Math 11: Calculus Based Introductory Probability and Statistics

Winter 2019

Announcements:

• First day of class January 7th 3pm in Ledden Auditorium
• Exam 2 in class on March 1st

Homeworks:

• Homework 1, Due on gradescope Friday, January 18th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 3-4, 3-6, 3-8, 3-14, 3-18, 3-22, 3-38, 3-54, 4-30, 4-32, 4-48, 6-6, 6-14, 6-26, 6-34, 7-2, 7-22, 7-28, 7-30, 7-36, 7-38, 7-40, 7-42, Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Homework 2, Due on gradescope Friday, January 25th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 8-6, 8-12, 8-16, 8-18, 8-20, 8-26, 8-34, 9-10, 9-12, 9-16, 9-22, (make sure not to do the part II review exercises instead) 13-10, 13-12, 13-24, 13-28, 13-30, 13-32, 13-40, 14-2, 14-6, 14-20, 14-22, 14-28, 14-56 Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Suggested practice problems from Chapter 15 (not required): 15-1, 15-3, 15-9, 15-11, 15-27, 15-33, 15-41, 15-43
• Homework 3, Due on gradescope Friday, February 8th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 15-6, 15-12, 15-28, 15-30, 15-36, 15-42, 16-4, 16-8, 16-20, 16-22, 16-26, 16-30, 16-32, 16-36, 16-48 (make sure not to do the part II review exercises instead) Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Homework 4, Due on gradescope Friday, February 15th at 11:59pm.
• From Continuous Distributions handout problems: 2, 3, 5, 8, 9
• From De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock: 5-8, 5-48, 5-50 (make sure not to do that part I review exercises instead), 11-6, 11-14, 11-24
• Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Homework 5, Due on gradescope Friday, February 22th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 17-4, 17-6, 17-14, 17-16, 17-22, 17-28, 17-48, 17-54, 18-16 (parts abd), 18-22, 18-26, 18-28, 18-30, 19-2, 19-18, Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Suggested Practice Problems: 19-1, 19-3, 19-5, 19-9, 19-13, 19-17, 19-19, 19-27, 19-31, 19-33, 19-37
• Homework 6, Due on gradescope Friday, March 8th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 19-22, 19-32, 19-36, 20-2, 20-10, 20-14, 20-16, 20-20, 20-38, 20-42, 21-8, 21-10, 21-12, 21-14, 21-18, 21-20, 21-28, 21-30, 21-32, 21-50 (make sure not to do the part V review exercises instead) Bonus: Approximately how much time did you spend on this homework?
• Solutions
• Homework 7, Due on gradescope Friday, March 15th at 11:59pm. Problems from De Veaux,Velleman, and Bock:
• 22-72, 22-78, 22-86, 23-2, 23-12, 23-18, 23-20, 23-22, 23-40, 25-26, 25-28, 25-30, 25-36, 25-38, 25-40, 25-44, 25-58 , Bonus: Free point!
• Solutions
• Optional Practice Problems for Chapter 24:
• 1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 19, 23, 25, 33, 39

Labs:

Exams:

Resources:

Practice Exams:

• Winter 2018 Exam 1 and Solutions
• Fall 2017 Exam 1 and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)
• Fall 2016 Exam 1 and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)
• Winter 2018 Exam 2 and Solutions
• Winter 2017 Exam 2 and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)
• Fall 2016 Exam 2 and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)
• Winter 2018 Final (sorry no solutions handout)
• Winter 2017 Final and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)
• Fall 2016 Final and Solutions (this course was taught by a different instructor so the problem style might be slightly different)

Course Description: Math 11 is an introduction to probability and statistics. Topics include: events and probabilities, conditional probability, Bayesâ€™ formula, discrete and continuous random variables, mean, variance, binomial distributions, Poisson distributions, normal distributions, uniform distributions, exponential distributions, central limit theorem, sample statistics, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and regression. Emphasis on connections between probability and statistics, numerical results of real data, and techniques of data analysis. Labs will introduce students to the Minitab software package for statistical analysis.