SYLLABUS MTH 147.6 Fall 2017(7).doc

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MTH 147 – Statistical Concepts with Applications Syllabus, Fall 2017 Cleveland State University Department of Mathematics I. Course Information Section Days and Times Location Instructor Section 6 MWF: 12:25-1:15 p.m. MC 303 Mary Zhelezova, PhD Office and Office Hours Email Office Phone Office Hours [email protected] RT1531 216-687-9248 MWF 11:10 am - 12:10 pm The instructor can only be reached by phone only during her office hours or by appointment. Email is the preferred method of course correspondence. You must include MTH 147 in the subject line. Course Prerequisite Grade of SC or better in MTH 087 or suitable placement score. Course Description This is a 3 credit hour course. The purpose of this course is for students to learn the basic statistical concepts and methodology. Topics include ways of describing, organizing and exploring data, an introduction to probability to support the reasoning behind standard methods of inference, and use of the modern computer technology in basic model building, data analysis and decision making. This course will prepare students for further study in statistics and its applications. Course Goals and Objectives Upon completion of this course, students will able to: - Read and understand newspaper reports of research studies. - Describe categorical and quantitative data using statistics, graphs, and in a narrative format. - Describe relationships between variables using statistics, graphs, and in a narrative format. - Distinguish between a population distribution, a data distribution based on a sample, and a sampling distribution for a statistic. - Construct and interpret confidence intervals for one mean or one proportion, including the concept of margin of error. - Construct and interpret hypothesis tests for one mean or one proportion, including the concept of null and alternative models. - Manipulate and use Minitab datasets for use in a statistical analysis. - Present statistical work in different quality formats – tabular, graphical and narrative. Text Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data, 4 th edition . Agresti, A., Franklin, C. and Klingenberg, B., Pearson/Prentice Hall ISBN: 9780134435855 1

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Students will be able to purchase: a loose leaf 3-hole punch book with access code (with e-book) from Bookstore an access code (with e-Book) from Bookstore an access code from Pearson (with e-Book) within Blackboard II. Instructional Resources Blackboard Learn: This course will use Blackboard Learn as the primary means of accessing the weekly online quizzes and class related materials such as study guides, PowerPoint presentations, lab and project assignments. Blackboard may be accessed directly through the link or by following “MyCSU” from the top right of the main CSU website at . After selecting “MyCSU”, the link to Blackboard is found in the For Students ” column. Log in to Blackboard using your CSU ID number and your Campus Net password.
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