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Sir Francis Galton believed the normal distribution, the bell curve, "would have been personified by the Greeks and deified, if they had known it." Frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, binomial and normal distributions, estimation and tests of hypotheses, introduction to linear regression and correlation.

Credits:  3


  • MATH 116 (with a min grade of C-)
  •   OR  MATH 110 (with a min grade of C-)
  •   OR  MATH 121 (with a min grade of C-)
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    Course Notes:

    Math courses higher than 121 satisfy the prerequisite.