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Welcome to ST371: Introduction to Probability and Distribution Theory Spring 2016
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Instructor: Dr. Herle McGowan Email: [email protected] Office: 5262 SAS Hall Office hours: MW 1:30-3pm & by appointment TA: Lin Yu Email: [email protected] Office: 1101 SAS Hall Office hours: TDB
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Course Materials Textbook (required): Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences 9 th edition Author: Devore Other materials: Calculator Note outlines (electronic access or printed) Extra paper
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Grading In-class activities (lowest 2 scores dropped) 60 points Homework (lowest score dropped) 100 points 2 midterm exams (2/18 and 4/7) 100 points each Cumulative final exam (4/28, 8-11am) 200 points Total 560 points
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Attendance, Absences, Make-up Work Attendance is required Tracked through in-class activities No late work accepted No make up for homework or in-class activities Contact instructor if you miss an exam or have chronic extenuating circumstances Need to provide suitable documentation such as a physician’s note, letter from the University or academic advisor
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ST 371 Note Outline 1: Probability Textbook: 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.5
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