MATH 130 Beginning Statistics

Math 130, Beginning Statistics, is a basic statistics course where the student have the opportunity to learn and apply the basic skills for gathering, summarizing, graphing, and analyzing data sets. In addition, the course focuses on basic probability to include the counting, addition, and multiplication rules.  There is also a on focus on normal and binomial probability distributions.(MATH130 is a prerequisite for MATH370)

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Calculate measures of central tendency and variability

Create and assess normal probability distributions

Analyze and Summarize Data

Graph data

Apply Counting, Addition, and Counting rules

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