# Math 1342 STATISTICS Course Syllabus

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2 Materials Needed: 1. MyMathLab Access Code: You must purchase an access code for MyMathLab. With MyMathLab, you will have access to an electronic version of the textbook. MyMathLab is an online homework/quiz system. You may purchase MyMathLab access code online, which will allow you to view electronic copy of the textbook. I will provide you with the course ID on the first day of class in order to get advantage of the 10 days free trial; the directions are posted on the course homepage to help you create an account in MyMathLab. MyMathLab: MyMathLab offers you a free trial period of 10 days to access the homework. So please sign up for the homework the first day of class. Make sure you buy the access code before the trial period expires. 2. Printed Textbook (optional): Elementary Statistics, Picturing the World, 5 th Edition, Ron Larson & Betsy Farber. ISBN: Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 1. Solve algebraic equations and inequalities involving linear and nonlinear expressions. 2. Examine and interpret the graphs of circles, polynomial functions, rational functions, basic functions, and their transformations. 3. Apply the basic knowledge of a function in order to simplify functions, combine functions, and solve application problems involving linear and nonlinear functions. 4. Perform basic matrix operations Learning outcomes Students will: 1.1 Demonstrate knowledge of statistical terms. 1.2 Understand the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics. 1.3 Identify types of data, measurement level of variables, and four basic sampling techniques. 2.1 Construct the relative frequency table from a given set of ungroup data. 2.2 Know and use the different graphs: histogram, frequency polygon, Ogives, Pareto, and pie to present data. 2.3 Compute the mean, median, mode, midrange, range, variance, and standard deviation. 2.4 Identify the various measures of position such as percentiles, deciles, and quartiles. 2.5 Find the total number of outcomes in a sequence of events using tree diagram and multiplication rule. 3.1 Understand the use of permutation and combination rules. 3.2 Determine sample spaces and find the probability of an event using classical probability. 3.3 Find the probability of compound events using addition and/or multiplication rules. 3.4 Find the conditional probability of an event 3.5 Construct a probability distribution for a random variable 3.6 Find the mean, variance, and expected value for a probability distribution function. 3.7 Find the mean, variance, and standard deviation for binomial distribution. 3.8 Identify the properties of the normal distribution.

3 3.9 Find a confidence interval for the mean when s is known or n > Determine the minimum sample size for finding a confidence interval for the mean Find a confidence interval for the mean when s is unknown and n < Find a confidence interval for proportion Determine the minimum sample size for finding a confidence interval for a proportion Find a confidence interval of variance and standard deviation. 4.1 Find the exact probability for X successes in n trial of a binomial experiment. 4.2 Find the area under the normal curve, given various z values. 4.3 Find probabilities for a normally distributed variable by transforming it into a standard normal variable. 4.4 Find specific data values for given percentages using the standard normal distribution. 4.5 Apply the central limit theorem to solve problems involving sample means. 4.6 Use the normal approximation to compute probabilities for a binomial variable. 5.1 Understand the definitions used in hypothesis testing. 5.2 State null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis. 5.3 Understand the terms: type I error and type II error, test criteria, level of significance, test statistic. 5.4 Find the critical values for the z-test, t-test, and c-test. 5.5 Test hypothesis for means (large and small sample), proportions, variance, and standard deviation. 5.6 Draw scatter plot for a set of ordered pairs. 5.7 Compute the correlation coefficient and the coefficient of determination. 5.8 Compute the equation of the regression line by using the least square method. 5.9 Test a distribution for goodness of fit using chi-square Test independence and homogeneity using chi-square Use the one-way ANOVA technique to determine if there is a significant difference among three or more means Determine the difference in means using the Scheffe or Tukey test if the null hypothesis is rejected in the ANOVA. HCC Course Withdrawal Policy Texas imposes penalties on students who drop courses excessively. Students are limited to no more than SIX total course withdrawals throughout their educational career at a Texas public college or university. To help students avoid having to drop/withdraw from any class, HCC has instituted an Early Alert process by which your professor will alert you and distance education (DE) counselors that you might fail a class because of excessive absences and/or poor academic performance. Contact your DE professor or a DE counselor to learn about what, if any, HCC interventions might be available to assist you online tutoring, child care, financial aid, job placement, etc. to stay in class and improve your academic performance. It is the student responsibility to withdraw from the class before the withdrawal deadline If you do not withdraw before the deadline, you will receive the grade that you have earned by the end of the semester. Zeros averaged in for required assignments/tests not submitted will lower your semester average significantly, most likely resulting in a failing grade ( F ). The final withdrawal deadline is at 4:30 PM, Friday, November 1, Remember to allow a 24-hour response time when communicating via or telephone with a DE professor and/or counselor. Requests received after the deadline will not be processed.

4 Note: (1) Students who repeat a course for a third or more times may soon face significant tuition/fee increases at HCC and other Texas public colleges and universities. Please ask your instructor / counselor about opportunities for tutoring / other assistance prior to considering course withdrawal or if you are not receiving passing grades. (2) INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Receiving a W in a course may affect the status of your student Visa. Once a W is given for the course, it will not be changed to an F because of the visa consideration. Please contact the International Student Office at if you have any questions about your visa status and other transfer issues. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT AS A MEMBER OF THE HCCS ACADEMIC COMMUNITY YOU ARE BOUNDED TO OBSERVE THE ACADEMIC HONESTY CODE (SE E THE HCCS STUDENT HANDBOOK) IN ALL YOUR SCHOOL WORK. Grading & Evaluation: Your grade will be determined based upon how many points that you accumulate from quizzes, web activity, homework, and exams. The approximate number of points is as follows: 1. Four major examinations each is a 100 points. All four exams will be online. 2. A comprehensive final (100 points).the final exam will be onsite at one of the testing centers. If you are out of town then you will have to provide me with the information of the nearest college testing center near you. 3. Homework Assignments and Quizzes via MyMathLab 100 points. Final average = {Exam 1 + Exam 2 + Exam 3 + Exam 4 (lowest exam grade) + HW Assignments and Quizzes + Final Exam} Divided by 5. No make -up exams will be given. If a student misses an exam then that will be his/her lowest exam. If a student misses a second exam,then that is a zero. The final course average will be used in the usual manner ( A ; B ; C ; D ; Below 60 F ). Final Examination: The final examination is departmental and consists of 33 multiple-choice problems. The problems cover all the material required in the course (the final is comprehensive). The dates for all the exams and the daily assignments will be posted on the Course Calendar on Eagle-Online. Where to get help Come see me during my office hours. Go to the Mathlab tutors. Watch a youtube Video; just type in the topic in the search engine!! Visit

6 Course Outline: Instructors may find it preferable to cover the course topics in the order listed below. However, the instructor may choose to organize topics in any order, but all material must be covered. APPROXIMATE TIME TEXT REFERENCE Unit I Introduction to Statistics Sections: (3 hours) This unit covers an introduction to statistics, descriptive and inferential statistics, variables and types of data, data collection, sampling techniques, and uses and misuses of statistics. A technology discussion is included. Unit 2 Descriptive Statistics Sections: (6 hours) This unit covers data in frequency distributions and tables, graphs of frequency polygons, histograms, ogives, pareto charts, and time series. Topics include measures of central tendency, measures of variation, and measures of position. Included in these topics are the math concepts of mean, median, mode, distribution shapes, range, variance, standard deviation, coefficient of variation, Chebyshev s theorem, z score, percentiles, deciles, quartiles, and outliers. Unit 3 - Probability Sections: (6 hours) This unit begins with the introduction to probability as a chance concept. The basic concepts of probability covered are probability experiments, sample spaces, the addition and multiplications rules, and conditional probabilities. Also, counting rules, permutations and combinations are discussed. Unit 4 Discrete Probability Distributions Sections: (4.5 hours) This unit gives an introduction to distribution theory and explains the concepts and applications of a probability distribution. Topics include mean and variance of discrete random variables and the binomial distribution. Unit 5 Normal Probability Distributions Sections: (4.5 hours) This unit begins with properties of a normal distribution. Topics include the standard normal distribution, application of the normal distribution, the central limit theorem, and normal approximation to the binomial distribution. Unit 6 Confidence Intervals Sections: (6 hours) This unit starts with an introduction to inferential statistics as related to estimation. Topics include confidence intervals for the mean (standard deviation of population known and n > 30), sample size, confidence intervals for mean (sigma unknown and n < 30), confidence intervals and sample size for proportions, and confidence intervals for variances and standard deviation. Unit 7 Hypothesis Testing Sections: (6 hours)

7 This unit begins with an introduction to the concepts involved with statistical hypothesis testing. Topics include steps in hypothesis testing of the z-test for mean and proportion, and the t-test for means using the traditional and p-value methods. A chi-squared test for variance and standard deviation is also included. Unit 8 - Correlation and Regression Sections: (4.5 hours) This unit begins with an introduction to variable relatedness. Topics include scatter plots, correlation, and regression. Unit 9 - Chi-Square Test and ANOVA Sections: (4.5 hours) This unit begins with an introduction to statistical tests for variance and goodness of fit. The unit includes ANOVA with the F distribution and multiple comparison procedures for one-way analysis of variance. Student Services The Distance Education Student Handbook contains policies and procedures unique to the DE student. Students should have reviewed the handbook as part of the mandatory orientation. It is the student's responsibility to be familiar with the handbook's contents. The handbook contains valuable information, answers, and resources, such as DE contacts, policies and procedures (how to drop, attendance requirements, etc.), student services (ADA, financial aid, degree planning, etc.), course information, testing procedures, technical support, and academic calendars. Refer to the DE Student Handbook by visiting this link: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Receiving a W in a course may affect the status of your student Visa. Once a W is given for the course, it will not be changed to an F because of the visa consideration. International Students are restricted to ONLY ONE online/distance education course each semester. Please contact the International Student Office at if you have any questions about your visa status and other course issues. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: "Any student with a documented disability (e.g. physical, learning, psychiatric, vision, hearing, etc) who needs to arrange reasonable accommodations must contact the appropriate HCC Disability Support Service (DSS) Counselor at the beginning of each semester. Faculty is authorized to provide only the accommodations requested by the Disability Support Services Office.

8 Students who are requesting accommodations must first contact the appropriate (most convenient) DSS Counseling office for assistance: Central: Northwest: Northeast: Southeast: Southwest: System: *Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Central *Students living outside of the HCC District service areas - Central After student accommodation letters have been approved by the DSS office and submitted to DE Counseling, students will receive a confirmation along with instructions regarding completion of the requested accommodation(s). DISTANCE EDUCATION ADVISING AND COUNSELING SERVICES: Advising can be accomplished by telephone at 713/ option # 4 or via at Confidential sessions with the distance education counselors will help students understand admissions, registration, entrance testing requirements, degree planning, transfer issues, and career counseling. HCC counselors also maintain a local referral base in order to provide appropriate referrals to students with personal or family issues that may require long-term solutions. NOTICE FOR STUDENTS WHO LIVE OUTSIDE OF HOUSTON: Students who live outside the Houston area and cannot take paper exams at one of our HCC testing locations MUST make arrangements for a proctor. Please see the DE Student Services webpage for information at the following URL: VIRTUAL CLASSROOM CONDUCT: As with on-campus classes, all students in HCC DE courses are required to follow all HCC Policies & Procedures, the Student Code of Conduct, the Student Handbook, and relevant sections of the Texas Education Code when interacting and communicating in a virtual classroom with faculty and fellow students. Students who violate these policies and guidelines will be subject to disciplinary action that could include denial of access to course-related , discussion groups, and chat rooms or being removed from the class. USE OF CAMERAS OR RECORDING DEVICES: Use of recording devices, including camera phones and tape recorders, is prohibited in classrooms, laboratories, faculty offices, and other locations where instruction, tutoring, or testing occurs. Students with disabilities who need to use a recording device as a reasonable accommodation should contact the Office for Students with Disabilities for information regarding reasonable accommodations.

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