MATH 119 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

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"Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write." - paraphrasing of H.G. Wells (British author) by a former president of the American Statistical Association.

"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." - Benjamin Disraeli (19c British Prime Minister).

 

WHAT NOW?

 

Class Resources

TEST-TAKING TIPS; REDUCING TEST ANXIETY: Test.html     Test.pdf (pdf file)

FREE MATH AND SCIENCE WORKSHOPS!  http://www.sdmesa.edu/STEMworkshops

CLASS GAMES, HANDOUTS

         STATISTICS HANDOUTS

Law of Large Numbers (LLN)

Binomial Distributions

Central Limit Theorem (CLT)

Correlation

(Feel free to modify, copy, and distribute these handouts. Produced with Mathematica and Microsoft Word with MathType.)

WEB SITES, BOOKS, RESOURCES

TUTORIALS and STATISTICAL CALCULATORS

(Make your own hints! Do your own stats!)

TUTORIALS and STATISTICAL CALCULATORS: https://stattrek.com

 

STATISTICAL CALCULATORS: http://www.tutor-homework.com/statistics_tables/statistics_tables.html

 

STATISTICAL TABLES:

http://www.hawkeslearning.com/documents/statdatasets/stat_tables.pdf

(from Hawkes learning)

https://home.ubalt.edu/ntsbarsh/business-stat/StatistialTables.pdf

(You can reproduce these if you retain attribution.)

 

R TUTORIALS

 

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Class Notes

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For attribution, simply mention my name and/or web URL somewhere if you are using huge chunks of the notes. I simply want due credit.

Notes for Test 1 (tentatively Lessons 1-10; this may change!):

Lessons 1-4

For fun: Polls! (last major revision: Spring 2009)

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

Lesson 7

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Notes for Test 2 :

Lessons 11-14  or  Landscape version

 

                  Lessons 15-18  or  Landscape version

Notes for Test 3:

Lessons 19-20  or  Landscape version

 

Lessons 21-23  or  Landscape version

Notes for Test 4:

Lessons 24-26  or  Landscape version

 

Lessons 27  or  Landscape version

 

Lessons 28-31  or  Landscape version

 

Lesson 32  or  Landscape version

Notes for the Final:

Lessons 33-34  or  Landscape version

Lessons 35-38  or  Landscape version

Lesson 39  or  Landscape version (Lesson 39 is optional; it will neither be on HW nor the Final)

Lessons 40-42  or  Landscape version

Lesson 43  or  Landscape version

 

Formula Sheets

Formula Sheet for Quiz 1

Formula Sheet for Quiz 2

Formula Sheet for Quiz 3

Formula Sheet for Quiz 4

Formula Sheet for Final

 

Homework Assignments

HW #1: Homework for Lessons 1-10  or  Landscape version

 

THERE WILL BE MORE!

 

 

Old Exams and Solutions (Fall 2019)

Quiz 1     Solutions or Landscape version     (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Lessons 1-10

Quiz 2     Solutions or Landscape version     (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Lessons 11-18

Quiz 3     Solutions or Landscape version     (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Lessons 19-23

Quiz 4     Solutions or Landscape version     (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Lessons 24-32

Final     Solutions or Landscape version     (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Lessons 33-43

Exams and solutions will be posted about a week after you take them.

 

Syllabus (Fall 2019): Syllabus

 

Instructor’s Schedule; Office Hours (Fall 2019): Poster.pdf

FALL 2019 CLASSES: You can pick up items in my office, MS215-P. I expect to be in on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, 1-4pm, starting Mon., Jan. 6 and ending Mon., Jan. 27, but excepting the King holiday on Mon., Jan. 20. You may want to email in advance just in case. You can also pick up items during the Spring 2020 term (office hours probably MW 6:30-7:45pm, TTh 5:30-6:45pm, just like for Fall 2019). Everything will be thrown away after the Spring 2020 semester.

Call my office phone at (619) 388-2396 if you have a hard time getting into the building. The front entrance is most likely to be open.

 

 

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My old 119 site with old notes, tests, and solutions. Yours may look very different!

 

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