Courses: Statistical Methods and Their Applications (MATHH203B01)

Spring 2011

An introduction to statistical methods used to analyze data in the natural and social sciences. It covers descriptive statistics, the binomial and normal distributions, expected value and variance, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, comparison of two samples, regression, and analysis of variance. A required computer lab, using R, is taught alongside this course.

Prerequisites: MATH 114 or placement at the level of MATH 115 or higher.

Fulfills: NA QU IIandQ Limit:20

Department

Mathematics (Web site)

Taught By

Lynne Butler

Location

Haverford, Kosh E309

Meeting Times

MW 12:30-2:00