Pre Exam 1 Lectures: MF 4:30-5:20, PHYS 110

F, 1/16/2015: Chapter 1 - Data
R Code for Lecture
helicon.txt Data Set for Lecture

W, 1/21/2015: 1.3-1.4: Normal Distribution - Overview

F, 1/23/2015: 1.3-1.4: Normal Distribution - Probability, Percentile, CI, & Test Comparison Problems

M, 1/26/2015: 3.1-3.2: Sources of Data-Design of Experiments

F, 1/30/2015: 3.3-3.5: Sampling Design, Towards Statistical Inference, Ethics (IGNORED...OH MY!)

M, 2/2/2015:
Ch. 4: Sample Space \Omega, Probability Rules, & Random Variables (r.v.s) X (Oh my!)
Ch. 4: Counting
4.2-4.3: Sample Space \Omega, Probability Rules, & Random Variables (r.v,s)

F, 2/6/2015:
Named Discrete Distributions
Named Continuous Distributions

M, 2/9/2015: Poisson Process - Author: Mike Lawlor

UNIV 019 - W, 2/11/2015:
General Continuous Distributions - Author: Dr. Sellke - Graphs make these notes better
General Continuous Distributions - Author: Jeremy Troisi - In case you desire varying note writing styles and another running example

F, 2/13/2015: 5.1-5.2: Central Limit Theorem (CLT) & 6.1: Confidence Intervals (CIs)

M, 2/16/2015: 4.4-4.5: Tree Diagrams/Total Probability (TP)/Bayes' Rule - Queen of Statlandia Problem

UNIV 019 - W, 2/18/2015: REVIEW Written HomeWork (WHW) 1

F, 2/20/2015: WHW2 Questions; Ch. 6: Introduction to Inference via Bayes' Rule

M, 2/23/2015: Conditioning the Sum of Two Independent Poissons to equal a fixed count; Nested Problems
STAT 225 Summer 2011 Exam 1 - Author: Jeremy Troisi
STAT 225 Summer 2011 Exam 2 - Author: Jeremy Troisi

UNIV 019 - W, 2/25/2015: 6.2-6.3 - Hypothesis Testing via Z-Test and P-Values

F, 2/27/2015: Continuity Correction (CC) for CLT from Discrete Distribution to Normal Distribution Approximation - Ex 3 (1st Problem) of Participation 4
STAT 225 Summer 2011 Participation 4 - Author: Jeff Nisen?
STAT 350 Practice Exam 1
STAT 350 Practice Exam 1 - KEY
STAT 350 Exam 1 Review Problems
STAT 350 Exam 1 Review Problems - KEY

M, 3/2/2015: REVIEW! EXAM 1 TOMORROW, 3/3/2015, EVENING 6:30-7:30pm in EE 129! Mandatory that it be student generated! i.e. No questions from students means Jeremy reads the paper at the front of the class.