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MAT* 167 - Principles of Statistics


Credit(s): 3
- On Campus and Online -

Prerequisite(s): Grade of D- or better in MAT* 137 MAT* 139 , or MAT* 184  or grade of C+ or better in MAT* 104  , or qualifying score on mathematics Placement Test.
This course addresses descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and probability. The descriptive methods include the concept of population versus sample, frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, and measures of dispersion. The inferential methods involve hypothesis testing, point and interval estimation, correlation and regression, and analysis of variance. Topics from probability include sample spaces, laws of probability, as well as discrete and continuous probability distributions. This course requires use of a graphing calculator with statistics capability. The course may require use of a computer-based statistics package.



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