Stat100A-Syllabus W14

13 of the ucla student conduct code and will subject

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Unformatted text preview: that any disruption of a class due to the audible beeping or use of cell phones or pagers will be treated as a violation of Section 102.13 of the UCLA Student Conduct Code and will subject a student to sanctions up to and including suspension or dismissal. Cell phones and pagers must be turned off while in classes, libraries, or other quiet areas. Radios and other electronic devices are prohibited. • Computers must be disconnected and in your backpack during the lecture, unless otherwise indicated. Only a scientific or graphics calculator –not phone calculator- are allowed in lectures (although graphics calculators will not be allowed in exams). This is to prevent distraction and to help you keep more engaged in the class. Students in past classes found that those devices when not used by everyone in a pedagogical way for class purposes were not conducive to engagement in the class. You are encouraged to take notes. Please, ask during or after lecture and office hours if something is unclear. Do not distract your neighbor or other students. (102.16,102.01a, 102.13). • Use of computers, phone, or other electronic devices during the lecture period will affect your grade in the class, unless the instructor has specifically said you may use them. VII. TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE (Subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. Check the CCLE folder with textbook recommended reading.) Note: sections in the book are recommended reading to supplement the lectures. Many parts of those sections are not covered in this class, and I will point out in lecture specific parts that may be helpful. The topics will not necessarily appear in this order throughout the quarter. Consult the course web page, lecture folder, and the audio/video on a daily basis to stay current and prepared for the next day. • Sample Spaces, events, Axioms of Probability, simple prop. Ch 2(1- 4) • Conditional probability and Bayes theorem. Ch 3(1-3) • Independence. Rules of conditional probability. Ch 3(4,5) • Sample Spaces with equally likely outcomes. Ch 2(5)-some •...
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