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Spring 2010 STA 4322 – Intro. Statistics Theory (Sec. 7474) STA 5328 – Fnd. Statistical Theory (Sec. 7482) Tuesday 4, Thursday 4/5 @ Griffin/Floyd 100 Instructor: Dr. Larry Winner Office: 228 Griffin/Floyd E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (352) 273-2995 Web Page: www.stat.ufl.edu/~winner/ Textbook Information: MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS WITH APPLICATIONS Authors: WACKERLY, MENDENHALL, AND SCHEAFFER Publisher: DUXBURY Edition: 7TH ISBN: 9780495110811 Course Description: This course is a second semester course in Mathematical Statistics that extends the fundamentals of probability to cover topics in statistical inference. Tentative List of Topics include: Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem (Chapter 7) o Sampling Distributions Related to the Normal (7.2) o Central Limit Theorem and Proof (7.3-7.4) o Normal Approximation to the Binomial (7.5) Estimation (Chapter 8) o Point Estimators – Bias and Mean Square Error (8.2) o Common Unbiased Estimators (8.3) o Evaluating Quality of Estimators (8.4) o Confidence Intervals (8.5) o Large-Sample CI’s (8.6) o Sample Size Determination (8.7)
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