STAT 350 Syllabus

# STAT 350 Syllabus - STAT 350-001 - Introductory Statistics...

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STAT 350-001 -- Introductory Statistics II (CRN 11048) Course Syllabus (Draft of Jan 17) -- Spring 2011 Administrative: Classes: th to May 5 th , Engineering, Room 1108. Final Exam: 1:30 to 4:15pm, Thursday, May 12 th , same room as class. Instructor: Dr. Robert Sims, Office: Engineering, Room 1719, (703) 993-9110. Office Hours: Mon & Weds 1:00-2:30, Tues & Thurs 10:30-11:45 pm, and by appointment. E-mail Address: [email protected] GTA Caitlin Webb (cwebb8 @gmu.edu ) is available in Engineering, Room 17 24 on (TO BE DETERMINED) and by appointment. Prerequisite: Statistics 250 or permission of the instructor. Text: , 6th Ed., John Software: Minitab at GMU lab or own PC (license is available at Patriot Computers), Calculator: Simple or TI-8x Course Mgmt: Blackboard at http://courses.gmu.edu for registered students. WileyPLUS at www.wileyplus.com contains the on-line homework and the on-line textbook. See the acquisition instructions on Blackboard. Course Objectives: To learn to communicate information contained in data. To continue to develop a discerning and skeptical eye in evaluating the statistical presentations of others. To learn statistical principles, methods, and tools, building upon knowledge gained in Stat 250, which will prove useful in later coursework and in work situations. To learn more about how to use statistical tools, i.e., Minitab and Excel. The on-line textbook contains Minitab and Excel manuals for each chapter. Outline of Topics:

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## This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course STAT 350 taught by Professor Sims,r during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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