Intro. to Statistics - Math 1030 - TWTh 10-11:40am Room 228

Instructor: Ted Wetherbee

Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, Minnesota 55720

Office: W217
Phone: 218-879-0840

Office Hours in Room W217:
  Tuesday  Wednesday    Thursday
  9-10am   11:50am-1pm  9-10am

Course Website:

The schedule and most class materials will be online from this web site. You can also navigate from this simpler URL:

All current and past assignments are on the course website listed by date under the tentative schedule.

Internet services: Email and D2L Course Access

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Text (free): Introductory Statistics

Online (HTML,

Calculator: TI-30XS Multiview

These cost $17 in the FDLTCC bookstore. Other calculators have the same functionality--but not precisely the same way of functioning. Given that the textbook is free, get one of these specific models so that recipes and functions work the same for this class.


Grades are kept in D2L

4 Tests      4 x 100 = 400
1 Final                200
15 homework            100
                       700 total

90-100%   A
80-90%    B
70-80%    C
60-70%    D
0-60%     F

The Course

Tentative Schedule - Summer 2018

may29  1  tue 1. Intro to Statistics; 2. Descriptive Statistics: 2.1 Data  d1  h1
may30  2  wed 2.2 Mean; 2.3 Variance h2
may31  3  thu 2.4 Relative Position  h3

jun05  4  tue 3. Probability         h4
jun06  5  wed
jun07  6  thu Test 1                 Sample Test 1

jun12  7  tue 4. Discrete Random variables h5
jun13  8  wed
jun14  9  thu Test 2

jun19 10  tue 5. Continuous Random variables
jun20 11  wed
jun21 12  thu 6. Sampling Distributions

jun26 13  tue
jun27 14  wed Test 3
jun28 15  thu 7. Estimation

jul03 16  tue
jul04  H  wed Holiday
jul05 17  thu Test 4

jul10 18  tue 8. Testing Hypotheses
jul11 19  wed 
jul12 20  thu 9. 2-Sample Problems

jul17 21  tue 10. Correlation and Regression
jul18 22  wed 11. Chi-Square and F-Tests (1-way ANOVA)
jul19 T1  thu Final Exam

Plagiarism, or presenting the writing of another as your own (a.k.a. “copying”), results in an F for this course and is subject to any other disciplinary actions mandated by this institution and the Minnesota State system.

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