Math
4213 Statistics II Spring 2003
1. Instructor: Todd Smith Email: tsmith@westga.edu
Office: Boyd 321 Phone: 7708364351
2. Textbook: Mathematical Statistics, 6^{th}
Ed., 1999
John
E. Freund, Prentice Hall Publishers
3. Homeworks and
Quizzes: Homework
is due in class every Monday. Homework
solutions will be made available each week on reserve in the library after
class. Homework assignments are subject
to change during the semester. Every
Wednesday, except for those days mentioned in the syllabus, there will be a ten
minute quiz in class based on the homework problems. There will be no makeup quizzes for undocumented absences. There are a total of 15 quizzes during the
semester. The best 10 will be counted
for the semester grade.
4. Attendance: Quizzes will be given in class every
Wednesday (except as noted). Missing 5
quizzes or more will be considered excessive absences and will be grounds for
dismissal from the class with a grade of "WF".
5. Exams: There are two midterm exams and
a final exam. Makeup exams will be
given only for the most compelling and extraordinary reason. All makeup exams must be requested from the
instructor in advance of the original exam, and excuses must be
documented.
6. Academic dishonesty is defined in the UWG
student handbook. Any instance of
Academic misconduct on an exam or quiz will result in loss of all credit for
the semester and receipt of an F or WF grade.
Appeal procedures following such a judgement are also found in the
student handbook.
7. Grading Policy: quizzes 20%
Exam
I 25%
Exam
II 25%
Final
Exam 30%
8. Some Important
Dates: Wednesday, Jan 8 Last
day to add
Monday, Jan 20 Martin Luther King Jr Holiday
Friday, Feb 14 Exam I
Thursday, Feb 27 Last day to withdraw "W"
March
1721 Spring
Recess
Friday, Mar 28 Exam II
Apr
30  May 6 Final
Exam Week
9. The State University of West Georgia adheres
to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Any student with a documented disability
(e.g. physical, learning, psychiatric, vision, hearing, etc.) who needs to
arrange reasonable accommodations must contact the instructor and Disability
Support Services (8366428) at the beginning of the semester.
10. Calculator: A graphing programmable calculator is
required for this course. A TI83 is
recommended, but a TI82, TI85, TI86, TI89, TI92, or comparable Sharp or
Casio will suffice. A TI81 will not
suffice.
11. Learning Outcomes: At the end of the semester, the student
should be able to demonstrate proficiency in recognizing and using the
probability distributions for the normal, tdistribution, Fdistribution,
Chisquared distribution. The student
should also be able to estimate parameters of a population of Aknown@
distribution, and should be able to test those parameters. The student should also be able to test
categorical data, and test experimental data using ANOVA. (L7, L11, L12)
Math
4213 Statistics II Spring 2003
Week 
Dates 
Section 
Homework Assignment Due the Following Week 
1 
Jan 6  10 
7.5, 8.1  8.3 
Chap
7 #56, 57, 59, 6163 Chap
8 #25, 1314, 1819, 24b, 2829, 33 
2 
Jan
13  17 
8.4
 8.6 
Chap
8 #37, 3941, 4951, 53, 5557, 6265 
3 
Jan
20  24 
9.1
 9.2 
Chap
9 #14, 1012, 15 
4 
Jan
27  31 
10.1
 10.3 
Chap
10 #12, 5, 1011, 1317, 2123, 3334 
5 
Feb 3  7 
10.7
 10.8 
Chap
10 #5457, 59, 6265, 69, 79, 8182 
6 
Feb
10  14 
11.1
 11.3 
Chap
11 #1, 4, 6, 1114, 1921, 2627, 
6 
Feb 14 
EXAM 1 

7 
Feb
17  21 
11.4, 11.5 
Chap
11 #2930, 33, 3740, 4648 
8 
Feb
24  28 
11.6
 11.8 
Chap
11 #5253, 5658 
9 
Mar 3  7 
12.1
 12.4 
Chap
12 #24, 67, 9, 2526 
10 
Mar
10  14 
12.5
 12.6 
Chap
12 #28, 3335, 3941 

Mar
17  21 
Spring
Break 

11 
Mar
24  28 
13.1
 13.4 
Chap
13 #610, 1213, 1921, 3132, 3539 
11 
Mar
28 
EXAM 2 

12 
Mar
31 
Apr 4 
13.5
 13.9 
Chap
13 #45, 49, 5255, 6264, 6768, 70, 7778, 8081 
13 
Apr 7  11 
14.1
 14.3 
Chap
14 #23, 11, 1719 
14 
Apr
14  18 
14.4
 14.7 
Chap
14 #2629, 3639, 43, 48, 5355, 7378, 8386 
15 
Apr
21  25 
15.1
 15.5 
Chap
15 #79, 1921 
16 
Apr 28 
review 


Apr
30  May 6 

Final Exam Week 
Final
Exam Friday, May 2 due by 2:00 pm