Syllabus Math 441-442 Sp04

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Math 441/442: Engineering Statistics I & II, 2 Credits Each, SDSMT Spring 2004 Finding Your Instructor Roger Johnson ("Roger" or "Mr. Johnson" is fine), McLaury 314B email:, web: (this page available via the link "Course Syllabi") phone: 355-3450 (my office) (Tentative) Office Hours T 1-2, Th 10-11 Class meetings are MWThF in EP 251A EP 253 1:00-1:50, January 8 through April 30 with holidays January 19, February 16, March 8-12, April 9,12. For those of you enrolled in Math 441 only, the last class meeting will occur on March 5. The last day to drop for 100% refund is Sunday, January 18; last day to drop with a 'W' is Sunday, April 4. Prerequisites Math 225. Course Description (From the catalog) Math 441: An introduction to the core ideas in probability and statistics. Computation of probabilities using, for instance, counting techniques and Bayes' rule. Introduction to discrete and continuous random variables, joint and conditional distributions, expectation, variance and correlation, random sampling from populations, hypothesis tests and confidence intervals, and least squares. This course is the first in a sequence of two two-credit mini-courses in probability and statistics offered in a single term, the second being Math 442.
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This homework help was uploaded on 01/22/2008 for the course MATH 441 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '04 term at SDSMT.

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