Math 243  Statistics I
Welcome to Summer Term 2020!  I have an online class this term. All of the materials can be found in D2L.
We will be using a free online book and you can get the print version for around $20 through the bookstore. They will ship it to your house for free during Spring 2020 due to the coronavirus. We will be using a free online homework system called MyOpenMath and free software called GeoGebra.
If you are registered in my class or on the waitlist, check your MyPCC email for information.
Older materials:
Syllabus, Spring 2019 T/Th 9am
Syllabus, Spring 2019 T/Th 2pm
Accessible Word Version (2pm class)
Daily Class Agenda (This will be updated as we go through the term. Check here if you miss a day.)
Free Technology Needed: GeoGebra (Version 5 Download is recommended)
Syllabus, Spring 2019 T/Th 2pm
Accessible Word Version (2pm class)
Daily Class Agenda (This will be updated as we go through the term. Check here if you miss a day.)
Free Technology Needed: GeoGebra (Version 5 Download is recommended)
Chapter 
Resources 
Class Notes

Chapter 1
Intro to Stats and Categorical Variables 
Blank packets are posted in this column with solutions in case you miss a class or want to check my version of the notes.
1.11.2 Intro to Stats and Types of Variables 1.11.2 Blank Packet 1.31.5 Data Collection 1.31.5 Blank Packet 
Chapter 2
Descriptive Statistics 
Part 1: Shape, center and spread, and unusual features, 5number summaries and boxplots.
Part 2: Standard deviation, relating histograms to boxplots, and comparing distributions

2.1.22.2.5 Descriptive Statistics Part 1
2.1.22.2.5 Blank Packet Warmup Practice Problem Solution 2.2.2, 2.2.7 Descriptive Statistics Part 2  Standard Deviation and Symmetric Distributions (See videos to the left or above on a smallscreen) 2.2.2, 2.2.7 Blank Packet 
Section 3.1
Probability Sections 3.2 & 2.3 Categorical Data and Contingency Tables 
Midterm 1
Chapters 13.1 
See sample problems and solutions in D2L

Section 3.5
Discrete Random Variables 
Section 4.4
Binomial Distribution 
Section 4.1
The Normal Distribution 
Section 4.2
The Central Limit Theorem and Sampling Distributions for Means 
Midterm 2
3.2, 3.5, 4.4, 4.1, 4.2
3.2, 3.5, 4.4, 4.1, 4.2
Section 4.5
Sampling Distributions for Proportions 
Sections 5.15.2, 6.1
Confidence Intervals  Statistical Inference! 
Videos by Cara:
Other Videos: Why the 2016 election polls got it wrong 
8.18.2.6 and 2.11
Linear Regression 
Final Exam  Cumulative
About half or a little more on material after the 2nd midterm The rest on the main concepts from the midterms 
Check D2L for sample problems and solutions

Good Sources for More Videos:
Anywhere Math on YouTube
Statistics Learning Centre
Against All Odds Video Series
My Secret Math Tutor
Anywhere Math on YouTube
Statistics Learning Centre
Against All Odds Video Series
My Secret Math Tutor