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Probability and Statistics, Part A

Course Number: MATH X429.A

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4 units

Introductory course in probability and statistics that examines collecting, organizing and summarizing data in order to draw valid conclusions. Topics include exploring data, observing patterns and departures from patterns; deciding what data to use and how to measure it; interpreting correlation, regression and categorical data; random variables; anticipating patterns and producing models using probability theory and simulation. Participants use computer outputs to explore data distributions and relationships to design experiments. A Texas Instrument TI-83 or TI-84 Calculator is optional for the online course.

For teaching mathematics in middle and high school classrooms.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 2

174ECD007

Starting Apr 2
174ECD007

Course Fees

$545 Early Bird Discount ends on Mar 27
$595 after Mar 27

Instructor

Robin Levine-Wissing [ bio ]

close [x] Robin Ellen Levine-Wissing, M.A., Reading Specialist, is a reader and table leader for AP Statistics, and has been teaching AP Statistics since 1996. She is currently the Instructional Supervisor of Mathematics at Glenbrook North High School, and has been presenting one-day and one-week AP Statistics workshops all around the U.S since 2001. Ms. Levine-Wissing is a College Board-Endorsed Consultant.

Schedule:

Begins:
Apr 2 - May 13, 2018

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

This course uses MyMathLab.com. Typically one access code can be used for Probability and Statistics Part A and Part B. Expiration dates may vary. Special Refund Policy "A" applies.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"MyMathLab.com (access code and purchasing details to be noted on syllabus)"

ISBN:

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