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MATH 117H - STATISTICS HONORS |

Prerequisites: GPA of 3.5 or permission of the instructor and MATH 030 Intermediate Algebra, or MATH 030R: Intermediate Algebra with Review or appropriate score on math placement test. This is an honors course combining the material in both Math 110 Statistics I and Math 111 Statistics II, as well as topics of Experimental Design. This course introduces the student to the methods and uses of statistical research. Topics include descriptive displays and analysis, classical probability, the normal distribution, the sampling distribution of the mean, inferences concerning means, critical values, and p-values (Statistics I). Other topics include description and analysis of bivariate data, regression and correlation, inferences in regression, chi-square procedures, inferences in two means and proportions, simple experimental design, analysis of variance, and optional non-parametric tests (Statistics II). Experimental Design topics include randomized block designs, two-way factorial experiments, repeated measures, relationship between ANOVA and regression, two-stage nested designs, and estimation based on nested sampling.
4.000 Credit hours 3.000 Lecture hours 2.000 Lab hours Levels: Academic Schedule Types: Lecture Science Tech Engineer Math Division Mathematics & Computer Science Department Course Attributes: Free Elective, General Education, Honors Option, Honors Course, Mathematics General Education, Math Elective Specific Progrms, Math Required Specific Progrms View Textbook Info |