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Statistics with Applications Stretch I

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Pomona

Course Area: Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning
Subject Area: STA
Course Number: 1201
Units: 2.0
When: -
Term: Summer 2021
Online: Yes – Synchronous (Set Schedule)
Introduction to the concepts of probability and basic descriptive statistics with requisite arithmetic and algebraic topics integrated throughout. Topics include methods for basic definitions of statistics, collecting data, graphical and numerical descriptive statistics, correlation and simple linear regression. Algebra topics include linear equations in one and two variables, polynomials. This path is designed to serve students with majors that require no college-level mathematics beyond introductory freshman-level statistics. This is the first course of two in the Statistics with Applications stretch sequence. Students must take a two-course sequence to receive credit for college-level statistics. Students are required to concurrently enroll into statistics activity course, STA 1201A.
*Open to CPP and non-CPP students. Non-CPP may want to check with home campus to confirm if course will fulfill GE requirement.