Elementary Statistics and Probability
Student Learning Outcomes (what you should be able to demonstrate by the end of the course):
- Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables, graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data.
- Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory.
- Collect data, interpret, compose and defend conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analysis such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis.
|Session Title||Media Type||Status|
|Chap01 - Sampling & Data||Video|
|Chap02 - Descriptive Statistics||Video|
|Chap03 - Probability Statistics||Video|
|Chap04 - Discrete Random Variables||Video|
|Chap05 - Continuous Random Variables||Video|
|Chap06 - The Normal Distribution||Video|
|Chap07 - The Central Limit Theorem||Video|
|Chap08 - Confidence Intervals||Video|
|Chap09 - Hypothesis Testing, pt1||Video|
|Chap10 - Hypothesis Testing, pt2||Video|
|Chap11 - The Chi-Square Distribution||Video|
|Chap12 - Linear Regression & Correlation||Video|