Fall 2017

## InstructorQifan Songqfsong@purdue.edu MATH 208 |
## GraderDominique Williamswill1484@purdue.edu |

Day | Time | Location | |
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Lecture | TuTh | 1:30-2:45pm | REC 114 |

Day | Time | Location | |
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Instructor | Monday | 8:00am-9:00am | MATH 208 |

Type | Day | Time | Location |
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SAS | W | 6:30 -- 8:30pm | BRNG B286 |

- http://www.stat.purdue.edu/~qfsong/teaching/514/514.html
- All course material (lecture notes, sample examples, homework assignment) will be posted
on Blackboard Learning.

- Simple Designs and Analysis of Variance
- Block Designs, Latin Squares and Related Designs
- Full Factorial Designs
- Designs with Random Factors and Nested Designs
- 2-level Full Factorial and Fractional Factorial Designs

- Strongly recommended textbook:
*"Design and Analysis of Experiements"*(6th, 7th or 8th ed.) by Douglas C. Montgomery. - Recommended textbook:
*"An Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis"*(5th or 6th ed.), by R. Lyman Ott and Michael Longnecker.

- There are
**approximately**10 homework assignments. The schedules of the midterms and final will be announced later on. Every homework assignment will be posted on Blackboard at least one week before the due time. - Late homework will not be accepted unless you have a documented emergent situation. Homework solutions will be posted on Blackboard. Group discussions and study sessions are encouraged but copying from each other is unacceptable.
- Clearly print your Name and Session Number in the cover page of your homework.

you can go to the Software Consultant in MATH G-175 (information) except during breaks or the Wednesday evening SAS help session: Wed 6:30 to 8:30 PM in BRNG B286 except during school holidays.

- There will be two midterm exams and one final exam.
- Each exam is cumulative, but emphasizes recently covered material.
- You will need a basic calculator that has the square root function. More advanced calculators are permitted only if you do not use the advanced functionality.
- Dates, time and location:
- Midterm Exam 1: Sep 26
- Midterm Exam 2: Oct 31
- Final Exam: TBD

- Total scores are computed using the following weights:
- 20% -- Homework
- 20% -- Midterm I
- 20% -- Midterm II
- 40% -- Final

- The above proportions may be adjusted by up to 5% in either direction at the instructor's discretion but will be the same for every student in the class.
- Course grades are assigned by total scores using the following scale:
90% ≤ score ≤ 100% ⇒ A 80% ≤ score < 90% ⇒ B 70% ≤ score < 80% ⇒ C 60% ≤ score < 70% ⇒ D 0% ≤ score < 60% ⇒ F

- Please refer to University Regulations for the requirment of attendance, Grief Absence Policy and Absences resulting due to participation in religious observances.
- Exams: To be excused the student must notify his or her instructor in writing
prior to the date of absence if such notification is feasible.
In cases where advance notification is not
feasible (e.g. accident, or emergency) the student must provide notification by
the end of the second working day after the absence. This notification should
include an explanation of why notice could not be sent prior to the class. If
needed, the student must provide additional documentation substantiating the
at the scheduled time you must notify the instructor
*as soon as possible*. Missed exams will be a given zero points except for a Excused Absence. In that case, the instructor (at his discretion) may either administer a makeup exam or use the final exam grade to compensate for the missed exam. - Incomplete Grade: A grade of incomplete is a record of work that was interrupted by unavoidable absence or other causes beyond a student's control, which work was passing at the time it was interrupted and the completion of which does not require the student to repeat the course in order to obtain credit. The incomplete grade is not to be used as a substitute for a failing grade.

If you are a student registered with the Disability Resource Center and you are in need of academic accommodations, please see me during my office hours listed on the syllabus as soon as possible.

If you have an Accommodation Letter from the Disability Resource Center, we need to meet during my office hours to discuss your needs.