Wk  Day Name  Date  Topic  Events 

0  Friday  1/13/6  Prequiz  
1  Monday  1/16/6 
1.1 Variables and levels of measurement 1.2 Random samples 

Wednesday  1/18/6  Barefoot day: Determining your body fat  End Add/Drop  
Friday  1/20/6  1.3 Experimental design  Quiz 1 Class lists due 

2  Monday  1/23/6  2.1 Bar and circle graphs using Excel  
Wednesday  1/25/6  2.2 Intro to freq distributions: bins  
Friday  1/27/6  2.2 Frequency distributions  Quiz 2 2.2  
3  Monday  1/30/6  3.1 Mode, Median, Mean  Grad apps due 
Wednesday  2/1/6  3.2 Range and standard deviation  
Friday  2/3/6  Test One • answers  
4  Monday  2/6/6  Review test. Handed out answer sheet. [Covered 4.2, skipping correlation material in 4.1]  
Wednesday  2/8/6  4.1 Intro to paired data
[Covered 4.1 and 4.3] 

Friday  2/10/6  Quiz 3 4.2 • ans  
5  Monday  2/13/6  5.1 Probability: Intuition and equally likely outcomes: coins and dice  Early warning 
Wednesday  2/15/6  5.1 Equally likely outcomes: Sample space, complement, probability versus statistics  
Friday  2/17/6  Quiz 4 • ans  
6  Monday  2/20/6  6.1 Discrete versus continuous variables  
Wednesday  2/22/6  6.1b Probability distributions: mean from distribution, x*p(x)  
Friday  2/24/6  Staff development day  
7  Monday  2/27/6  Supplemental material from Triola: relative standing, zscores. Ordinary and unusual values.  
Wednesday  3/1/6  zscore homework, midterm questions answered.  
Friday  3/3/6  Midterm • answers • html • ods  
8  Monday  3/6/6  Review midterm  
Wednesday  3/8/6 
7.1 Normal distributions Introducing the shape we normally get: Pennies. HW: Mean ” from penny distribution. 

Friday  3/10/6  Review penny distribution. • Middefs due  Quiz 5 
Wk  Day Name  Date  Topic  Events 

9  Monday  3/13/6  7.2 Standard units and areas under normal curve  
Wednesday  3/15/6  7.3 Area for any x under normal curve  
Friday  3/17/6  Quiz 6  
10  Monday  3/20/6  
Wednesday  3/22/6  Ten leaf measure HW 8.1 Sampling Distributions. Review terms. 

Friday  3/24/6  Quiz 7. LDWWW  
11  Monday  3/27/6  8.1 homework  
Wednesday  3/29/6  8.3  
Friday  3/31/6  Culture day  
12  Monday  4/3/6  9.1 Estimating ” with Large Samples  Course select 
Wednesday  4/5/6  9.2 Estimating ” small sample  
Friday  4/7/6  Test Two  
13  Monday  4/10/6  Review Test Two. 9  10 Hypothesis testing via confidence intervals  
Wednesday  4/12/6  Easter recess  
Friday  4/14/6  Easter recess  
14  Monday  4/17/6  Confidence interval hypothesis testing  
Wednesday  4/19/6  10.1 Introduction to Hypothesis Testing  
Friday  4/21/6  Quiz 8: canceled due to Ashby funeral  
15  Monday  4/24/6  10.2, 4 Hypothesis tesing using tdistribution for ” provided n ≥ 5  
Wednesday  4/26/6  10.3 p values  
Friday  4/28/6  Quiz 8: Chap 9 & 10  
16  Monday  5/1/6  11.1 Test involving paired differences: barefoot day II. Actual: Quiz, Duke I  
Wednesday  5/3/6  11.2 Inferences about the difference of two means. Nixed. Did bodyfat, duke II  
Friday  5/5/6  Duke analysis plus body fat analysis on quiz Quiz 9  
17  Monday  5/8/6  11.3 Inferences about the difference of two means  
Wednesday  5/10/6  FSM Constitution Day  
Friday  5/12/6  Last day of instruction. Question & Answer  
18  Tuesday  5/16/6  M10 Final at 10:05 faraway rainbow • answers  
Wednesday  5/17/6  M09 Final at 8:00  
19  Wednesday  5/24/6  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.
Course Intentions
Statistics • Lee Ling • COMFSM