# Overview of the Lectures

Each of the following Topics has links to printable lecture notes and narrated lecture slideshows. "Test Your Knowledge" problems are brief, quick checks to see if you understood the lecture material. Follow the links in the the left-hand navigation pane for full homework assignments (and solutions), practice exams, study sheets, and other course materials.

## LECTURE NOTES

Printable pdf files in letter-sized format

## LECTURES

### 3 ways:

1. MS PowerPoint slides with narration.
Open in PowerPoint.

2. Saved as PDF

3. Converted to video on YouTube

## TEST YOUR

### KNOWLEDGE

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Introduction

Descriptive Statistics - Lecture in 4 Parts

... Part 1: Measures of Location

... Part 2: Measures of Dispersion +

+ Shape; working with more than 1 measure

(included in above)

.. Part 3: Measures for Tw0 Variables +

+ Using MS Excel, Standardizing Data

... Part 4: Using Frequency Data

Introduction to Probability

Probability Distributions

Binomial Distribution

Normal Distribution

...The Two Z Tables [view along with the Normal Distribution Lecture]

Sampling Distributions

Introduction to Statistical Inference

Estimation

Hypothesis Testing - Z tests

...Understanding Hypothesis Testing

The t Distribution

Determining Sample Size

Two-sample Z test for the mean

...Understanding Two-Sample Hypothesis Testing

NOTES (Z and t)

Two-sample t test for the mean
...Using MS Excel for the Two-sample
t test

Two-sample Z test for the proportion

OPTIONAL: Chi-Square Distribution (notes in progress)

TBD

TBD

Introduction to Correlation

Simple Linear Regression

Using MS Excel for Regression

NOTES

NOTES

(A Review Session)