A basic course designed for students in all fields. Topics include organization of data, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, statistical inference and correlation. This is a self-contained course, or with MAT 132, it is a course with greater depth and applications. 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.|