This site contains information for students taking Math 225 in the Spring 2001 semester. Lectures are given by Professor Bret Larget while lab sections are taught by Professor Dan Barbush, Professor John Kern, and graduate teaching assistants Meghan McCarthy, Leo Rebholz, and John Sklarsky. Current students may find course notes from previous semesters to be useful.

Course Syllabus | Computer Lab Schedule and Assignments |
Data sets |

Lecture Highlights | Supplementary Notes | Course Info Instructions |

Direct link to Course Info | Beetle Page | Some probability problems |

t Table (pdf format) | Normal Table (pdf format) | Tentative Course Schedule |

Cuckoo Page | Mr. T Test | Millipede Page |

Riley Page | Multiple Regression Page | |

A practice Midterm 1 (pdf format) | Answers to practice Midterm 1 | Equation Sheet for Midterm 1 (pdf format) |

A practice Midterm 2 (pdf format) | Answers to practice Midterm 2 | Equation Sheet for Midterm 2 (pdf format) |

Solutions to Midterm 1 (pdf format) | Solutions to Midterm 2 (pdf format) | Final Review Problems and Concepts (solutions now available) |

Seating for Final Exam | Equation Sheet for Final Exam (pdf format) |

- HARVEST Trial Data
- Cereal Data (modified from the version at StatLib)
- Nasal Strip Data
- Launcher Data
- Flea Beetles Data
- New Mexico Nursing Home Data
- Exercise 13.13 Data

Monday | Wednesday | Topic | Assignment | Form |
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January 8 | January 10 | Introduction | Introduction | no answer sheet |

January 8 | January 17 | Exploratory Data Analysis I: Histograms, Means, and Medians | Assignment 1 | answer sheet |

January 22 | January 24 | Exploratory Data Analysis II: Quartiles, Boxplots, and Standard Deviation | Assignment 2 | answer sheet |

January 29 | January 31 | Probability | Assignment 3 | answer sheet |

February 5 | February 7 | Binomial Distributions | Assignment 4 | answer sheet |

February 12 | February 14 | Normal Distributions | Assignment 5 | answer sheet |

February 19 | February 21 | Sampling Distributions and the Central Limit Theorem | Assignment 6 | answer sheet |

February 26 | February 28 | Review | Review | no answer sheet |

March 12 | March 14 | Statistical Inferences for One Population | Assignment 7 | answer sheet |

March 19 | March 21 | Comparisons Between Two Populations | Assignment 8 | answer sheet |

March 26 | March 28 | Analysis of Variance | Assignment 9 | answer sheet |

April 2 | April 4 | Linear Regression | Assignment 10 | answer sheet |

April 9 | April 11 | Review | Review | no answer sheet |

April 23 | April 18 | Multiple Regression | Assignment 11 | no answer sheet |

Date | Sections | Topics | Highlights | Suggested Problems | Solutions |
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January 9 | 1-1 through 2-2 | Introduction Histograms Means and medians | notes1.html | Chapter 1: 1-4; Chapter 2: 2-3 (a,b), 2-4 (a,b) | Solutions |

January 11 | 2-3 through 2-6 | Measures of spread Boxplots Quartiles | notes2.html | Chapter 2: 2-3 (e,f,g) and quartiles, 2-4 (e,f,g) and quartiles. | Solutions |

January 16 | 3-1 through 3-9 | Probability and Enumeration | notes3.html | Chapter 3: 3-2, 3-5, 3-9 | Solutions |

January 18 | 3-10 through 3-12 | Conditional Probability and Bayes Rule | notes4.html | Chapter 3: 3-11, 3-12, 3-13, 3-16 | Solutions |

January 23 | 3-12 | Application of Bayes Rule | notes5.html | Chapter 3: 3-14, 3-15, 3-17 | Solutions |

January 25 | 5-1 | Binomial Distribution | notes6.html | Chapter 5: 5-1, 5-2a, 5-4 | Solutions |

January 30 | 5-2, 5-5 through 5-6 | Poisson and Normal Distributions | notes7.html | Chapter 5: 5-3, 5-7, 5-11 | Solutions |

February 1 | 5-6 | Normal Distributions | notes7.html | Chapter 5: 5-8, 5-10 | Solutions |

February 6 | 4-1 through 4-6, except not 4-4 | Sampling Distributions | notes9.html | Chapter 4: 4-6 (a-d) | Solutions |

February 8 | 5-6 | Central Limit Theorem | notes10.html | Chapter 5: 5-9, 5-12 | Solutions |

February 13 | 7-5 | Statistical Inference about Proportions | notes11.html | Chapter 7: 7-10a, 7-11 | Solutions |

February 15 | 6-5, 6-6, 7-5, 7-6 | Statistical Inference about Proportions | notes12.html | Chapter 6: 6-9 | Solutions |

February 20 | 6-6 and 7-6 | Statistical Inference about Differences in Proportions | notes13.html | as above | |

February 22 | 7-1 to 7-2 | Statistical Inference about a Mean | notes14.html | Chapter 7: 7-1 (a-d), 7-2 (a-d), 7-3, 7-5 | Solutions |

February 27 | 1 to 7 | Review | no notes | ||

March 1 | Midterm I | no notes | Midterm Solutions (pdf format) | ||

March 13 | 6-1 to 6-2 | Statistical Inference about a Mean | notes15.html | Chapter 6: 6-1, 6-2 (a,b), 6-12 | Solutions |

March 15 | 6-3 and 7-3 | Statistical Inference about Differences in Means | notes16.html | Chapter 6: 6-4, 6-5, 6-7, 6-8; Chapter 7: 7-6, 7-7, 7-9 | Solutions |

March 20 | 9-1 | Analysis of Variance | notes17.html | Chapter 9: 9-2, 9-6 | Solutions |

March 22 | 9-1 | Analysis of Variance | notes18.html | Chapter 9: 9-1 (a,d,e), | Solutions |

March 27 | 9-2 | Analysis of Variance | notes19.html | Chapter 9: 9-5b modified | Solutions |

March 29 | 10-1 through 10-4, 10-6 | Simple Linear Regression | notes20.html | Chapter 10: 1 | Solutions |

April 3 | 10-1 through 10-4, 10-6 | Simple Linear Regression | notes20.html | Sample problem | |

April 5 | 11-1 through 11-3 | Multiple Regression | mult.html | There will not be a multiple regression problem on the final exam. | |

April 17 | Midterm II | no notes | Midterm Solutions (pdf format) | ||

April 19 | 8-1 to 8-2 | Goodness of Fit Tests | notes21.html | 8-1, 8-2, 8-3 | no solutions |

April 24 | 8-4 | Two-way tables | not yet available | 8-5 (a-c), 8-6, 8-7, 8-8 | no solutions |

April 26 | Review | Review Guide |

Topics | Notes |
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Exploratory data analysis | notes1.pdf |

Probability | notes2.pdf |

Last modified: April 27, 2001

Bret Larget, larget@mathcs.duq.edu