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Math Emporium Lab
Those enrolled in Section C2B (CRN 50128) must complete the Lab Modules as part of the Math Emporium Lab.  Lab Modules, worked via MyStatLab, close at 11:59 on the due-date.

  • Lab Module #1: Fractions, Decimal Values, and Percentages
    Topics Discussed:  May 27, 2021
    Lab Due:  June 10, 2021

  • Lab Module #2: Order of Operations and Algebraic Expressions
    Topics Discussed:  June 3, 2021
    Lab Due:  June 17, 2021

  • Lab Module #3: Inequalities and Interval Notation
    Topics Discussed:  June 17, 2021
    Lab Due:  July 1, 2021

  • Lab Module #4: Equations in Two Variables
    Topic Discussed:  July 1, 2021
    Lab Due:  July 12, 2021

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Written Assignments will be accessed and submitted via the Assignment/Exam Turn-in page on Blackboard.  These assignments must be scanned to PDF format and saved as a single file for submission. Those taking pictures of written work must use appropriate lighting and trim pictures to fit pages prior to saving in PDF format.

  • Box Plots and Stem Plots
    Available:  Friday, May 28, 2021
    Due:  Thursday, June 3, 2021

  • Basic Probability 
    Available:  Thursday, June 10, 2021
    Due:  Wednesday, June 16, 2021

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  • MyStatLab Assignments:  MyStatLab assignments are accessed, worked, and submitted within the MyStatLab environment. 

    Via MyStatLab, you may access the online assignments, the eBook (in Multimedia and HTML formats), and a variety of resources including videos, applets, PowerPoints corresponding to the textbook, additional practice exercises and practice quizzes in the Study Plan, practice tests for each chapter, calculator resources, the textbook data sets, the student solutions manual for the textbook exercises, and the textbook table/formula card.

    Below are the due dates/times for the MyStatLab assignments which must be completed prior to each examination.

    For Exam I - Tuesday, June 8, 2021 by 11:59 PM
    [Topics for these assignments are in Chapters 1, 2, and 3.]

    • An Introduction to Statistics and Variables

    • Samples

    • Frequency Distributions and Relative Frequency Distributions

    • Distributions, Bar Graphs, and Pie Charts

    • Bar Graphs

    • Histograms, Box Plots and Classifying Distributions

    • Dot Plots and Stem Plots

    • Five-Number Summary, Outliers, and Box Plot

    • Measures of Center

    • Measures of Spread

    • Mean, Standard Deviation, and Z-Scores

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    For Exam II - Thursday, June 24, 2021 by 11:59 PM
    [Topics for these assignments are in Chapters 5, 6, and 7.]

    • Basic Probability

    • Probability: Addition Rule and Complements

    • Probability: Independence and Multiplication Rule

    • Conditional Probability

    • Counting Techniques

    • Probability: Putting It All Together

    • Probability Distributions

    • Binomial Probability Distribution

    • Normal Distribution: Applications

    • Normal Approximation to Binomial Distribution

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    For Final Exam* - Monday, July 12, 2021 by 11:59 PM
    [Topics for these assignments are in Chapters 8,  9, 10, and 4.]

    • Sampling Distributions

    • Confidence Intervals

    • Hypothesis Testing: Error Types

    • Hypothesis Test for Population Mean

    • Hypothesis Test for Population Proportion

    • Linear Regression

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*NOTE:  The cumulative/comprehensive final exam will cover Chapters 1 - 10, inclusive.


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