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TIMBERLINE SCHOOL Probability & Statistics Syllabus 2016 School Year Probability & Statistics Math 1 Course Title: Department: Term: 7:20 – 7:50 M, W, R, F and after school by appointment Office Hours: Teacher: Mr. Dave Wadle Room: E-mail Address: Website URL: 608 [email protected] http://blogs.waukeeschools.org/dwadle/ Course Content & Summary – What will students know and be able to do after this course? Recognize and define the vocabulary of Statistics Graph Statistical information in a meaningful format Find Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Midrange, Standard Deviation, Variance, & Quartiles Find probabilities of multiple events occurring (Addition and Multiplication Rules) Use the Counting Rules (Permutations and Combinations) Use the Binomial, Poisson, Multinomial, and Hypergeometric Distributions to calculate probability Apply the Normal Distribution to real world problems to calculate probability Construct Confidence Intervals for a variety of situations Apply the Hypothesis Process to data in a variety of situations Required Materials – What will students need to bring to class? Graphing Calculator (TI-84 is recommended and will be the calculator used during instruction) Textbook (Elementary Statistics – A Step by Step Approach by McGraw Hill) Notebook/Binder Pencil Reporting & Additional Information – Specific course related procedures: Assessments will be scored using the rubric: Beginning 5/6 Developing 7 Secure 8 9 10 Exposure to material has occurred but Displays some concepts but the big Big ideas are demonstrated. Secure at this time success is present on few or no problems. idea understanding is not Displays minor conceptual Secure at this but minor precision Re-teaching with practice is needed. demonstrated. Practice & errors. Practice & consistency is time. (attends to &/or computation Needs to seek help & use available consistency is needed. Use available needed. Use available resources precision) errors are present. resources to make progress. resources to make progress. to make progress. Overall grades will be calculated using the following percentages: Unit Assessments – 85% Final Exam – 15%