Day Name  Date  Topic  Other 

Monday  1/17/5  1.1 Variables and levels of measurement  
Wednesday  1/19/5  Barefoot day: Determining your body fat  
Friday  1/21/5  1.2 Random samples  Quiz 1, End Add/Drop 
Monday  1/24/5  1.3 Experimental design  Class list due 
Wednesday  1/26/5  2.1 Bar and circle graphs using Excel  
Friday  1/28/5  2.2 Frequency distributions  Quiz 2 
Monday  1/31/5  3.1 Mode, Median, Mean  
Wednesday  2/2/5  3.2 Range and standard deviation  
Friday  2/4/5  Test One  
Monday  2/7/5  Review test one. 4.1 Intro to paired data  
Wednesday  2/9/5  4.2 Linear regression  
Friday  2/11/5  4.3 Linear correlation coef  Quiz 3 
Monday  2/14/5  Early warning  
Wednesday  2/16/5  5.1 Probability: Intuition and equally likely outcomes one die only  Quiz 4 
Friday  2/18/5  Staff development day  
Monday  2/21/5  6.1: Using relative frequency to calculate a mean (mean from distribution)  
Wednesday  2/23/5  Review mean from distribution HW. 6.1 Pennies in class: Making histogram is HW  
Friday  2/25/5  6.1 Introducing the shape of tomorrow: what we normally get  Quiz 5 
Monday  2/28/5  6.1 Mean from distribution  
Wednesday  3/2/5  6.1 StDev from distribution [Review for midterm?]  
Friday  3/4/5  Midex • Tires • xls • html • sxc  
Monday  3/7/5  Review midterm  
Wednesday  3/9/5  Penny probabilities • (sxc)  
Friday  3/11/5  7.1 Normal probability graphs  Quiz 6 • Middefs due 
Monday  3/14/5  7.1 Normal probability graphs [7.3 x to z to area]  
Wednesday  3/16/5  7.2 Standardization  
Friday  3/18/5  7.3 Areas under any normal curve  Quiz 7 
Monday  3/21/5  7.3 Areas under any normal curve  
Wednesday  3/23/5  Easter Recess  
Friday  3/25/5  Good Friday  
Monday  3/28/5  8.1 Sampling Distributions  
Wednesday  3/30/5  LDWWW  
Thursday  3/31/5  Rahn en Tiahk  
Friday  4/1/5  Founding Day  
Monday  4/4/5  9.1 Estimating ” with Large Samples  Course select 
Wednesday  4/6/5  9.2 Estimating ” small sample  
Friday  4/8/5  Quiz 8  
Monday  4/11/5  Review Test Two. 9.4 Sample size  
Wednesday  4/13/5  Worksheet: 9  10 Hypothesis testing via confidence intervals  
Friday  4/15/5  Test Two Quiz 9  
Monday  4/18/5  10.1 Hypothesis Testing  
Wednesday  4/20/5  10.2 Large sample tests for ”  
Friday  4/22/5  10.3 P values for large samples  Quiz 10 • (sxc) 
Monday  4/25/5  10.4 Small sample test for ”  
Wednesday  4/27/5  P values for small samples using Excel  
Friday  4/29/5  11.1 Inferences about paired diff  Quiz 11 • (xls) 
Monday  5/2/5  11.2 Inferences about two means (large samples)  
Wednesday  5/4/5  11.3 Inferences about two means (small samples)  
Friday  5/6/5 
Prior review quizzes:
s42q12 •
q12a •
xls •
s33r14 •
s41r33 •
s33r33 •
s31r33 • s23r33 

Monday  5/9/5  Review quiz.  
Tuesday  5/10/5  FSM Constitution Day  
Wednesday  5/11/5  Question & Answer  
Thursday  5/12/5  Last day of instruction.  
Monday  5/16/5  M10 Final at 10:05 • sxc • oos  
Tuesday  5/17/5  M09 Final at 8:00  
Wednesday  5/21/5  Graduation 
Course Description: A semester course designed as an introduction to the basic ideas of data presentation, descriptive statistics, linear regression, and inferential statistics including confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. Basic concepts are studied using applications from education, business, social science, and the natural sciences. The course incorporates the use of a computer spreadsheet package for both data analysis and presentation. The course is intended to be taught in a computer laboratory environment.