MODULE 2: Chapter 1 - Introduction to Statistics & Displaying Distributions with Graphs
Presentation and Lecture Notes:
1. Introduction to Statistics & Graphical Presentations (59.3 MB – Voice-Over PowerPoint Presentation saved as a WMV Windows Media Audio/Video file) Note: The same presentation is also saved and posted in a handout format (as a PDF file) for those of you who wish to print and study from a paper copy. Both of these files are accessible from MODULES > MODULE 2 area of the course website.
1. Read Chapter 1 (pages 1 – 25) from your textbook.
Activities, Module-specific Assignments and Timeframe:
This module begins on Tuesday (Sept 2nd) and ends on Sunday (Sept ...view middle of the document...
The instructor will allow sometime for other students to answer the question/s before contributing. You can post your questions in MODULE 2 forum under the Discussion Forums. Complete Assignment #2. The assignments are posted in the ASSIGNMENTS area of the website. Even though the homework assignments are not to be turned in and graded, you are strongly encouraged to do them to understand the material and to prepare for quizzes and tests. A complete solution to this assignment will be posted on the course website under ASSIGNMENTS on Thursday (Sept 4th). You are encouraged to review the solutions and compare your work to the solution, ensuring that you understand the reasons the solutions appear as they do. You are also encouraged to post your comments and questions to the MODULE2 forum. Please respond to the postings of others when you can offer helpful insights. You should always work on the HW assignments, check your solutions, and ask questions you may have before taking the module quiz.
Take Quiz 1 online between Sept 4th and 7th. You have about 4 days to take this quiz. You have 20 minutes to complete this quiz, and it must be completed the first time it is launched. Multiple attempts are NOT allowed. Late quizzes are NOT accepted under any circumstances. The quiz score for a late quiz will be recorded as a zero. The scores will be recorded in the Gradebook. You can view your Gradebook through the left-hand navigation frame of the course website. After the due date, the quiz will no longer be available for you to take for a grade. However, after the closing date you will be given access to the quiz again and feedback on each question is provided.