**Readiness (16 topics) Due 5/15**

• Order of operations: Problem type 2

• Decimal place value

• Rounding decimals

• Converting between percentages and decimals

• Percentage of a whole number

• Writing a ratio as a percentage

• Converting a percentage to a fraction

• Converting a fraction to a percentage

• Solving a linear equation with several occurrences of the variable: Problem
type 1

• Solving a linear equation with several occurrences of the variable: Problem
type 3

• Y-intercept of a line

• X- and y-intercepts of a line given the equation in standard form

• Writing an equation of a line given the y-intercept and a point

• Graphing a line given the x- and y-intercepts

• Graphing a line given its equation in slope-intercept form

• Graphing a line through a given point with a given slope

**Chapter 1 (2 topics) Due 5/15**

• Classification of variables and levels of measurement

• Discrete versus continuous variables

**Chapter 2 (7 topics) Due 5/15**

• Histograms for grouped data

• Frequency polygons for grouped data

• Interpreting relative frequency histograms

• Cumulative distributions and ogives

• Interpreting pie charts

• Computations from pie charts

• Interpreting a stem-and-leaf display

**Chapter 3 (14 topics) Due 5/22**

• Summation of indexed data

• Comparing means without calculation

• Mean, median, and mode: Computations

• Rejecting unreasonable claims based on average statistics

• Weighted mean: Tabular data

• Estimating the mean of grouped data

• Mean, median, and mode: Comparisons

• Comparing standard deviations without calculation

• Population standard deviation

• Sample standard deviation

• Estimating the standard deviation of grouped data

• Chebyshev's theorem and the empirical rule

• Percentiles

• Box-and-whisker plots

**You need to complete ALL of the above topics BEFORE
taking Exam #1 - Due 5/22**

**Chapter 4 (16 topics) Due 5/29
**• Outcomes and event probability

• Die rolling

• Probability of intersection or union: Word problems

• Probabilities of draws with replacement

• Independent events: Basic

• Probability of union: Basic

• Probability of independent events

• Calculating relative frequencies in a contingency table

• Conditional probability: Basic

• Probability of dependent events

• Intersection and conditional probability

• Tree diagrams for conditional probabilities

• Factorial expressions

• Combinations

• Permutations

• Probabilities of draws without replacement

**Chapter 5 (6 topics) Due 5/29**

• Discrete probability distribution: Basic

• Discrete probability distribution: Word problems

• Expectation and variance of a random variable

• Binomial problems: Mean and standard deviation

• Binomial problems: Basic

• Binomial problems: Advanced

**Chapter 6 (8 topics) Due 6/5**

• Standard normal probabilities

• Standard normal values: Basic

• Standard normal values: Advanced

• Normal versus standard normal density curves

• Normal distribution raw scores

• Normal distribution: Word problems

• Central limit theorem: Sample mean

• Normal approximation to binomial

You need to complete ALL of the above topics BEFORE taking
Exam #2 - **Due 6/5**

**Chapter 7 (8 topics) Due 6/12**

• Confidence interval for the population mean: Use of the standard normal

• Choosing an appropriate sample size

• t distribution

• Selecting a distribution for inferences on the population mean

• Confidence interval for the population mean: Use of the t distribution

• Confidence interval for a population proportion

• Chi-square distribution

• Confidence interval for the population standard deviation

**Chapter 8 (6 topics) Due 6/12**

• Type I and Type II errors

• Determining null and alternative hypotheses

• Hypothesis test for the population mean: Z test

• Hypothesis test for the population mean: t test

• Hypothesis test for a population proportion

• Hypothesis test for the population variance or standard deviation

**Chapter 9 (8 topics) Due 6/19**

• Confidence interval for the difference of population means: Use of the
standard normal

• Hypothesis test for the difference of population means: Z test

• Confidence interval for the difference of population means: Use of the t
distribution

• Hypothesis test for the difference of population means: t test

• Hypothesis test for the difference of population means: Paired comparisons

• Making reasonable inferences based on proportion statistics

• Confidence interval for the difference of population proportions

• Hypothesis test for the difference of population proportions

**You need to complete ALL of the above topics BEFORE
taking Exam #3 - Due 6/19**

**Chapter 10 (6 topics) Due6/26**

• Hypothesis tests for the correlation coefficient and the slope of the
least-squares regression line

• Sketching the least-squares regression line

• Linear relationship and the sample correlation coefficient

• Predictions from the least-squares regression line

• Computing the sample correlation coefficient and the coefficients for the
least-squares regression line

• Explained and unexplained variation and the least-squares regression line

**Chapter 11 (3 topics) Due 6/26**

• Chi-square goodness-of-fit test

• Contingency tables: Expected frequencies

• Chi-square test of independence

**You need to complete ALL topics BEFORE taking the Final
Exam
Taken on CAMPUS 6/26**