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Unformatted text preview: STA4321 (Section 1055) Introduction to Probability Summer A 2010 STA5325 (Section 1057) Fundamentals of Probability Instructor: Ronald H. Randles Office: 116A Griffin-Floyd Hall Phone: 273-2971 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: 11:00-11:45 MTWThF TA: Long Zhang Office: 117D Griffin-Floyd Hall Phone: 273-2977 E-mail: email@example.com Office Hours: MTWThF CLASS : MTWRF - 2nd Period (9:30-10:45AM), Room E119 CSE CLASS WEB SITE : http://www.stat.ufl.edu/ rrandles/sta4321 OBJECTIVE : The sequence of courses STA 4321-4322 is designed to give the undergraduate student a firm foundation in the basic theory of statistical inference. Three semesters of calculus are required in order to understand the course material. Since probability theory is the primary mathematical tool used in statistical inference, the first course, STA 4321, is devoted almost entirely to concepts of probability and distribution theory and their applications. STA 4322 deals primarily with the classical theory ofand distribution theory and their applications....
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