Take MTH-0994 or MTH-0940 or MTH-0970
MTH-2300 is now MTH-1015. In this introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics,
students learn aboutpresentation of data, measures of centraltendency and dispersion,
the binomial and normalprobability distributions, sampling techniques,correlation and
regression, and hypothesis testing(z-test, t-test, chi-squared). Examples are selected
from education, business, and the social and natural sciences. This course satisfies the
General Education Mathematics requirement.
Course Meeting Information
This is a fully web based course. We do not meet in person or have any online lectures.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Recognize simple, compound, and complimentary events and assess their
Select the correct model and construct the regression line to describe a linear
relationship between two quantities.
Describe the center, variation, and outliers in a data set using the median,
quartiles, mean, standard deviation, and z-score.
Solve problems involving the normal distribution.
Construct a confidence interval to estimate a population mean or proportion and
interpret the results.