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# MATH 101 Statistics

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Kalicki, Mrs. Burns, Mr. Yarbough, Mr.Garner

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### Statistics Flashcards

• Average Rating (from 4 Students)

4.5/5
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• Top Course Tags

Math-heavy

A Few Big Assignments

Background Knowledge Expected

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Dec 15, 2016
| Would highly recommend.

This class was tough.

Course Overview:

This course will teach you the fundamentals of actually working and preparing you for college.

Course highlights:

From this course i gained independence and management of time. It goes onto a higher level of math.

Hours per week:

0-2 hours

To student considering this course just take your time and be prepared to study and to really be focused.

• Fall 2016
• Mr.Garner
• Yes
• Math-heavy A Few Big Assignments Competitive Classmates
Nov 28, 2016
| Would recommend.

This class was tough.

Course Overview:

It makes you look at math through a different perspective.

Course highlights:

I've learned that a very very very small amount of American will complete a survey and mean the answers they put.

Hours per week:

3-5 hours

Read. Read. Read. Statistics isn't like other areas of math where a formula has to be plugged in. It requires you to properly read the question, it's almost like a second English class.

• Fall 2016
• Mr. Yarbough
• Background Knowledge Expected Always Do the Reading Requires Lots of Research
Aug 03, 2016
| Would highly recommend.

Not too easy. Not too difficult.

Course Overview:

This course started off hard but once I put dedication into it and got close to the teacher I actually learned a lot.

Course highlights:

I learned about the Unit Circle, how to find the limit of an angle, how to use the Unit Circle to find the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent of an angle and how to find an angle by using the Unit Circle.

Hours per week:

6-8 hours