MATH 1530 The student who completes the course shall be able to: 1. Understand the concepts of levels of data and sampling. 2. Organize and graphically display data in various forms. 3. Utilize a calculator to determine the primary descriptive characteristics of a distribution of interval level measurements. 4. Solve general probability problems. 5. Solve binomial and normal distribution probability problems. 6. Determine confidence intervals for population means and proportions. 7. Conduct hypothesis testing relative to: (a) the mean for one, two, or multiple samples. (b) the proportion for one or two samples. (c) goodness-of-fit or test of independence for nominal level data. 8. Determine the correlation and simple linear regression relationship between two interval level variables. 9. Utilize a computer to execute a variety of statistical procedures. 10. Utilize statistical reasoning in a variety of practical application.