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XI. COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1 (Week 1)

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COURSE HOME

Course Introduction

CHAPTERS 1 & 2: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS

Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (Section

1.1)

Observational Studies versus Designed Experiments (

Section 1.2)

Organizing Qualitative Data (Section 2.1)

Organizing Quantitative Data: The Popular Displays

(Section 2.2)

MODULE 2 (Week 2)

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CHAPTERS 3 & 4: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

Measures of Central Tendency (Section 3.1)

Measures of Dispersion (Section 3.2)

Measures of Position and Outliers (Section 3.4)

The Five-Number Summary and Boxplots (Section 3.5)

Scatter Diagrams and Correlation (Section 4.1)

Least-Squares Regression (Section 4.2)

Diagnostics on the (LSRL) Least-Squares Regression

Line (Section 4.3)

EXAM 1

MODULE 3 (Week 3)

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CHAPTERS 5 & 6: GENERAL & DISCRETE PROBABILITY

Probability Rules (Section 5.1)

The Addition Rule and Compliments (Section 5.2)

Independence and the Multiplication Rule (Section 5

.3)

Conditional Probability and the General Multiplicat

ion Rule (Section 5.4)

Discrete Random Variables (Section 6.1)

The Binomial Probability Distribution (Section 6.2)

CHAPTERS 7 & 8: NORMAL PROBABILITY & SAMPLING DISTR

IBUTIONS

Properties of the Normal Distribution (Section 7.1)

Applications of the Normal Distribution (Section 7.

2)

Assessing Normality (Section 7.3)

Distribution of the Sample Mean (Section 8.1)

Distribution of the Sample Proportion (Section 8.2)

EXAM 2

MODULE 4 (Week 4)

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CHAPTERS 9 & 10: CONFIDENCE INTERVALS & HYPOTHESIS

TESTING

Estimating a Population Proportion (Section 9.1)

Estimating a Population Mean (Section 9.2)

The Language of Hypothesis Testing (Section 10.1)

Hypothesis Tests for a Population Proportion (Secti

on 10.2)

Hypothesis Tests for a Population Mean (Section 10.

3)

The Probability of a Type II Error and the Power of

the Test (Section 10.6)

MODULE 5 (Week 5)

:

CHAPTERS 11 & 12: INFERENCES ON TWO SAMPLES & CHI-S

QUARE PROCEDURES

Inference about Two Population Proportions (Section

11.1)

Inference about Two Means: Dependent Samples (Secti

on 11.2)

Inference about Two Means: Independent Samples (Sec

tion 11.3)

Goodness-of-Fit Test (Section 12.1)

Tests for Independence and the Homogeneity of Propo

rtions (Section 12.2)

MODULE 6 (Week 6)

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CHAPTER 14: INFERENCE ON THE LSRL

Testing the Significance of the Least-Squares Regre

ssion Model (Section 14.1)

EXAM 3

FINAL EXAM

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