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Statistics 350 Statistics for Business and Economics I (MW) Text: Statistics for Business and Economics, tenth Edition, by Anderson, Sweeney and Williams. This course has been designed with the university Guidelines for General Education in mind. That is, in addition to the typical lecture-textbook format, we will be enhancing your experience by including other activities and ideas that draw your personal background and experience, and better prepare you for future coursework, research and application of statistics in your field. Notes: 1. You can not get credit for Stat 100, Stat 325 and Stat 350. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Jager. 2. Help sessions are in Dickens 004. Schedules will be provided online beginning week two of classes. Course Description: This is a course in statistical analysis. It develops skills for making sense out of raw data, constructing graphical representations of data, finding intervals for population parameters, and performing tests of hypothesis.
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