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# 432205syl - SYLLABUS STA 4322 STA 5328 Introduction to...

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SYLLABUS STA 4322 Introduction to Statistics Theory Fall, 2005 STA 5328 Mathematical Methods of Statistics II Fall, 2005 Instructor: Malay Ghosh Office : 223 Griffin-Floyd Hall Phone : 392-1941 (ext. 232) E-Mail : [email protected] Office Hours: 3:00-4:00 P.M. M W and by appointment Objective : The objective of STA 4322/ STA 5328 is to introduce students to the basic aspects of the theory of statistical inference. We will cover topics such as the χ -square, t and F distributions, point estimation, Testing hypotheses and assessing goodness of fit, comparing two samples, and the analysis of variance. In particular, we will cover in details Chapters 6, 8 and 9 of “Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis (2nd Edition)” by John A. Rice and a few selected topics from Chapters 11 and 12. Policy : A student’s grade for the Fall Semester is determined from scores on the quizzes (20%), two midterm exams (25% each), and a final exam (30%). The quizzes will be based entirely on the assigned homework. Quiz and Exam Dates : Quiz 1: 9/2; Quiz 2: 9/9; Quiz 3: 9/16; Quiz 4: 9/23; Quiz 5: 9/30. EXAM I: October 5, 2005. Quiz 6: 10/14; Quiz 7: 10/21; Quiz 8: 10/28; Quiz 9: 11/4.
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