Course Description

MATH.1105 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics (4)
Math 1105 introduces the math concepts of measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, frequency distributions, probability, sampling distributions and the central limit theorem, testing of hypotheses, analysis of variance, linear regression and correlation analysis. Prerequisite: Two years of high school algebra, MATH 0098, or placement by exam.

Course Outline - Introduction to Probability and Statistics [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 04

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000434 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 MN100B-123 Michael Wesselink
000447 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 - Michael Wesselink
  Notes: SD Education Campus at Brookings section
000436 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 PIPBIL-205A Michael Wesselink
000432 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 CLADCM-211 Michael Wesselink
000433 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 MAIN53-126A Michael Wesselink
000435 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 MAIN56-O-050 Michael Wesselink
000437 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 LVRNE-103 Michael Wesselink
000431 81 0 0 50 8am~8:50am MTWH 1/9/17~5/10/17 ONLINE-ONLINE Michael Wesselink
  Notes: Online w/ Max of 2 Face-to-Face Mtgs