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1/19/2011 1 Lecture 1: January 19, 2011 The Course: Intermediate Statistics for Business and Economics Course Number: FinOpMgt 250/Res Ec 213 • Who Am I? • Bernard J. Morzuch • You don’t have to call me Doctor Morzuch. • I can’t draw blood. • I’m still taken aback by the title “Professor” Morzuch. • If you insist on a title, you may call me Mr. Morzuch. • But “Mr.” Morzuch is my dad. He’s still alive! • If you insist on a title, what is suitable? • Call me Uncle Bernie. • Everybody has an Uncle Bernie. • Let’s check out: • Sections of the syllabus
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1/19/2011 2 Web Site: The following URL lets you gain access to pertinent material for the course. You may want to bookmark this address: http://courses.umass.edu/finopmgt250 morzuch/ Once there, click on: Syllabus CONNECT & PRS Components Reading List Lecture Notes Handouts Spire ID/PRS Transmitter CONNECT Student Login Spark I already sent you a copy of the syllabus. Teaching Assistants and Office Hours: Undergraduate TAs: Robin Breen Ilya Chernyakovskiy Arjun Saraswat Chelsea Blanchard Justin Pinkos William Fan Undergraduate TA Office Hours: SOM 321 B I will let you know their office hours next Monday. Graduate TAs: Christopher Burns Jonathan Farland Graduate TA Office Hours: Stockbridge 210 I will let you know their office hours next Monday. Required Text: It is available at the Textbook Annex and also on line directly from the publisher. Custom edition of Applied Statistics in Business & Economics , Volume 2 (ISBN: 9780077489120) by David P. Doane and Lori E. Seward, 3 rd edition. This is Chapters 10 17 of the original text. An on line tool named Connect comes bundled with the custom edition of the text. What is Connect ?
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1/19/2011 3 What is Connect ? It is similar to OWL. It provides access to all of the problems in the text. It permits me to create practice or “pre lecture” exercises out of these problems. I will assign problems to you. You will complete them before the next class. It also permits me to create quizzes on line and therefore to get away from paper grading of quizzes.
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