Summer 2012For details of Math 10.61Z and Math 10.65Z in Summer 2012.
There are NO ADDS for this class.
The size of the course should be 40 students. I enroll up to 60 students in each section before the summer begins and will NOT do any adds.
There are three REQUIRED on-campus exams.
Exam 1, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4: Thursday 12 July, 6:00 – 7:00pm in S-32
Exam 2, Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9: Thursday 26 July, 6:00 – 7:00pm in S-32
Exam 3, Final, Chapters 1-12: Thursday 9 August, 6:00 – 8:00pm in S-32
Orientation to WebAssign and Catalyst in S44, 5 - 6pm on Tuesday 3 July.
For students who want to request to take the exams elsewhere, please read the Alternate Exam Policy at the end of the Summer Greensheet (see link below). Alternate exams must be taken Tuesday or Wednesday of the official exam week. Please pay careful attention to the deadlines. Note that July 4 is a Holiday, and some Testing Centers may be closed on July 5 also. If you cannot adhere to the deadlines you will not be able to take the exam elsewhere. Consortium website to find a testing center: http://www.ncta-testing.org/cctc/find.php
If you are trying to clear the prerequisite with transcripts from another college, please follow the instructions (under Division Forms) at the following link. I have NO authority to waive the prerequisite.
Student Learning Outcomes for Math 10:
1.Organize, analyze, and utilize appropriate methods to draw conclusions based on sample data by constructing and/or evaluating tables, graphs, and numerical measures of characteristics of data.
2.Identify, evaluate, interpret and describe data distributions through the study of sampling distributions and probability theory.
3.Collect data, interpret, compose and defend conjectures, and communicate the results of random data using statistical analyses such as interval and point estimates, hypothesis tests, and regression analysis.
Textbook and Materials for Math 10 - all sections
Collaborative Statistics, 2nd ed. (red cover) by Illowsky, Barbara, and Dean, Susan.
All of the text is online. Use or download at: https://www.kno.com or http://cnx.org/content/col10522/latest/ You may also purchase a printed copy at the De Anza College bookstore.
The course also uses Catalyst and Webassign. Login for both catalyst and webassign will be available to registered students starting the first day of class.
TO ACCESS THE COURSE MATERIALS: https://catalyst.deanza.edu
TO ACCESS WebAssign ONLINE HOMEWORK: http://www.webassign.net Usernames and passwords were emailed to registered students on Sunday 1 July. Your username is lastname.firstname, unless EITHER you already have a WebAssign account, in which case your login is either lastname.firstname.1 or your other login name, OR you have more than just a first and last name, in which case your login is lastname.firstname.secondname.thirdname, etc. Your password is markus. PLEASE change your password! WebAssign costs about $27, there is no class code, and you have about 7 days to pay.
TO ACCESS the chapter videos: http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/math-10-elementary-statistics/id431446414
Please be sure to read the greensheet for lab details. Be sure to turn in the lab before the due date and time. Late labs receive a grade of 0. If you email the lab to me it must be a SINGLE attachment. I will only print and grade ONE attachment.
Lab Chapter 3 is here. It is due before the first exam. Be sure to staple your two trees to it.
Lab Chapter 6 Summer 2012 is here. It is due before the second exam. Be sure to staple your histogram to it.
Lab Chapter 9 Summer 2012 is here. It is due before the second exam.
Lab Chapter 11 Summer 2012 is here. It is due before the final exam! If you have more than one page, please STAPLE your pages together.