STAT 117 Introduction to Statistics
Some Data Websites
Advice to Students
There will be written assignments as
well as assignments via
MyStatLab (i.e. MyLab Statistics).
If you have any questions about an assignment, it is important to ask
your questions so that you will be able to understand the assignment. By
asking your questions, you will help yourself to be able to do the
assignment correctly, using the appropriate format and designated
submission method as well as meet the assignment deadline.
Written assignments will be given during class. These assignments will
be related to topics discussed during class meetings.
It is your responsibility to complete assignments on time. Assignments
must be submitted in PDF format via
the assignment submission facility on Blackboard by the submission deadline.
Assignments must be submitted during the specified submission
period; late assignments will not be accepted and assignments will
not be accepted via email.
Assignments must be neatly written: illegible assignments
will earn zero (0) points. All pages of assignments must be submitted
using pictures, trimmed to fit the pages, and saved within one (1)
PDF file; your name must be written at
the top left-hand corner on the first page, and the file must be
named in the manner specified on the assignment submission facility.
Assignments submitted using picture format (for example, gif, jpeg,
jpg, or png) or multiple files will earn zero (0) points.
Student Information Sheet
Samples Due: 09/23/2022 at 5 PM
Frequency Distribution and Relative Frequency
Due: 10/06/2022, 5 PM
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MyStatLab assignments are accessed, worked, and submitted within
MyStatLab environment. Via MyStatLab, you may access the online
assignments, the eBook (in Multimedia and HTML formats), and a
variety of resources. MyStatLab assignments close at 11:59 PM on the
The assignments related to Exam I are due
on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
An Introduction to Statistics and Variables
Frequency Distributions and Relative Frequency
Distributions, Bar Graphs, and Pie Charts
Dot Plots and Stem Plots
Five-Number Summary, Outliers, and Box Plots
Histograms, Box Plots, and Classifying Distributions
Measures of Center
Measures of Spread
Mean, Standard Deviation, and Z-Scores
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The assignments related to Exam II are due on Monday, November 21, 2022.
Normal Distribution: Basics
Normal Distribution: Applications
Normal Approximation to Binomial Distribution
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The additional assignments related to the
cumulative/comprehensive Final Exam are due on Monday,
December 12, 2022.
Please remember that
your questions are important to me, that I want to help you to do
well in the course, and that there is no such thing as a