Instructor: Dr. Cornelius Stallmann (office: Allgood Hall N325, phone: 667-4482, e-mail: email@example.com)
Meeting Times and Location: MWF 11:00 - 11:50 AH E364
Office Hours: MW 9:00 - 9:50 am, TR 10:00 - 12:00, or by appointment
Required Materials: Elementary Statistics Using the TI-83/84 Graphing Calculator, Triola (ISBN 9780321693204)
Calculator (TI-84,TI-83,TI 84+, or TI-83+)
After completing the course you will have an understanding of statistics sufficient to present, interpret, and critically analyze data. You will be able to make informed decisions based on statistical information. You will be able to read and understand statistical information that appears in popular and scholarly articles and books.
What is required of the
You as a student will be required to read, listen, write, and above all work through exercises, problems, and projects. You will be required to present the results of your work in written and oral form.
Grades will be determined as follows:
Three tests - 15% each
Final Exam - 30%
Homework, Projects, Group Work - 25%
Attendance is expected at all class meetings. If you miss more than 3 class periods you are subject to being withdrawn from the class. Withdrawal for poor attendance prior to March 6 will result in a grade of W. Withdrawal for poor attendance after March 6 will result in a grade of WF. You are responsible for any work that you missed during an absence. Please come see me as soon as possible if you have missed a class or if you need to miss a future class.
The deadline for withdrawal with a grade of W is Wednesday, March 6 . Any withdrawal after that date will result in a WF. If you feel that you must withdraw please try to do so on or before March 6.
Test 1 - covers chapters 1-4 (Wednesday February 6)
Test 2 - covers chapters 5 and 6 (Friday, March 1)
Test 3 - covers chapters 7-11 (Friday, April 5)
Final Exam - Monday, May 6, 10:00 am - 12:00 noon
No in class work or homework assignments can be made up. If you must be absent when an assignment is due you can get credit for it only if it is submitted electronically or hand delivered before the time it is due. A make-up test may be given if an extreme situation makes it impossible for you to be there for the test. Examples of extreme situations include illnesses, accidents, or family emergencies. You must let me know as soon as you find out that you cannot make it to the test. In almost all cases this means that you will let me know before the time the test is scheduled. You must be willing to provide written evidence of the particular situation that requires you to miss the test.
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