Statway. The Journey Continues. The Need for Statway. For every FOUR MATD 0370 students who continue to MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistics), ONE passes This means for many students, Elementary Algebra is not good enough preparation for Elementary Statistics.
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The Journey Continues
For every FOUR MATD 0370 students who continue to MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistics), ONE passes
Semester 1: 4 hours MATD “Math for Stats I”
Semester 2: MATH 1342 (Elementary Statistics) +1 hour MATD “Math for Stats II”
Semester 1: 1 hour MATH “Descriptive Statistics” + 3 hours MATD “Math for Stats I”
Semester 2: 2 hours MATH “Inferential Statistics” + 2 hours MATD “Math for Stats II”
First: 4hours MATD
Second:3hours MATH 1342 + 1hour MATD
Advantage: Transferability is guaranteed
First: 3 hours MATD + 1 hour MATHSecond: 2 hours MATD + 2 hours MATH
Advantage: Statway Materials can be used as provided
Course Description (tentative; to be split for the Unique Needs Option):
The first in a two-semester course, to be paired with a designated MATH 1342 section in the second semester. This course surveys a variety of mathematical topics needed to prepare students for the statistical reasoning and data analysis needed in MATH 1342. It also covers most THEA mathematics topics. Topics include: arithmetic with rational numbers; linear models; evaluating expressions and formulas; rates, ratios, and proportions; percentages; solving equations and inequalities; data interpretations including graphs and tables; verbal, algebraic and graphical representations of functions; exponential models; and an introduction to other models, including quadratic, logarithmic, and/or rational.