**Instructor: ** Dr. Seongchun (Michelle) Kwon

** e-mail: ** kwonseon at hotmail dot com

I thank to Mr.Tarrou and Prof. Sousa for their willingness to share their high quality lectures for this course.

PowerPoint ( Partly based on the Powerpoint provided by Cengage Learning ) |
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2. Sets | |

2.1.Sets: A Problem Solving Tool | Introduction to Set Theory (J) Set-Builder Notation (J) Introduction to Subsets(J) |

2.2. Set Operations | Sets: Union and Intersection (taken from patrickJMT) Please read the powerpoint for difference of sets, disjoint sets and complement of a set |

2.3. Venn Diagrams | Set Operations and Venn Diagrams: Part 1(J) Set Operations and Venn Diagrams: Part 2(J) |

2.4. The Number of Elements in a Set: A Problem Solving Tool | Solving Problems with Venn Diagrams (J) |

10. Counting Techniques | |

10.1. The Sequential Counting Principle (SCP): A Problem-Solving Tool | The Counting Principle (J) |

10.2. Permutations | Permutations (J) |

10.3. Combinations | Combinations (J) |

10.4. Miscellaneous Counting Methods | Counting Problems (J) |

11. Probability | |

11.1. Sample Spaces and Probability | Introduction to Probability (ProfessorSerna) |

11.2. Counting Techniques and Probability | Intro to Probabilities in Statistics (Full Length) (R): This video clip covers from 11. 1 to 11.3. |

11.3. Computation of Probabilities | |

11.4. Conditional Probability | |

11.5. Independent Events | |

11.6. Odds and Mathematical Expectation | |

12. Statistics | |

12.1. Sampling, Frequency Distributions, and Graphs | Histograms in Statistics (R) Introduction to Histograms (J) |

12.2. Measures of Central Tendency: The Mean, Median, and Mode | Mean, Median and Mode (J) Ex: Find the Mode of a Data Set (J) Ex: Find the Mean of a Data Set (J) Ex: Find the Median of a Data Set (J) |

12.3. Measures of Dispersion: The Range and Standard Deviation | Measuring Variation: Range and Standard Deviation(J) |

12.4. The Normal Distribution: A Problem and Standard Deviation | Introduction to the Normal Distribution(J) Normal Distribution: Z-Scores (J) Normal Distribution: Find Probability Using With Z-scores Using Tables(J) Normal Distribution: Find Probability of Data Values Using Tables (J) |

12.5. Statistical Graphs: A Problem Solving Tool | Describing Categorical Data Using a Bar Graph, Pareto Chart, Pie Chart, and Pictogram(J) |

12.6. Making Predictions: Linear Regression | Introduction to Regression Analysis(J) Linear Regression - Least Squares Criterion Part 1( PatrickJMT ) Linear Regression - Least Squares Criterion Part 2( PatrickJMT ): Slope and y-intercept formula here look different. However, those are equivalent formula stated in our textbook. |

12.7. Scattergrams and Correlation | |

13.Your Money and Your Math | |

13.1. Interest, Taxes, and Discounts | The Simple Interest Formula (J) Ex: Determine an Account Balance Using Simple Interest (J) Compounded Interest (J) Ex 1: Compounded Interest Formula - Quarterly (J) Ex:Compounded Interest Formula - Determine Deposit Needed (Present Value) (J) |

13.2. Credit Cards and Consumer Credit | |

13.3. Annual Percentage Rate(APR) and the Rule of 78 | |

13.4. Buying a House | |

13.5. Investing in Stocks, Bonds, and Mutual Funds |

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