**MATH 119 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS**

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**¥ CLASS & HOMEWORK SCHEDULE
(SPRING 2013)**

**WHEN THERE'S A
TEST:**

**BRING
A SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR AND YOUR HOMEWORK!**

**I
WILL PROVIDE THE NECESSARY [PARTS OF] TABLES FROM APPENDIX A, THOUGH THEY MIGHT
NOT HAVE SOME OF THE HINTS IN YOUR BOOKÕS TABLES**.

Tu (1/29; Day 1): Hello / Lessons 1, 2, 3: Notes 1.01 to
2.04: Ch.1, Sections 2-2 and 2-3. R Tutorial #1. (R will not be used on exams,
HW.) Read the syllabus.

Can do all HW
through 2-3.

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HISTOGRAM APPLET (SECTION 2-3): **

**How Bin (Class)
Widths Affect Histograms**

http://www.stat.sc.edu/~west/javahtml/Histogram.html

Th (1/31; Day 2): Lessons 4, 5 (part): Notes 2.05 to
3.06: Section 2-4, Start 3-2 (Part B).

Can do all HW
through Ch.2 and part of Section 3-2 (everything except #27 and My Problems).
Think about comparing mean and median. (Fail the cheater!)

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MINITAB ÒHANDOUTÓ**

http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119MINITAB.pdf

Tu (2/5; Day 3): Lessons 5, 6 (part): Notes 3.07 to
3.17: Section 3-2, Start 3-3 (through Part B).

Can do all HW
through 3-2.

Th (2/7; Day 4): Finish Lesson 6: Notes 3.18 to 3.29:
Finish Section 3-3. Look at "SOME CALCULATOR TIPS" under ÒOngoing
Class Announcements.Ó

Can do HW up through
3-3. Watch "Deal or No Deal" sometime! (YouTube); try to guess the
banker's offers.

FRIDAY (2/8): CENSUS; BIG DEADLINE
FOR ADD CODES, DROPPING WITHOUT A 'W', and REFUND DEADLINE.

Tu (2/12; Day 5): Lessons 7 and 8: Section 3-4 (this is two
lessons, because this used to be two sections in the old edition). Start Lesson
9: Section 4-2, up through Notes 4.06. Notes 3.30 to 3.34 and 4.01 to 4.06.
Bring the MINITAB handout.

Can do HW through
Chapter 3.

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LLN ÒHANDOUTÓ**

Law of Large Numbers
(Produced with *Mathematica* and *Microsoft
Word* with *MathType*.)

Th (2/14; Day 6): Finish Lessons 9, 10, 11: Sections
4-2, 4-3, and 4-4. Notes 4.07 through 4.20.

Can do HW through
4-4.

FRIDAY (2/15) THROUGH MONDAY
(2/18): NO CLASSES

Tu (2/19; Day 7): Lesson 12: Section 4-5 and 4-Extra
notes. Notes 4.21 to 4.24 / Games (Monty Hall) / Extra Credit

Can do all of HW #1.

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SEE GAMES / HANDOUTS**

http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119GamesHandouts.html

Th (2/21; Day 8): Games and Puzzles (HHH vs. HTH; which
is more likely to come first?) / Bring Extra Credit / HW questions. Bring your
book, your answers to the evens, and the old test.

Can do all of HW #1.

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SEE GAMES / HANDOUTS**

http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119GamesHandouts.html

Tu (2/26; Day 9): A few HW questions, **QUIZ #1**

Reminder: **Bring
HW, scientific calculator**. You can leave class when you're done. On the
test, I'll ask you if you can print the solutions from the website later on.

Th (2/28; Day 10): Section 4-6: Notes 4.25 to 4.33.
Watch "Deal or No Deal" sometime on http://www.youtube.com
; try to guess the banker's offers. Bring your book from now on, and make sure
you know how to use your scientific calculator.

Can do HW #2 up
through 4-6.

**Bring the book
starting next time so that we can use the tables; Table A-1 is not in the pull-outs**.

MONDAY (3/4): DEADLINE FOR PASS /
NO PASS PETITIONS

Tu (3/5; Day 11): Section 5-2 and most of 5-3 (through
Part B): Notes 5.01 to 5.10. Think about it: How can you get two questions
right out of five (try to list the possibilities)?

Can do HW #2 up
through 5-2.

**Bring the book
from now on so that we can use the tables; Table A-1 is not in the pull-outs**.

Th (3/7; Day 12): Finish Section 5-3 and Section 5-4;
Chapter 5 comments: Notes 5.11 to 5.21. Think about it: How can you get two
questions right out of five, and why does the binomial probability formula make
sense? Relate all this to the Monty Hall problem. PascalÕs Triangle and *Plinko*; see web links: http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119GamesHandouts.html.

Can
do all of HW #2.

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BINOMIAL HISTOGRAMS ÒHANDOUTÓ**

Binomial Distributions
(Produced with *Mathematica* and *Microsoft
Word* with *MathType*.)

Tu (3/12; Day 13): Reviewing ideas; fair payoffs in Roulette;
more game shows (*Deal or No Deal* and *LetÕs Make a Deal*); see web
links: http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119GamesHandouts.html
for more. The computer tutorials will be very helpful! Bring questions and your
book for next time.

Can do all of HW #2.

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MONTY HALL ANALYSIS!**

http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119MontyHallAnalysis.pdf
(for Section 5-3 on binomial probability distributions; results from several
semesters through Spring 2006)

Th (3/14; Day 14): Start Section 6-2 (parts ABC): Notes
6.01 to 6.05 (top), Questions. Bring your book, your answers to the evens, and
the old test. You canÕt do much on HW #3 for now.

Tu (3/19; Day 15): A few HW questions, **QUIZ #2 ON
SECTION 4-6, CHAPTER 5**

Reminder: **Bring
HW, scientific calculator**. I will provide relevant parts of Table A-1 on
some Binomial Distributions.

You can't do much on
the new HW as of now, unless you read ahead.

Th (3/21; Day 16): Finish Section 6-2, Section 6-3,
Start Section 6-5 (which absorbs 6-4): Notes 6.05 to 6.14. Can do HW through
6-3.

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CLT ÒHANDOUTÓ**

Central Limit Theorem
(Produced with *Mathematica* and *Microsoft
Word* with *MathType*.)

SPRING BREAK: NO CLASSES!

Tu (4/2; Day 17): (Section 6-4 is absorbed into 6-5),
More Section 6-5: Notes 6.15 to 6.20. Can do HW through 6-5. I may have some
time for questions next time.

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CLT ÒHANDOUTÓ**

Central Limit Theorem
(Produced with *Mathematica* and *Microsoft
Word* with *MathType*.)

**¥ CLT
APPLET (SECTIONS 6-4/6-5)**

http://www.stat.sc.edu/~west/javahtml/CLT.html

Fancier: http://onlinestatbook.com/stat_sim/sampling_dist/index.html

Th (4/4; Day 18): Section 6-6: Notes 6.21 to 6.25. Notes:
Why Does the Normal Approximation Work? Can do all of HW #3. Questions? Bring
questions and your book for next time.

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BINOMIAL HISTOGRAMS ÒHANDOUTÓ from before**

Binomial Distributions
(Produced with *Mathematica* and *Microsoft
Word* with *MathType*.)

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NORMAL APPROXIMATIONS TO BINOMIALS: APPLET**

New: http://onlinestatbook.com/stat_sim/normal_approx/index.html

Older: http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~lane/stat_sim/binom_demo.html

Tu (4/9; Day 19): Notes 7.01 to 7.06 (half); Start
Section 7-3 blended with 7-2 (Parts A-D). Can do all of HW #3. CanÕt do too much
on HW #4 yet. Questions. Bring your book, your answers to the evens, and the
old test.

Play with the CI
applet: http://www.stat.sc.edu/~west/javahtml/ConfidenceInterval.html.

Article on bad
Senate race call in 1996: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance/course/Syllabi/96Dartmouth/exitpoll.html

Th (4/11; Day 20): A few HW questions, **QUIZ #3 ON CHAPTER
6**

Reminder: **Bring
HW, scientific calculator**. I will provide relevant parts of Table A-2 on
the Standard Normal (*z*) Distribution.

FRIDAY (4/12): ÔWÕ DEADLINE (IF YOU
STAY IN, YOU GET A GRADE!)

Tu (4/16; Day 21): Notes 7.06 (half) to 7.13: Finish
Lesson 21, which combines 7-3 and part of 7-2 and start Lesson 22 (Parts A and
B). Can do HW on 7-3.

Th (4/18; Day 22): Notes 7.14 to 7.20: Finish Lesson 22
on 7-4, Lesson 23 on the rest of 7-2. Can do all Ch.7 HW except 7-5.

Tu (4/23; Day 23): Lesson 24 on 7-5; Polls! Can do all
HW #4. Bring questions and your book for next time.

**Articles on
Polls:** Click here

Th (4/25; Day 24): Notes 8.01 to 8.04: Start Lesson 25.
Start 8-2 (part A); Questions. Bring your book, your answers to the evens, and
the old test. Can do HW on 8-2.

Tu (4/30; Day 25): A few HW questions, **QUIZ #4 ON
CHAPTER 7**

Reminder: **Bring
HW, scientific calculator**. I will provide relevant parts of Tables A-2
through A-4 on the *z*, *t*, and chi-square tables.

Th (5/2; Day 26): Finish Lesson 25 and do Lesson 26:
Finish Section 8-2, Do Section 8-4: Notes 8.05 to 8.11. Can do HW for 8-2 and
8-4.

Tu (5/7; Day 27): Lessons 27 and 28: Sections 8-5 and
8-3: Notes 8.12 to 8.18. Can do Ch.8 HW, except for Section 8-6.

Th (5/9; Day 28):

Lesson 29: Section
8-6: Notes 8.19 to 8.21.

Lesson 29.5: Chapter
9 (Section 9-4 on Dependent Samples and Matched Pairs is the only section from
this Chapter that is fair for the Final).

(Discuss SimpsonÕs
paradox and *Jeopardy* game theory. See: http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math119GamesHandouts.html)

Tu (5/14; Day 29):

Lesson 30: Section
11-2: Notes 11.01 to 11.03.

Lesson 31: Section
11-3: Notes 11.04 to 11.07.

Bring questions and
your book for next time.

Th (5/16; Day 30):

Lessons 32, 33, 34:
Sections 10-2, 10-3, and 10-4: Notes 10.01 to 10.05.

Get the *r*
handout (given in class).

A discussion on
regression to the mean? Final words and issues. Bring your book and questions,
for today and next time.

**CORRELATION
HANDOUT: **http://www.kkuniyuk.com/M119CorrelationHandout.pdf

**WIKIPEDIA
LINKS: **http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Correlation
É http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coefficient_of_determination
É http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regression_to_the_mean

Tu (5/21; Day 31): Wrapping up. Bring questions, your
book, and the old final.

Th (5/23; Day 32): **FINAL**

Reminder: **Bring
HW (you may want to photocopy it if you donÕt see me later) and a scientific
calculator (the math department is running out!)**. I will provide relevant
parts of Tables A-2 through A-4 on the *z*, *t*, and chi-square
tables.

No time for
questions right before the final!

Have a great break!
Keep checking the website.

END OF SEMESTER: SATURDAY, 5/25

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