**Subject:**
Statistics

**Credit units:**
3

**Offered:**
Either Term 1 or Term 2

**Weekly hours:** 3 Lecture hours

**College:**
Arts and Science

**Department:** Mathematics and Statistics

# Description

An elementary introduction to the concepts of probability, including: sets, Venn diagrams, definition of probability, algebra of probabilities, counting principles, some discrete random variables and their distributions, graphical displays, expected values, the normal distribution, the Central Limit Theorem, applications, some statistical concepts.

**Prerequisite(s):** Mathematics B30 or Foundations of Mathematics 30 or Pre-Calculus 30.

**Note:** Credit will not be granted for STAT 103 if it is taken concurrently with or after STAT 241, STAT 242, STAT 245, STAT 246, PLSC 214, GE 210, COMM 207, PSY 234 or SOC 325. Please refer to the Statistics Course Regulations in the Arts & Science section of the Course and Program Catalogue.

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