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Explore data using important graphical summaries, including dotplots, histograms, and stem-and-leafplots.
Describe a data set using measures of center and spread, including the mean, median, mode, range, variance, and standard deviation.
Generate and interpret the five-number summary statistics and boxplots to assess skewness and outliers.
Consider attributes of populations versus samples and sampling bias, and learn how to create simple random samples and stratified samples.
Explore properties of the normal distribution, and calculate z-scores and probabilities using a normal probability table and Minitab.
Construct confidence intervals and learn how to correctly interpret them using simulated samples.
Discuss the fundamentals of hypothesis testing, and learn how to conduct and interpret the results of hypothesis tests, including p-values.
Supplement instruction with short videos that provide an overview of Minitab and show you how to use the software to analyze data. Topics include manipulating and graphing data, performing hypothesis tests, and more.
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