STAT 100 - Statistical Literacy (GT-MA1)

  • 3 credits
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Learn to be an intelligent consumer of statistical information. Concepts of randomness and probability, variation, types of measurement, errors in measurement, experiments versus observational studies, Simpson's paradox, biases in statistical studies, p-value.

Fulfills: Quantitative Reasoning 1B, Mathematics (GT-MA1)

This course meets the All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) requirements for Mathematics (Category 1B) and is approved under gtPathways in the content area of Mathematics (GT-MA1).


Grace Ivins

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Grace is a new member of the statistics department teaching faculty. She received her BA in Mathematics from the University of Oklahoma and her Masters in Statistics at CSU. Her focus is on developing classroom strategies that encourage students who lack mathematical confidence to see statistics as a discipline distinct from mathematics and to embrace statistics as a set of valuable life skills. In her spare time Grace enjoys reading just about anything, healthy recipe development, hiking, and weightlifting.

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