SumSyll351 - STT 351-101: Prob & Statistics for Engineers...

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Summer-2008 Time and Place: MWF 12:40 - 2:30 pm, C213 WH Instructor: Vellaisamy Palaniappan Office: A409 Wells Hall, East Lansing Phone Number: 353-3899 E-mail: vellaisamy@stt.msu.edu . Website : www.stt.msu.edu/cp/summer08/351-101/ Office Hours: Help Room Hours: M-Tu-W-Th: 9-12, 1-3, 5-7 & F: 9-12, 1-3. Text: Jay Devore and Nicholas Farnum, Applied Statistics for Engineers and Scientists , 2 nd Edition, Thompson Brooks/Cole, CA. Course Description: Statistics is a discipline that supports research and development; its concepts and methods help scientists and engineers understand several phenomena and answer related questions in the face of variability and uncertainty. In the course STT 351, students are exposed to basic probabilistic models and statistical methods that are used in engineering disciplines, applied research, and industry. Continuous themes are the importance of quality data, the careful use of terms, and the clear presentation of statistical information and analysis. Coverage:
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SumSyll351 - STT 351-101: Prob & Statistics for Engineers...

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