A course designed for students in all fields. Topics include organization of data, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, statistical inference, correlation along with some more advanced topics such as analysis of variance and simple/multiple regression. A graphing calculator is required for class, homework and testing. Classroom instruction and programs will be presented using a TI-84 Plus.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|MAT 100 Intermediate Algebra or MAT 100B Intermediate Algebra & Review or MAT 104 Foundations of Mathematics II or MAT 106 Math Applications with a minimum grade of C. Placement score information can be found on the ACT 335 document linked to the online course description.|