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#### What Will You Learn?

• Statistics basics and advanced statistics concepts
• How to use descriptive statistics to describe patterns and departures from patterns
• How to interpret information from graphical, numerical displays and summaries
• How to analyse collected data and conduct statistical studies
• How to use probability and stimulation to explore random events

#### Curriculum

22h 12m
##### Section 1: Exploring Data
5:33:38
Boxplots
34:19
Describing Distributions
14:09
Measures of Center
21:28
36:09
Density Curves and Z-Scores
38:19
Correlation
37:03
Least Squares Regression
29:14
Residuals, Outliers, and Influential Points
34:18
Nonlinear Regression
25:13
##### Section 2: Sampling and Experimentation
1:31:12
Sampling Design
25:08
Sources of Bias
17:29
Experimental Design I
10:26
Experimental Design II
13:23
Experimental Design III
24:46
##### Section 3: Anticipating Patterns
6:14:57
Counting, Permutations, and Combinations
28:56
Probability I
24:45
Probability II
25:45
Probability III
41:59
Simulation
11:57
Discrete Distributions
35:00
Binomial Distributions
36:23
Geometric Distributions
18:47
Poisson Distributions
17:47
Unusual Density Curves
12:59
Uniform Distributions
10:43
Normal Distributions
37:48
Calculator Functions and Assessing Normality
14:20
Normal Approximations to Binomial Distributions
15:16
Sampling Distributions
42:32
##### Section 4: Statistical Inference
8:52:32
One Sample Confidence Intervals with Means
1:35:10
One Sample Hypothesis Tests with Means
1:54:05
Errors in Hypothesis Testing
18:38
Power of Hypothesis Test
37:11
Sampling Distribution of a Proportion
30:20
One Sample Proportion Inference
35:55
Two Sample Inference with Means
55:05
Two Sample Inference with Proportions
46:31
Chi Square Inference
50:09
Regression Inference
49:28

#### Requirements

• Algebra basics
• Know how to use TI-84 calculator

#### Jerry Linch

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Welcome!

I am excited to impart knowledge for your entry-level statistics and AP statistics courses.

I am a graduate of the University of Nebraska where I earned my bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Actuarial Science. I furthered my education in Texas and earned my Masters of Science degree in Statistics from the University of Houston Clear Lake.

My first career began in Galveston, Texas where I worked as an actuary for American National Insurance Company from January 1985 – August 1992. After eight years in the actuarial profession, I decided to turn my efforts toward teaching. I taught the next eight years at two different public schools in the Houston area. After eight years of instruction, I switched my career path back to the actuarial field. I moved to Omaha, Nebraska for two years and worked with the Central States Health and Life Company as a valuation actuary. My family and I returned to Texas where I continued the actuarial profession, once again, for American National Insurance Company in Galveston for the next three years. I currently teach AP Statistics and college math courses for a school in the Houston area.

I am excited to bring the classroom to you. I have always had a passion to teach and enjoy it very much. I hope you find the videos both educational and helpful!
Sincerely,

Jerry Linch

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