# MTH/217Statistics I

MTH/217
General Education
Statistics I

Online

Format

\$1,194

Estimated Tuition

3 credits

Total credits

5 weeks

Course length

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In Statistics I, the first introductory statistics course, students define concepts from basic statistics, including variables, distribution, probability, parameters, sampling, central tendency measures, and hypothesis testing. The importance of generalization, estimation, and causation in statistics is discussed. Students synthesize course knowledge by conducting comparison and analysis of two proportions and two means.

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## Required materials

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### Statistical Methods

Demonstrate the comparison and analysis of two proportions and two means

### Confidence Intervals

Discuss the importance of generalization, estimation, and causation in statistics

### Sampling (Statistics)

Define concepts from basic statistics, including variables, distribution, probability, parameters, sampling, central tendency measures, and hypothesis testing

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