MTH 119 Fundamental Statistics

This course provides a survey of statistical methods, with examples taken from sociology, psychology, education, and related fields.  A minimum background in mathematics is assumed. Topics include descriptive statistics, measure of central tendency and variability, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimation, correlation, regression sampling distributions, and hypothesis testing.  Prerequisite: Arithmetic Competency; and Introductory Algebra Competency or Intermediate Algebra Competency.  Forty-two class hours per semester.  Fall, Spring, Summer.

3 credits
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