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syllabus - IE 121 Spring 2008 Instructor: Eugene Perevalov...

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IE 121 – Spring 2008 Instructor: Eugene Perevalov TA: TBD Meeting times: MWF 10:10-11:00 or 12:10-1:00 General information: IE121 is an introductory course in Statistics primarily for engineering students. The term Statistics deals with the collection, analysis, and presentation of data. The ability to use data correctly is important to every engineer. In fact, this course is one of a subset that you will have a 100% chance of using. In this course, we will cover estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, analysis of variance, and quality control. Course objectives: Upon completion of this course students will: know the basic concepts and methods in statistics; know various estimation techniques and their respective strengths and weaknesses be able to formulate analytical models to perform both parametric and non-parametric hy- pothesis tests; be able to understand and analyze statistics in polling and yield management applications; be able to perform regression analysis and think critically about regression models;
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