sylsum08A - STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics Tutoring...

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STA 2023: Introduction to Statistics Instructor: Megan (Meece) Mocko 117B Griffin Floyd Hall 352-273-2975 Office Hours: 1 to 3pm MWF Class Time: MTWRF 2 nd period (9:30- 10:45am) Email: [email protected] E-Learning (formerly known as webct): Tutoring lab: Griffin Floyd Hall Room 104 Tutoring Room Hours: M through F: 11 to 4pm W: 11 to 5pm Course Objective: Graphical and numerical descriptive measures, probability, conditional probability, probability laws, discrete random variables, binomial and normal random variables, sampling distributions, central limit theorem, large and small sample confidence intervals for parameters associated with a single population and for comparison of two populations. Hypothesis testing for large and small samples. THIS COURSE SATISFIES GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS IN THE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES. STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO SUMMARIZE DATA AND HOW TO MAKE APPROPRIATE DECISIONS BASED ON DATA. Course Website with Current Announcements: Required Supplies: Lab Workbook for Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data by Alan Agresti and Christine Franklin 1 st edition, Pearson, 2007. You may purchase the full book or the Volume 1 portion. If you plan on taking STA 3024, you would be better off purchasing the full book. If you are not planning on taking STA 3024, it is cheaper to just purchase Volume 1. (Note: Some of the USED Volume I textbooks have incorrect tables on the inside front and back covers. You can download the corrected covers from the homepage of E-Learning. ) Scientific Calculator that has some basic statistical functions: mean and standard deviation. Many inexpensive calculators (around $10 to $15) have these functions; check the manual or look for the following symbols: x-bar and either s or σ n-1 . All of the more expensive graphing calculator have them as well, but it is not necessary to buy one of them for this class. H-ITT radio remote which can be purchased at any of the Gainesville bookstores. Suggested: Minitab computer program: We will be using Minitab output in class. You may want to use the program to help you work out homework problems. Minitab can be found on the CIRCA lab computers, purchased online for $99.99 new at , downloaded for free for 30 days at www.e- , or rent a copy of the software for a semester for $29.99 at .
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My expectations of you : Arrive on time Review your notes after each class Ask questions if you do not understand something Make it your goal to understand everything that we do Inform the instructor of a problem in a timely manner Grading Scale: The exam grading scale will be the following. A: 90-100% of total points, B+: 88-89%, B: 80-88%, C+: 78-79, C: 70-78%, D: 60-69%, and E: 59 and lower. The grading scale is not fixed. If the overall class performance warrants a curve I will
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