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2021-2023 - Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2023 - Undergraduate Catalog
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MAT 117A - Applied Statistics with Co-requisite Support Credits: 4


A combination course providing corequisite algebraic support along with an introduction to the concepts and methods of statistics with illustrations from across the humanities and the social, behavioral, and biological sciences. Support topics include number sense, percentages and proportions, algebraic equations, graphing, and lines. Statistics topics include numerical and graphical descriptions of data, association between two variables, normal distribution, correlation and simple linear regression, and inference methods such as confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for one sample mean and one sample proportion, chi-squared test of independence, and ANOVA. Students will be utilizing technology for statistical analysis as a part of this course. Not open to students who have passed SCM 200 , MAT 117B , MAT 217 , or MAT 375 ; or with a Mathematics Placement Level of 3 or higher.

Prerequisite(s): Math placement level of 1
Category: Foundations - Q



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