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Syllabus - Math 330 Statistics I Fall 2009 Instructor Bob...

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Math 330 Statistics I Fall 2009 Instructor: Bob Snyder Office: College Center, 2nd Floor Office phone: Ext. 7211 (528-7211) E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: M 2:30 - 3:30pm, T 2 - 4pm, W 2:30 - 3:30pm Statistics I & II provide an introduction to mathematical statistics and data analysis. Statistics I focuses on the probabilistic foundations including random variables, conditional probability, expected values, variance, covariance and correlation. The method of moment-generating functions is studied, as are various limit theorems. The concepts are related to the basic principles of statistical inference. The student is expected to demonstrate greater independence and initiative than is the case in 200- level mathematics courses. Each student will be expected to share responsibility for presentation of the material and class discussion. In particular, a major part of the course will consist of a discussion of the assigned problems. In addition to homework assignments, there will be two hour tests and a final exam. Your final
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