**Statistical Methods I**

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**241**

### engagement activities

**315**

### assessment questions

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### Statistical Methods I Course Outline

### 1 - Sampling Methods

Concepts Covered:

- What is Statistics?
- Sampling Methods

### 2 - Frequency Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Frequency Distribution

### 3 - Measure of Center

Concepts Covered:

- Mean, Median, and Mode
- Box-plots

### 4 - Central Tendency

Concepts Covered:

- Histogram
- Skew
- Standard Deviation

### 5 - Intro to Probability

Concepts Covered:

- Optional Skill Review: Decimals, Percents, and Fractions
- Probability

### 6 - Applications of Probability

Concepts Covered:

- Contingency Tables
- Independent and Dependent Events

### 7 - Medical Testing

Concepts Covered:

- Medical Testing

### 8 - Expected Value

Concepts Covered:

- Expected Value

### 9 - Binomial Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Binomial Distribution

### 10 - Geometric Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Geometric Distribution

### 11 - Uniform Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Uniform Distribution

### 12 - Z-Score and Normal Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Z-Score and Normal Distribution

### 13 - Standard Normal Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Standard Normal Distribution

### 14 - Applications of Normal Distribution

Concepts Covered:

- Applications of Normal Distribution

### 15 - Central Limit Theorem

Concepts Covered:

- Central Limit Theorem

### 16 - Intro to Confidence Intervals

Concepts Covered:

- Intro to Confidence Intervals

### 17 - Confidence Intervals for a Proportion

Concepts Covered:

- Confidence Intervals for a Proportion

### 18 - Confidence Intervals for a Mean

Concepts Covered:

- Confidence Intervals for a Mean

### 19 - Intro to Hypothesis Testing

Concepts Covered:

- Intro to Hypothesis Testing

### 20 - Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

Concepts Covered:

- Hypothesis Testing for Proportions

### 21 - Hypothesis Testing for Means

Concepts Covered:

- Hypothesis Testing for Means

### 22 - 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Proportions

Concepts Covered:

- 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Proportions

### 23 - 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Paired Mean?

Concepts Covered:

- 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Paired Mean?

### 24 - 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Independent Mean

Concepts Covered:

- 2 Sample Hypothesis Test for Independent Mean

### 25 - Linear Regression

Concepts Covered:

- Linear Regression

### 26 - Linear Correlation

Concepts Covered:

- Linear Correlation

### 27 - Inference for Regression and Correlation

Concepts Covered:

- Inference for Regression and Correlation

**About the book**

**Statistical Methods I **

Introductory Statistics is designed for the one-semester, introduction to statistics course and is geared toward students majoring in fields other than math or engineering. This text assumes students have been exposed to intermediate algebra, and it focuses on the applications of statistical knowledge rather than the theory behind it.

**About the editors:**

## Senior Contributing Editor

**Grady Lee Wilsonwithers**, Forsyth Technical Community College