NewSyllabusOPRE6301MondayFall2011(1)

NewSyllabusOPRE6301MondayFall2011(1) - OPRE 6301 Monday...

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Monday Night Fall 2011 Instructor: John J. Wiorkowski, Professor of Statistics 972-883-4908 wiorkow@utdallas.edu www.utdallas.edu/~wiorkow/ Office Hours: MA 3.208 Mondays and Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:45 Otherwise by Appointment Text: STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS, 9 th EDITION, by G. KELLER, DUXBURY PRESS, 2009. (ISBN 10 digit 0-538-47748-2; ISBN 13 digit 978-0-538-47748-2) Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes: 1) Be able to organize and summarize raw data 2) Be able to build and evaluate a regression model from raw data 3) Be able to apply the basic rules of Probability Theory 4) Be able to apply the concept of a random variable to solve business problems 5) Be able to apply the Normal, Poisson, and Binomial Distributions to solve business Problems 6) Be able to simulate data from the Normal, Poisson, and Binomial Distributions 7) Be able to identify significant changes in averages and proportions 8) Be able to determine if two populations have the same mean or the same proportion 9) Be able to determine if several populations have the same mean
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