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  1. . . . aPENNY for theAGES. . . • Without looking for a particular penny, dig into the collection and grab ONE PENNY. Note its date, return it, and re-mix the collection. • Calculate the AGE of your penny, based on its mint date. For example, if the penny date is 1994, its age is 10 years (2014-1994). • Note the horizontal and vertical scales on the grid here and then record your penny’s age using a properly scaled X. MAT 312

  2. Prob & Stat (MAT 312)Dr. Day Tuesday January 14, 2014 • Warmin’ Up: P&S All Around Us! • Small-Group Interactions: Data Collection, Organization, Summary, and Analysis • Course Info • Who Are You? • Admin Details • Course Resources • Textbook • ReggieNet • Assignments MAT 312

  3. Prob & Stat All Around Us! • In just the last week, it is likely that you encountered many aspects of probability and statistics in your life—at home, at work, at play, at school. Reflect on your last seven days and identify and describe two situations for which you used probabilistic reasoning or statistical reasoning. Be specific and descriptive! MAT 312

  4. Data Collection, Organization, Summary, & Analysis • In your small group, measure and record the following data for each group member. Use centimeters, rounded as indicated. • Height (shoes off; nearest whole centimeter) • Arm Span (arms extended parallel to floor, measure fingertip to fingertip; nearest whole centimeter) • Forearm Length (bend your arm at the elbow and measure the distance between your elbow crease and your wrist; nearest half centimeter) • Foot Length (shoes off; nearest half centimeter) MAT 312

  5. Data Collection, Organization, Summary, & Analysis • Transfer your measurements to the Excel spreadsheet set up for the class. • Within your small group, suggest some ways you might organize, summarize, and analyze these data. Summarize your discussion by writing a list of suggestions for discussion in the large group and submission to me. MAT 312

  6. First-Day Details • Admin Details • Info Sheet • Syllabus • Expectations • Course Resources • Textbook • ReggieNet • Course Archives: • http://math.illinoisstate.edu/day/courses/old/312/www.html • Assignment for next time: Read the Preface (vii-x) and Chapter 1 MAT 312

  7. Assignment Assignment for next time: Read the Preface (vii-x) and Chapter 1. Chapter 1 Objectives • Explain or describe what is meant by each of the terms in the Chapter 1 vocabulary list (p 16). • Identify the population, the sample, the variables, the raw data, sample statistics, and population parameters, given the description of a survey(as in the Focus on Understanding on page 3). • Identify and provide examples of each of the sampling techniques discussed in Chapter 1 and explain your reasoning. • Classify types of data and give examples of the different data types and explain your reasoning. MAT 312

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