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Test 1 001 announcement - OM 210 001 Test 1 Descriptive...

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OM 210 001 Test 1, Descriptive Statistics DATE For all Tuesday recitation sections of lecture section 001 (Thursday afternoon lecture), the first exam, Test 1, will be given in your recitation section (in your recitation classroom) on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 . Test 1 will take the full period of one hour and 30 minutes of the regularly scheduled recitation. Test 1 will start and stop on time for your recitation. Time is of the essence, so work carefully but quickly. Be on time; latecomers may not be given the test. (In the event of missing Test 1, you will be assigned a score of zero for it. Test 1 may be made up only under extreme emergencies; a make-up can only be approved by me and will require a bona fide reason supported with appropriate documentation. Refer to the make-up policy stated in the course syllabus for more information.) COVERAGE Test 1 will cover all of what has been discussed for descriptive statistics, including data types, data presentation, and data summarization. Test 1 will be comprehensive of all the aforementioned topics as presented and covered in both lecture and recitation . The test will be based on my class presentations of my PowerPoint slide sets that are contained in the Course Content module on my OM 210 Blackboard course folder under the links 1, Introduction , 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) , and 3 Data Summarization (ASW 3) . From the course textbook, the test will cover the following material: Chapter 1, section 1.2. Chapter 2, sections 2.1 to 2.3. Chapter 3, sections 3.1 to 3.3, inclusive. The test will also cover any and all additional topics and material contained in my presentations that were presented in lecture (e.g., basic Q&A, uses of CV, data clustering, outliers using the 3s rule, margin of error, etc.)
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Test 1 will be based on my PowerPoint slide sets that I presented in class contained in my OM 210 Blackboard course folder on the Course Content page under the links 1 Introduction (ASW 1) , 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) , and 3 Data Summarization (ASW 3) . The topics and material covered are Data, contained on the page 1 Introduction (ASW 1) . Item 1.3 in the Table of Contents. o Presentation titled “3 Data.ppt.” Data presentation contained on the page 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) . Items 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 in the Table of Contents. o Presentations 1, 2, and 3, inclusive. Data summarization contained on the page 3 Data Summarization (ASW 3) . Items 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.5, and 1.6 in the Table of Contents. o Presentations 1, 2, 4, 5A and 5B, inclusive. (Note: Mean absolute deviation, MAD, will not be covered on Test 1. Other specific items and slides to be skipped as noted in the lectures). To download these presentations, from my OM 210 course web site home page, go to the “Course Content” link and follow the links: 1 Introduction (ASW 1) 3 Data.ppt 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) 1 Qualitative Data.ppt 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) 2 Numerical Data - Basics.ppt 2 Data Presentation (ASW 2) 3 Shape.ppt 3 Data Summarization (ASW 3) 1 Central Tendency.ppt
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