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# SYLLABUS_FOR_SP_2008_ - STAT 500 Applied Statistics Spring...

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STAT 500 : Applied Statistics Spring 2008 M,F 1:25-2:15pm 73 Willard, W 1:25-2:15pm 111 Boucke Instructor: Dr. Mosuk Chow Office: 315 Thomas Phone: 863-8128 (e-mail: [email protected]) Office Hours: Wed 2:30-4:30pm, Friday 11:00 am -noon or by appointment Grader information: (will be announced on the course ANGEL site) Aim: The course is an introduction to the basic concepts and methods of applied statistics. It is intended for graduate students who either have no prior statistics courses (math skills assumed), or who wish to review the fundamentals before taking additional 500 level Statistics courses. Textbook: An Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis by R. Lyman Ott and Michael Longnecker (5th edition) bundled with Minitab 14 student version. The textbook is on reserve in Physical and Math Science Library (PAMS) at 201 Davey Lab. Grades: Homeworks 20 % Midterms: 50 % (March 3, April 7) Project: 5 % ( project due April 28) Final Exam: 25 % (per University schedule) Grading (tentatively): Course grades in each of the nine categories will be tentatively awarded based on the following lower bounds: F D C C+ B- B B+ A- A 0 60 70 77 80 83 87 90 93

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