Syllabus - Statistics 1001 Spring 2010 CRN: 064257 Section...

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Statistics 1001 – Spring 2010 CRN: 064257 Section 009: MWF 3:00 PM to 3:50 PM (Speakman 107) Instructor : Ke Huang Office : Speakman Hall 390D Office hours : MF 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM and 4:00PM – 5:00PM E-mail : kehuang@temple.edu Prerequisite: Sufficient score on the Math Placement exam or a passing grade in Math 0045. Course Objectives: Fundamentals of finite mathematics necessary for a business student to pursue statistics and other quantitatively oriented business courses. Topics and illustrations are specifically directed to applications in business and economics. Topics include algebraic concepts; linear, quadratic, polynomial and rational functions; logarithm and exponential functions; elementary matrix manipulations. Fitting of curves, interest rate calculations, present and future values of annuities are some of the specific applications. Use of a graphic calculator. Textbook: Mathematics with Business Applications Third Custom Edition for Temple University (Pearson Custom Publishing, 2007) Calculator : TI-83 or similar graphing calculator. Topics: Selected from Chapters 1 through 6. Chapter Topic _____________________________________________________________________ 1 Algebra and Equations 2 Graphs, Lines and Inequalities 3 Functions and Graphs 4 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 5 Mathematics of Finance 6 Systems of Linear Equations and Matrices Basic concepts of Algebra and Pre-Calculus are introduced and related to optimization and graphs used in
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