Jan 16, 2021  
2019-2020 Catalog 
2019-2020 Catalog

MAT 201 Statistics

Prerequisite: MAT 136E  or MAT 136  with a grade of C- or higher or appropriate placement test score; eligibility for ENG 101  or permission of instructor
3 credits

TI graphing calculator required. Concepts of population and sample, basic experimental designs, introduction to data collection methods; organizing and describing data with graphical techniques and numerical methods; basic probability theory; discrete and continuous probability distribution; normal curves and applications; making inferences about populations (a) point estimates (b) interval estimates (c) hypothesis tests; relationships between two variables, (a) scatter plots (b) correlation (c) regression. Department exit assessment is required.