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Unformatted text preview: Statistics 8611: Theory of Probability and Statistics I Fall Semester, 2008 Time: M W F 9:10–10:00 Place: C103 Wells Hall Instructor: Chae Young Lim Office: A426 Wells Hall Telephone: 3537154 EMail: [email protected] Website: please log on angel.msu.edu and find the course under ’My Angel Courses’ menu. Office Hours: M W 10:3012:00 , 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: 4212 for students who have had a course on college algebra, 4412 for students with at least four courses in calculus or higher level mathematics, and 8612 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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