IEng/Math 382:
Probability Theory and Statistics II,
Spring 2006, 3 Credits, SDSMT
Finding Your Instructor
Roger Johnson ("Roger" or "Mr. Johnson" is fine), McLaury 308 (inner office)
email: [email protected],
web: http://www.mcs.sdsmt.edu/rwjohnso/ (this page and solutions to selected homework
problems are available via the link "Course Syllabi")
phone: 3942471 (math/cs office)
(Tentative) Office Hours
MWF 8:30  9:30, 2:30  3:30
Th 8:30  9:30, 2:00  2:30
Class meetings are MWF in McLaury 306 10:0010:50, January 18 through May 5 with holidays
February 20, March 610, April 14, 17 (for a total of 41 class dates). The last day to drop for
100% refund is Thursday, January 26; last day to drop with a 'W' is Friday, April 7. The final
exam is on Thursday, May 11, 4:00  5:50.
Prerequisites
IEng/Math 381: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Course Description
(From the catalog) Review of general principles of statistical inference, linear regression and
correlation, multiple linear regression, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and the statistical design
of experiments.
(Tentative Material and Text Sections: Confidence intervals (7.1  through middle of p. 288, 7.2,
7.3  through middle of p. 303), Hypothesis tests (selected portions of sections 8.18.4, then 5.5,
selected portions of 9.19.4, 10.1), Leastsquares/Regression (selected portions of Chapters 12
and 13), and 2^k Factorial designs (selected portions of Chapter 11  can rely on class notes
here).)
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Probability and Statistics: For Engineering and the Sciences
, 6th edition, by Jay Devore
($100.75 used, $125.75 new at the
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 Statistics, Probability, selected homework problems, Catalog (pp., Law Minitab Lab

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