MATH 106

Statistical Reasoning

Prerequisite: Not open to students who have received credit for MATH 205. An introduction to concepts and methods of data analysis. Graphical and numerical description of data. Normal distributions, confidence intervals, significance tests, correlation and linear regression. Use of statistical reasoning in such areas as opinion polling, government surveys, health risk assessment, behavioral research. Students who have an interest in the sciences would usually be better served by MATH 205 as a statistics course. III.Q

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