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Industrial. MATH2020 Applied Statistics

BSAD2020 Business Statistics

Syllabus

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Goals

1.

This course enables the student to develop the knowledge to describe statistical data and the techniques used to make generalizations based on statistical data, and demonstrate the role of statistics in business, the natural and social sciences, nursing, education, and a variety of other fields.

Competencies

I.---Descriptive Statistics and Probability

1.

Apply statistical software for statistical applications.

2.

Organize qualitative data using tabular techniques.

3.

Organize quantitative data using tabular techniques.

4.

Generate charts for qualitative data.

5.

Generate charts for quantitative data.

6.

Interpret quantitative data using numerical processes.

7.

Determine the probability of a given event.

II.---Probability Distributions

1.

Determine the probability distribution for a given experiment.

2.

Determine probabilities for a discrete distribution.

3.

Evaluate descriptive statistics for a discrete distribution.

4.

Determine probabilities for a continuous distribution.

5.

Evaluate descriptive statistics for a continuous distribution.

6.

Analyze characteristics of the sampling distribution of sample means.

7.

Analyze characteristics of the sampling distribution of sample proportions.

III.---Inferential Statistics

1.

Construct confidence intervals from a sample mean.

2.

Construction confidence intervals from a sample proportion.

3.

Test the hypotheses for a sample mean.

4.

Test the hypotheses for a sample proportion.

5.

Analyze application problems using the chi-square distribution.

6.

Evaluate the regression analysis between two variables.


Textbooks

Anderson, Sweeney, and Williams;Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics

6th Revised edition,South-Western,2012,

The new edition has a dual ISBN listing, either one should yield the correct text

ISBN-10: 1-111-53385-7

ISBN-13: 978-1-111-53385-4

Required.

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Supplies

1.Scientific Calculator. Required.Statistical functions may be helpful but not needed.

Grading Rationale

Grading Information : Percentage grade will be computed based on exams, labs, and other homework. The precise method of evaluation will be dependent upon instructor and delivery method. i.e. day-class lecture, night-class lecture, web-based, arranged

Grading Scale (R): Percentage grade and equivalent letter grade

97% to 100% A+77% to 79% C+

90% to 96%A70% to 76% C

87% to 89%B+67% to 69% D+

80% to 86%B60% to 66% D

Below 60%F

Guidelines and Information

CCC-Special ServicesAny student with a disability has a right to request accommodations. It is the student's responsibility to contact the Student Services office; a student services representative will recommend appropriate accommodations to the course instructor and his/her supervisor. The instructor and supervisor will identify with the student which accommodations will be arranged.

CCC-EquityThe instructor and students will act with integrity and strive to engage in equitable verbal and nonverbal behavior with respect to differences arising from age, sex, race, color, national origin, handicapping conditions, and religion.

CCC-Cell PhonesThere are to be no active cell phones during class time as they are a disturbance to others and disrupt any activities that may be occurring. If a situation occurs that a student may need to be in contact with others, such as family emergency, the instructor must be notified prior to accepting any calls.

CCC-Computer User GuidelinesIn order to support the activities for this course, Central Community College provides access to computers for students. The College established 'Computer Use Guidelines'. The computer Use Guidelines are posted on the College web page at http://www.cccneb.edu. From the home page access student services and the helpdesk page.

Academic Honesty 3Academic honesty is a core principle of learning and scholarship. When you violate this principle, you cheat yourself of the confidence that comes from knowing you have mastered the targeted skills and knowledge. You also hurt all members of the learning community by falsely presenting yourself as having command of competencies with which you are credited, thus degrading the credibility of the college, the program, and your fellow learners who hold the same credential. All members of the learning community share an interest in protecting the value, integrity, and credibility of the outcomes of this learning experience. We also have the responsibility to censor behaviors that interfere with this effort. The following behaviors will be subject to disciplinary action: Plagiarism - presenting someone else's words, ideas, or data as your own work. Fabrication - using invented information or the falsifying research or other findings. Cheating - misleading others to believe you have mastered competencies or other learning outcomes that you have not mastered. Examples include, but are not limited to: 1. Copying from another learner's work 2. Allowing another learner to copy from your work 3. Using resource materials or information to complete an assessment without permission from your instructor 4. Collaborating on an assessment (graded assignment or test) without permission from the instructor 6. Taking a test for someone else or permitting someone else to take a test for you Academic Misconduct - other academically dishonest acts such as tampering with grades, taking part in obtaining or distributing any part of an assessment, or selling or buying products such as papers, research, projects or other artifacts that document achievement of learning outcomes.

CCC-General InformationAll College policies and procedures identified in the student handbook will be adhered to for this course. College policies and procedures include, but are not limited to, conditions for dropping or withdrawing from a class, student academic honesty, etc. A copy of the student handbook is available upon request from the Student Services office on each campus.

Course Content:

Descriptive Statistics and Probability

Chapter1:Data and Statistics

Chapter2:Descriptive Statistics: Tabular andGraphical Presentation

Chapter3:Descriptive Statistics: NumericalMeasures

Chapter4:Introduction to Probability

Probability Distributions

Chapter5:Discrete Probability Distributions

Chapter6:Continuous Probability Distributions

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Chapter7:Sampling and Sampling Distributions

Inferential Statistics

Chapter8:Interval Estimation

Chapter9:HypothesisTests

Chapter 11:Tests ofGoodness of Fit and Independence

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Chapter 12:LinearRegression and Correlation

I.P R E R E Q U I S I T E S

A good quality Algebra II duringhigh school or a college course at the level of Intermediate Algebra (Math 114)will provide you with the needed problem solving skills.


II.G R A D E DM A T E R I A LA N DG R A D E S

Expectto Think and Evaluate, not just regurgitate!!!

Each chapter section will have a problem assignmentto be completed:Practice problemassignments and Hand-In problem assignments.The appendices of the textbook contains answers to thepractice problems.Student groupswho work together on practice assignments may find that team study isbeneficial to all students of the team.Practice problems will NOT be graded.

When assigned the hand-in problems of asection assignment will be graded. The average of all graded homework during thesemester will be equivalent to one test grade in determining your final coursegrade. A due date will beannounced for each homework assignment and the assignment must be handed in atbeginning of class on the given date.Late homework will be penalizedper the Homework Requirements handout.

The hand-in assignment will not provide enoughpractice to be able to remember a concept and be able to demonstrate thatconcept accurately on a test.GradedHomework should be an individual project rather than a team effort.Students who cover their lack ofunderstanding by depending too much on others may fail tests and eventuallyfail the course.

Graded homework provides a student with feedback regarding how well theyare understanding and performing the concepts of a chapter plus utilization ofproper notation and work shown.

There will be computer lab projectsassigned.We will be using the Excelspreadsheet for Windows software.Each project will be evaluated and collectively they will be equivalentto 1 test.Due dates for computerprojects will generally precede the test which covers the concepts in theproject.These computer activitieswill give you some experience in working with computer software, which is apowerful tool to handle the number crunching and data analysis for applicationproblems.

Tests will be announced in advance and will beabout 50 minutes in length.Eachtest will be normalized to 100 pts.These tests should be taken during the scheduled period unless prior arrangements aremade.As soon as you know that youwill be absent on a test date, please notify the instructor.

There isno provision for make-up tests or re-tests.

Graded test will usually be available by the nextclass session, thus if you miss thescheduled test you must contact the instructor prior to the next scheduledclass session else receive a zero on the exam.

Formulasheets are provided with each test.

Test 1:Chapters1 & 2 100points

Test 2: Chapters3 & 4100points

Test 3: Chapters5 & 6100points

Test 4: Chapters7, 8100points

Test 5:Chapters9, 11, 12100points

Homework 100points

Computer Project(s)100points

TOTAL POINTSPOSSIBLE ----- 700

Your final letter grade is determined by dividing yourtotal points earned by the 700 total possible points. Letter grade isdetermined by scale listed earlier.


V.P H I L O S O P H YO NP U R P O S EOFG R A D E S

Gradesare determined by the level of mastery of the subject that you have demonstrated.Grades do not measure your abilityto learn.Grades do notmeasure how much effort has been applied.Grades do not reflect information about exterior reasons fora student's performance.But keepin mind that mastery is hardest to achieve when attendance is poor, study isnot regular, practice exercises are not done regularly, nor completely.

Manythings impact a grade:personalhealth, family health, work, family obligations, social life, math background,effort, priorities, college activities, etc.

Thisis college, I expect you to be responsible for your actions, good or not sogood.

Math/Science Center--Room 411 ( faculty Pod )

Math faculty schedule office hours so that they areavailable to help students.Student tutors in math are employed by the college in an effort toexpand upon the hours per week during which help with mathematics isavailable.

Linear Relations And Functions

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Unit 3: Linear Relations

Date
In Class Activities

1

Review: Linear Relationships
Handouts

2

Review: Linear Relations

Math Spell Bee to explore 'The Line'
Lesson
Activity
Activity


3

Relax Day


Watched Video




y = mx + b
b for y intercept

Workbook p.39-42

Tue Mar 25
The Line
y = mx + b
b for y intercept

slope
y-int.






Quiz



Mon Mar 31
Slope Using Points
m = y2 - y1


Slope using Points Worksheet



Tue Apr 1

Graphing

Linear Relationships







11

Wed Apr 2
Thinking Assignment



Thu Apr 3

Standard Form
to

Lesson: Finding x and y intercepts to graph a line


Work period:

Di Palma Lesson

13

Fri Apr 4


Applications of the Line

Activities/Worksheets

14

Mon Apr 7

Review


16

Wed Apr 9


17


TIPS Day 1

18


TIPS Day 2

Extras Below Extras
Investigation

Questions on p.41-43 from Workbook
Worksheet

Worksheets

Graphing Calc

Graphing Calculator Activity
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