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Unformatted text preview: Statistics 861-1: Theory of Probability and Statistics I Fall Semester, 2008 Time: M W F 9:1010:00 Place: C103 Wells Hall Instructor: Chae Young Lim Office: A-426 Wells Hall Telephone: 353-7154 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: please log on angel.msu.edu and find the course under My Angel Courses menu. Office Hours: M W 10:30-12:00 , or by appointment Text: Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis , Third Edition, by John Rice Prerequisite: Mathematics 320 (Analysis I), or an equivalent course The Department of Statistics and Probability offers three two semester sequences for stu- dents who have not studied probability and statistics previously: 421-2 for students who have had a course on college algebra, 441-2 for students with at least four courses in calculus or higher level mathematics, and 861-2 for students with at least concurrent registration in Math 320 (Analysis). For STT 442 or 862 students should have had a course on linear algebra....
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