Math 2311
Video Help
The
links below will open streaming lectures which which play through the Flash Player for your browser.
Make sure you sound is turned on. We recommend using a high speed
internet connection.

Chapter 1

Exploring Univariate Data

1.1

Types
of Data

1.2

Mean and
Median

1.3

Standard
Deviation and Variance

1.4

Range, IQR
and Finding Outliers

1.5

Graphs and
Describing Distributions

Chapter 2

Introduction to
Probability

2.1

Counting
Techniques, Combinations and Permuatations

2.2

Sets and Venn
Diagrams

2.3

Basic
Probability Models

2.4

General
Probability Rules

Chapter
3

Discrete
Distributions

3.1

Random Variables

3.2

Binomial Distributions

3.3

Geometric Distributions

Chapter
4

Continuous
Distributions

4.1

Density Curves

4.2

The Normal Distribution

4.3

Standard Normal Calculations

4.4

Sampling Distributions of
x̄ and p̂

Chapter
5

Bivariate
Data

5.1

Scatter Plots

5.2

Correlation

5.3

The Least Squares
Regression Line

5.4

Residuals

5.5

NonLinear Models

5.6

Relations in
Categorical Data

Chapter
6

Samples and Experiments

6.1

Sampling

6.2

Designing Experiments

6.3

Simulating Experiments

Chapter 7

Estimation

7.1

Margins of Error and Estimates

7.2

Confidence Interval for a Proportion

7.3

Confidence Interval for the Difference of Two Proportions

7.4

Confidence Interval for a Mean

7.5

Confidence Interval for the Difference of Two Means

Chapter 8

Tests of Significance

8.1

Inference for the Mean of a Population

8.2

Inference for the Population Proportion


Errors

8.3

Comparing Two Means

8.4

Comparing Two Proportions

8.5

Goodness of Fit Test

8.6

Inference for Twoway Tables Homogeneity vs. Independence

Chapter 9

Inference for Regression

9.1

Confidence Intervals for Regression Lines

9.2

Test for Slope of Regression Lines
