College of Micronesia-FSM

Instructor: Dana Lee Ling

Day Name | Date | Topic | Other |
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Monday | 1/12/04 | 1.1 Populations and Samples | |

Wednesday | 1/14/04 | 1.2 Random Samples | |

Friday | 1/16/04 | 1.3 Graphs | Quiz 1, End Add/Drop |

Monday | 1/19/04 | 1.4 Histograms | Class list due |

Wednesday | 1/21/04 | 1.4 Relative Frequency | |

Friday | 1/23/04 | 2.1 Mode, Median, Mean | Quiz 2 |

Monday | 1/26/04 | 2.2 Range and Standard Deviations | |

Wednesday | 1/28/04 | ||

Friday | 1/30/04 | Test One | |

Monday | 2/02/04 | 3.1 Intro to paired data | Review test one |

Wednesday | 2/4/04 | 3.2 Linear regression | |

Friday | 2/6/04 | ||

Monday | 2/9/04 | 3.3 Linear correlation coef | Early warning |

Wednesday | 2/11/04 | 4.1 Probability: Intuition | |

Friday | 2/13/04 | 4.1 Probability: Equally likely outcomes | Quiz 3 |

Monday | 2/16/04 | 4.1 Independent equally likely rel freq | |

Wednesday | 2/18/04 | 4.2 Probability rules: Dependent events | |

Friday | 2/20/04 | Quiz 4 | |

Monday | 2/23/04 | 5.1 Probability Distributions | |

Wednesday | 2/25/04 | Midterm exam • Soln html • xls • (sxc) | |

Friday | 2/27/04 | Staff development day | |

Monday | 3/1/04 | Review midterm | |

Wednesday | 3/3/04 | Penny probabilities • (sxc) | |

Friday | 3/5/04 | 6.1 Normal probability graphs | WS q05 pennies • Middefs due |

Monday | 3/8/04 | 6.1 Normal probability graphs | |

Wednesday | 3/10/04 | 6.2 Standardization | |

Friday | 3/12/04 | 6.3 Areas under any normal curve | Quiz 7 |

Monday | 3/15/04 | 6.3 Areas under any normal curve | |

Wednesday | 3/17/04 | ||

Friday | 3/19/04 | Test 2 Fall03 • Sp03 • (sxc) • Fall02 • Sp02 | [Last Day Withdraw W] |

Monday | 3/22/04 | Review Test 2 | Course selection |

Wednesday | 3/24/04 | 7.1 Sampling Distributions | |

Friday | 3/26/04 | Quiz 8 | |

Monday | 3/29/04 | Course selection | |

Wednesday | 3/31/04 | Rahn en Tiahk | |

Thursday | 4/1/04 | Holiday: Founding Day | |

Friday | 4/2/04 | Holiday: Prepare for 4:44:44 4/4/4 | |

Monday | 4/5/04 | 8.1 Estimating µ with Large Samples | |

Wednesday | 4/7/04 | Spring Break! | |

Friday | 4/9/04 | Spring Break! | |

Monday | 4/12/04 | 9.1 Hypothesis Testing | |

Wednesday | 4/14/04 | 9.1 Hypothesis Testing | |

Friday | 4/16/04 | 9.2 Large sample tests for µ | Quiz 9 • (xls) • (sxc) |

Monday | 4/19/04 | 9.3 P values for large samples | |

Wednesday | 4/21/04 | 9.4 Small sample test for µ | |

Friday | 4/23/04 | P values for small samples using Excel | Quiz 10 |

Monday | 4/26/04 | 10.1 Inferences about paired diff | |

Wednesday | 4/28/04 | 10.2 Inferences about two means (large samples) | |

Friday | 4/30/04 | 10.3 Inferences about two means (small samples) |
Review Quiz Chap 1.4 •
Review Quiz Chap 3
Review Sp03 • Review Fa02 • |

Monday | 5/3/04 | ||

Wednesday | 5/5/04 | ||

Friday | 5/7/04 | Last Day | |

Monday | 5/3/04 | FSM Constitution Day | |

Tuesday | 5/11/04 | M10 Final at 8:00 | |

Thursday | 5/13/04 | M09 Final at 2:15 | |

Wednesday | 5/20/04 | Graduation |

**Required Textbook**: Understanding Basic Statistics 2nd, Brase and Brase.**Statistics office hours**: 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. Monday, Friday or walk-in any time.

Instructor: Dana Lee Ling.

Email: dleeling@comfsm.fm cc: dana@mail.fm

Web site: http://www.comfsm.fm/~dleeling/statistics/statistics.html

Home phone: 320-2962.**Attendance**: Seven absences results in withdrawal from the course. A late is one third of an absence. Thus any combination of absences and lates that adds to seven will result in withdrawal. For example, twenty-one lates would result in withdrawal.- No betelnut in class nor on campus except in the cultural huts.

No spitting over the balcony! - Quizzes are given every Friday that there is not a test. Quizzes and tests can occur on a Wednesday wherein Friday is a holiday.
**Grading policy**:

Homework is worth 1 to 3 points.

Quizzes are worth on the order of 5 to 10 points each.

Tests are worth on the order of 20 points.

The midterm is worth roughly 40 points.

The final is worth up to roughly 60 points.

The term as a whole will generate some 200 plus points.

Grading is based on the standard College policy: Obtain 90% of the points or more to obtain an A, 80% to 89% for a B, and so forth.

Points map to student learning outcomes via questions on publicly published quizzes, tests, and examinations wherein each question can be linked back to a course or program learning outcome. For further information refer to the student learning outcomes nexus:

http://www.comfsm.fm/~dleeling/department/nexus.html

and the statistics outline:

http://www.comfsm.fm/~dleeling/department/ms150.html**Academic Honesty Policy**: Cheating on an assignment, quiz, test, midterm, or final will result in a score of zero for that assignment, quiz, or examination. Due to our cramped quarters, the course operates by necessity on a system of personal integrity and honor.