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pam2100 syllabus - PAM 2100-002: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS...

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PAM 2100-002: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS Fall Semester 2010 Lecture 2: MWF 12:20 PM – 1:10 PM , MVR G73 Dr. Jeffrey T. Lewis (PAM) MVR 294, 607-254-5496 e-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday 2:00-3:00, Tuesday 1:00-2:00, Thursday 1:00-3:00/ (or by appointment) Teaching Assistant Section Times/Locations Jose Balmori (jrb392) 205: M, 9:05-9:55, MVR G73 Jeremy Fuller (jrf249) 206: W, 2:30-3:20, Rockefeller 230 Jeremy Fuller 210: R, 3:35-4:25, Morrison 334 TA office hours and locations will be posted on Blackboard (under Staff Information). Anytime you email any of us this semester, make sure you specify in that email the time that your lecture meets (11:15 or 12:20). COURSE OBJECTIVES In this class, students will: 1) increase their knowledge of both descriptive and inferential statistics; 2) familiarize themselves with Excel. COURSE WEBSITE This course has a website on Blackboard. You will have to self-enroll in the site. To do so, go to: . Click on “For Students .” Then click on “ How to Self-Enroll in a Blackboard Site .” The name of the course is: PAM2100-1220-Lewis-Fall2010 The access code you will need to use to enroll is: 1220 I am teaching two PAM 2100 classes this semester. Make sure you enroll in the correct course on Blackboard. Do not enroll in both courses. I will post my lecture notes on the web site by 5:00 pm the day before class. You should print out the materials and bring them to class. Problem sets, computer problem sets, problem set solutions, and other materials will also be posted on the web site. I will post announcements on the web site stating what you should print out for class and when assignments are due. COURSE MATERIALS The textbook for the course is Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (Sixth Edition) by Moore, McCabe, and Craig. You will need the textbook because some of the section problems come from the textbook. Most of my lecture notes are based on Moore, McCabe, and Craig. Some of my lecture notes are based on Introduction to Econometrics
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2010 for the course PAM 2100 taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '10 term at Adelphi.

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