|By the end of this course, the student will be able to:
| 1. Calculate summary measures including point and interval estimators of population parameters and
| 2. Calculate probabilities for various experiments including experiments where counting formulas are
| 3. Describe sampling variability and how it applies to a real-world estimation problem.
| 4. Perform a hypothesis test to answer a specific research question and interpret the results.
|5. Calculate and interpret measures of association between two variables.|
Revised December 9, 2010