources may be found at the Publisher's website at http://wps.aw.com/aw_triola_stats_series/
Students will need to have a calculator capable of doing addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and square root. A scientific calculator is recommended and shouldn't cost more than $20 (usually less) (A graphing calculator such as a TI-83 is not required but may be used if you wish)
MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics
S1F 2013 HE
Loy, Kevin John
Master of Education--The Ohio State UniversityMasters of Science in Mathematics--Colorado School of MinesDoctorate of Philosophy--The Ohio State University
U.S. Army Manpower Analysis Agency, 5915 16th Street Bldg 238, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5589
5:00 - 10:20 PM
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Educational Philosophy: The instructor's philosophy is based on constructivist view of learning which states that students construct their perception of reality. The Instructor provides guidance like lectures, assignments and tutoring but learning task is placed entirely on student's shoulders. Full use of computer technology is one of the ways the instructor guides students.
The intent is to introduce students to many of the important concepts and procedures they are likely to need in order to (1) evaluate such daily inputs as organizational reports, newspaper articles, radio and television commentaries, (2) improve their ability to make better decisions over a wide range of topics, and (3) improve their ability to measure and cope with changing conditions both at home and on the job. The emphasis will be placed on explaining statistical procedures and interpreting the resulting conclusions
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Description of MA 120 Core Assessment
One problem with multiple parts for each numbered item, except for item #3, which contains four separate problems.
1. Compute the mean, median, mode, and standard deviation for a sample of 8 to 12 data.
2. Compute the mean and standard deviation of a grouped frequency distribution with 4 classes.
3. Compute the probability of four problems from among these kinds or combinations there of:
a. the probability of an event based upon a two-dimensional table;
b. the probability of an event that involves using the addition rule;
c. the probability of an event that involves conditional probability;
d. the probability of an event that involves the use of independence of events;
e. the probability of an event based upon permutations and/or combinations;
f. the probability of an event using the multiplication rule; or
g. the probability of an event found by finding the probability of the complementary event.
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment:
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Any missed quiz will be made up before the next class period or it will result in a zero.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Students will need to take an active role in the classroom. This includes helping other students in completing their individual tasks. Respect to all individuals is the rule in the classroom.
Students who do not contact me regarding their missing the final (within 48 hours) are not eligible to take the final. Grades MUST be input online 48 hours after the last class. Any student with "unexcused" absences or numerous excused absences are not eligible for an incomplete. With an incomplete grade, a student must provide documentation why they did not attend the final, such as, medical excuse, work related or TDY orders.
Read Chapter 2: Sections 2-1, 2-2, & 2-3
Chapter 2 & 3
Read Chapter 3: Sections 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, & 3-4
Email Definitions (Chapter 1): Population, Sample,
Parameter, Statistic, Discrete Data, Continuous Data,Voluntary Response Sample, Random Sample, and Simple Random Sample, to your Instructor!
Quiz Chapter 2 & 3
Read Chapter 4: Sections 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, & 4-7
Due Section 2-2: #6, #14, #18
Due Section 2-3: #10
Due Section 3-2: #8, #12, #30, & #32
Due Section 3.3: #6, #18, #30, & #36
Due Section 3-4: #10
Quiz Chapter 4
Read Chapter 5: Sections 5-1, 5-2, 5-3, & 5-4
Due Section 4-2: #14, #18, #26, & #28
Due Section 4-3: #20, #28, & #30
Due Section 4-4: #10, #16, & #18
Due Section 4-5: #16 & #24
Due Section 4-7: #10, #14, #16, & #22
Quiz Chapter 5
Read Chapter 6: Sections 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-5
Due Section 5-2: #8, #10, #12, & #16
Due Section 5-3: #16, #18, #26, & #28
Due Section 5-4: #8, #10, #12, & #18
Quiz Chapter 6
Read Chapter 7: Sections 7-1, 7-2, 7-4
Chapter 7 & 8
Read Chapter 8: Sections 8-1, 8-2, 8-5
Due Section 6-2: #10, #12, #14, #16, #18, & #20
Due Section 6-3: #8, #10, #12, #14, #22, & #24
Due Section 6-5: #8, #9, #10, & #12,
Quiz Chapter 7 & 8
Read Chapter 10: Sections 10-1, 10-2, 10-3
Due Section 7-2: #8, #10, #12, #24,& #30
Due Section 7-4: #8, #18, #20, & #22
Due Section 8-2: #10, #12, & #14,
Due Section 8-5: # 6, #8, #10, #12, & #16
Due Section 10-2: #6, #8, #10
Due Section 10-3: #6, #8, #10
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