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201-HTH-05

To represent various situations, drawing upon relevant concepts, laws and principles. To solve problems using a method proper to science. To apply techniques of experimentation or validation specific to science. 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 6. 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 7. 7.1 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS organize a nd group data, c onstruc t a frequ ency tabl e, find re lative an d cumul ative freq uency. present data graphically in a pie chart, stem and leaf diagram, bar graph or histogram. find mean, median and mode of given data. calculate and interpret variance and standard deviation. calculate and interpret quartiles, centiles, z-scores. PROBABILITY explain the mea ning of: outcom e; equally likely outco mes; event; samp le space. calculate probabilities and be able to explain the basic properties of a probability distribution. apply the rules of probability to calculate probabilities of compound events. calculate joint and marginal probabilities. calcula te condi tional p robabil ity. explain the difference between dependent and independent events. apply Bayes' theorem. PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS demonstrate an understand ing of the Funda mental Count ing Princip le. know the formulas for nPr and nCr and use them to solve problems. use the Binomial Theorem to expand (p+q)n where n is a positive integer. DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES explain the mea ning of: random variable; dis crete random var iable. recognize a discrete random variable and determine its probability distribution. be able to calcu late the mean (exp ected value) and standard d eviation of a ran dom variable. state and us e the properties of expected value an d variance. calculate probabilities and solve problems concerning linear combinations of random variables. explain the theoretical conditions und er which certain particular distrib utions may be used (binomial, Poisson, geometric, hypergeometric). calculate probabilities and know the expected values and variances for the above distributions. know the conditions under which a binomial distribution may be approximated by a Poisson. CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES explain the mea ning of: conti nuous rando m variable. define a density function and give its properties. use a given density function to calculate probabilities. define and ca lculate the expec ted value and va riance of a cont inuous rand om variable. explain the theoretical conditions under which the normal distribution may be used. use the table of values of the standard normal curve to find probabilities. explain how the shape of the normal curve changes as : and F are varied. approximate b inomial and Poisson distr ibutions b y a normal distri bution and know the condi tions under wh ich these app roximations c an be made. SAMPLING AND ESTIMATION explain the term s: parameter, st atistic, p opulation, s ample, random sample. explain what is meant by the sampling distribution of the mean. demonstrate an understand ing of the differen ce between the rand om variables and s2 and the parameters : and F 2 . state and use the properties of the sampling distribution of the mean for normal populations. demonstrate an understanding of the Central Limit Theorem. find confidence intervals to estimate a mean, both when F is known (optional) and when F is unknown (Student's t-distrib ution). HYPOTHESIS TESTS give the main steps in the test of a hypothesis: 7.1.1 formulation of null and alternate hypothesis; 7.1.2 calculation of appropriate statistic; 7.1.3 formulation of a criterion for decision; 7.1.4 application of criterion and conclusion. explain Type I and Type II errors. carry out hypothesis tests of the following types: 7.3.1 test for one population mean when F is known and when it is unknown; 7.3.2 test for the difference between two means (large samples and small samples) with equal standard deviations and with unequal standard deviations. 7.3.3 test for the difference between two means using paired samples; 7.3.4 test for one proportion and for two proportions. use the chi-sq uare statist ic to carry out h ypothesis tests for goodness of fit a nd for indepen dence. REGRESSION AND CORRELATION find the equation for the regression line for a set of data points. calculate the linear correlation coefficient for a set of data points and interpret the result.

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