Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College 2101 14th Street Cloquet, Minnesota 55720 Office: W217 Phone: 218-879-0840 Email: email@example.com Spring 2021 Class Schedule: 8- 8:50am MTWHF Calculus 2 Room 228 (zoom) 10-10:50am M W F College Algebra Room 228 (zoom) 11-11:50am MTWHF Calculus 1 Room 188 (zoom) 6- 8:45pm W Statistics Room 228 (zoom) Office Hours in Room W217: (zoom) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9-10am 10-11am 9-10am 10-11am 9-10am
Class materials will be online on D2L under Content. For easier recollection, you can find this course from this URL: math.fdltcc.edu
We are starting the semester with zoom classes and may continue using zoom through the semester. Install a zoom client on your computer with a microphone, speaker, and camera. There are zoom apps for iphone and android phones. Test zoom out between devices.
For zoom class sessions, login to D2L and note the zoom ID and password for zoom class meetings. These probably will not change for the course; I would let you know by email if there are changes.
Check your email daily! This is how I'll communicate with the entire class.
Some videos will be put online. You can check this one out to see how they play on your devices:
Make sure that you can view this. If you want to see closed captions (CC), they are in this video. Make sure that your video player can show CC if you want them.
Get to know your star ID and password for D2L and email, and check you email daily. Information will be online from D2L or on this website when you login to the course.
Introductory Statistics Online:Creative Commons Local PDF Local PDFs by section
You should not print out the textbook. It will not disappear. You can download the PDF for viewing on your own machine if this is handy for you. You will probably read some sections more carefully than others. Sections are referenced in the tentative scheule as needed.
Statistics textbooks vary in details; you will note differences if you look through other texts and references. We will use the conventions in this textbook. One weakness of this textbook is that the tables are difficult to use and, notably, difficult to print out in readable form. Here are some common tables in better form:
Standard Normal, Binomial, and T Tables
You may have a calculator already, but make sure that it is a scientific calculator which has the needed statistical functions. We will cover this in class.
I recommend, however, the calculator TI-30XS Multiview. This does what you need. Fancier calculators may be more difficult to use. The bookstore sells the TI-30XS Multiview for under $20 . Bring your calculator to class. You must have it for exams and quizzes, so bring it to class everyday and get familiar with it.
Do not play games, email, text, chat, surf, talk, etc. etc. on your PEDs. Turn these things off during class and put them away. PEDs and computers are not allowed for exams or quizzes.
Here are some online calculators, however, you may use for your homework.
Basic Statistics and Standard Normal Distribution Calculators
4 tests 4x100 = 400 1 final 200 10 homework 10x10 = 100 ----------------------- 700 total 90-100% A 80-90% B 70-80% C 60-70% D 0-60% F
This course addresses FDLTCC liberal education requirements (Competencies Across the Curriculum) in problem solving and technology. You should come to class everyday! This is the easy way to do well in any course, and it is especially true for math classes. There are exercises in the text for you to do, and these are usually answered at the end of each chapter. You will also get homework assignments on handouts, and you should complete then hand these in at the beginning of the next class. You homework grade is based on completing and turning in these homework handouts. You will also get sample exams which will be similar in length and content to the in-class exams. Let me know if there is are accommodations you need for the class.
Wed jan13 1 1.1 Basic Definitions and Concepts, 1.2 Overview, 1.3 Presentation of data, 2 1. descriptive statistics,displaying data H1 Wed jan20 2 2.2 central position, 2.3 variance H2 Wed jan27 3 2.4 relative position, 2.5 STD DEV and Chebyshev's theorem H3 T1 (D2L) Wed feb03 4 3.1 sample spaces 3.2 set theory H4 Wed feb10 5 3.3 conditional probability, 4.1 discrete random variables 4.2 probability distributions Class Exercise: PowerBall Class Exercise: Scratch H5 Wed feb17 6 4.3 binomial distr H6 T2 Wed feb24 7 5.1 continuous random variables, 5.2 standard normal distr H7 Wed mar03 8 5.3 computation: using std normal distr 5.4 tails of distr Wed mar10 9 Applications of normal distribution T3 Spring break Wed mar24 10 6.1 mean and std dev of the sample mean 6.2 sampling distr of sample mean H8 Wed mar31 11 7.1 large sample estimation 7.2 small sample estimation H9 Wed apr07 12 7.3 estimation of sample proportion 7.4 sample size considerations h10 T4 Wed apr14 13 8.1 hypotheses testing 8.2 large sample test for population mean 8.3 significance of a test h11 Wed apr21 14 Modeling using data h12 (see sample final: D2L >> content >> sample_tests) Wed apr28 15 Final Exam Review Final Exam (last day of an evening class) Wed may05 T1 Thu may06 T2 (Math2001 Final Exam 8-9:50am Room 228) (Math1010 Final Exam 10-11:50am Room 228) Fri may07 T3 (Math2001 Final Exam 11am-12:50pm Room 188) Mon may10 NC FDL memorial Day Tue may11 T4 Wed may12 NC Thu may13 NC Commencement Fri may14