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Course: C 067, Fall 2009
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of College Science and Technology Department of Mathematics TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Fall 2005 Course Syllabus Course: Mathematics C067.001. Course Title: Elements of Statistics. Time: MW 5:40pm-7:00pm. Place: BB 203. Instructor: Mawi, Henok. Instructor Office: 509. Instructor Email: mawi@temple.edu. Instructor Phone: 215-204-1655. Office Hours: MWF 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Prerequisites: Math C055. Textbook: D.S. Moore: The...

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of College Science and Technology Department of Mathematics TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Fall 2005 Course Syllabus Course: Mathematics C067.001. Course Title: Elements of Statistics. Time: MW 5:40pm-7:00pm. Place: BB 203. Instructor: Mawi, Henok. Instructor Office: 509. Instructor Email: mawi@temple.edu. Instructor Phone: 215-204-1655. Office Hours: MWF 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Prerequisites: Math C055. Textbook: D.S. Moore: The Basic Practice of Statistics, 3rd edition. Course Goals: To learn the basics of descriptive and inferential statistics, to appreciate some important applications, and to foster critical thinking. Topics Covered: Data Analysis, Sampling, Regression, Basic probability, Inference (time permitting). Course Grading: 3 tests 40%, 4 quizzes 20% and final exam which counts 35% will be given. Class attendance will count 5%. Exam Dates: Quiz 1 -Sept 14; Quiz 2 - oct 12; Quiz 3- Nov 2; Quiz 4- Nov 30; Test 1- Sept 28; Test 2- Oct 19; test 3- Nov 16; Final exam Dec 12/2005. Attendance Policy: I expect you to attend every class. Being Absent on the day of a test or a quiz or an exam will result in a zero on the exam unless a valid proof, such as a doctor's note, is presented to justify reason of absence. Students who miss the final and do not make alternative arrangements with me before I turn in the grades will be graded F. Any student who has a need for accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact me privately to discuss the specific situation as soon as possible. Contact Disability Resources and Services at (215) 204-1280, Ritter 100 Annex, to coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Students will be charged for a course unless a withdrawal form is processed by a registration office of the University by the Drop/Add deadline date. The Drop/Add deadline date is published in the Class Schedule each semester and is at the end of the second week of the semester or the third day of each summer session. For this semester, the crucial dates are as follows: The last day to drop (tuition refund available) is Monday September 12. The last day to withdraw (no refund) is Monday October 31. The last day of classes is Wednesday, December 7. During the first two weeks of the fall or spring semester or summer sessions, students may withdraw from a course with no record of the class appearing on the transcript. In weeks three through nine of the fall or spring semester, or during weeks three and four of summer sessions...

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