Stat 200.4- 6 Elementary Statistics

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Stat 200: Elementary Statistics - “This course will cover descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, probability,
binomial and normal distributions, statistical inference, linear regression, and correlation.”
4 credits
Prerequisite: 2 units in algebra
Goals - Please review the posted document at http://www.amstat.org/education/gaise/GAISECollege_Goals.pdf for the
goals for this class, pre / posttest based on these goals
Objectives - Please review the posted document at https://stat.psu.edu/education/learning-objectives/stat-200learning-objectives for the objectives for this class, final exam based on these topics
Overview –Lecture classes will have all sections combined into one; an online vocabulary quiz is due before the lecture
class at the start of each chapter, lectures will seek to apply terms and definitions from the textbook to problem solving
situations mirroring exam questions. Lab classes will be individual sections run by a TA (teaching assistant) and LA
(learning assistant) where students work on problem solving in groups with an in-class quiz in each lab session, due
before class ends that day. Project quizzes and exams are completed online outside of class. The calendar at the end of
the syllabus illustrates what will be covered each day in class, followed by what you are expected to do to prepare for
each class.
Course Details –
Instructor:
Jennifer (Jenny) Shook 416 Thomas
(814) 865 – 6164 forwards to cell phone (no texts)
Email: ANGEL Communicate – Quick Message – To: Jenny Shook, checked once daily
PSU email messages will not be read (University “best practice” to keep it all in ANGEL)
TA and LA:
Information announced on ANGEL when it is available
Office Hours:
SOH (Shared office hours) – all TAs qualified to assist in this course will hold office hours that
you may attend, first come, first serve; details posted on ANGEL when available
Instructor Hours – 416 Thomas Fridays 10am – 12 noon and by appointment Wed 2:30-3:30pm
Sections:
4
5
6
Materials:
Textbook – Utts and Heckard’s Mind On Statistics Fifth Edition (hard cover, looseleaf or Aplia
online eBook), access code for Aplia is optional for hardcover and looseleaf) (3rd, 4th ed not ok)
Computer – Two days each week you will have the use of a computer in class (lab). Outside of
class, most computer labs on campus can provide the same information as do the ones in class
(or use webapps.psu.edu). You will need to access ANGEL daily for all course information and
announcements
MF
MF
MF
101 Thomas
101 Thomas
101 Thomas
1:25-2:15pm
1:25-2:15pm
1:25-2:15pm
TR
TR
TR
214 Boucke
111 Boucke
214 Boucke
8:00-8:50am
9:05-9:55am
2:30-3:20pm
Course website:cms.psu.edu (ANGEL) contains all course materials including the syllabus, grade book, study
guides and practice exams, lecture notes, lab directions, data, vocab quizzes, lab quizzes, project
quizzes, exams to review, and all course announcements (Q&A Board). It is your responsibility
to check the Q&A Board for all announcements related to class prior to class each day
Course format: Read the textbook taking detailed notes on definitions and formulas and take the vocabulary
quiz before coming to lecture class (all done outside of the classroom)
Bring your notes and any necessary formulas and tables from the textbook to lecture class to ask
questions and practice what you have learned
Complete all in-class lab quizzes (you must be in class for these)
Complete all project quizzes, extra credit, and exams (done outside of the classroom)
Course agreement / policies – By maintaining your enrollment in this class, you agree to
S1. The Penn State Principles (http://www.psu.edu/ur/pdf/principles.pdf)
S2. Attend class regularly. Any prolonged lapse in class attendance may result in no opportunity for makeup
work or any other adjustments
S3. Check grades on ANGEL (ANGEL>Grades, updated weekly unless otherwise announced) and report errors in
person to the instructor within one week of their posting. Failure to do so will result in no adjustment for any
reason. Ignore the percentages ANGEL computes – they do not make sense with our points based grades
S4. Request no extra credit beyond what is already provided nor ask for extra points for any reason
S5. Use technology (computer, tablet, cell phone, etc) during class only for class purposes. Non-class related
activities may result in the confiscation of such devices for the duration of class.
S6. Discuss due date / time conflicts in person, by phone, or two-way conversation in ANGEL Communicate (you
send the email, you receive a reply and you read it) with the instructor before the due date / time and provide
necessary documentation. University approved conflicts (family obligations, interviews, religious observances,
University sports activities, etc) must have documentation. After any due date / time expires, there is no option
for any adjustments except emergencies outlined in S7. Work sent to your instructor in email will not be graded
S7. Conflicts due to serious and prolonged illness discussed after the due date / time will only be considered on
an individual basis with extended illnesses requiring documentation and illnesses that cause exam reschedules
possibly requiring immediate documentation. Failure to arrange make ups within one business day of returning
to classes will result in no make up
S8. Use ANGEL with an acceptable browser and internet connection. Completing work off campus is at your
own risk – immediately contact ANGEL Support (http://kb.its.psu.edu/cms/article/191) and your instructor by
phone if any submissions fail, otherwise the work will not count
S9. Check ANGEL’s Q&A Board for all course announcements prior to each class period. Post non-emergency
questions about the course policies or content on the Q&A Board and respond to student questions if you know
the answer
S10. Send email to your instructor about private matters (general course questions go on the Q&A Board) only
through ANGEL Communicate (http://kb.its.psu.edu/cms/article/383) and use proper email etiquette
(http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/694/1). Messages sent to the Instructor’s PSU address will not be
answered (University “best practice” to keep it all in ANGEL)
S11. Come to class prepared to demonstrate what you learned in the textbook reading, ask questions, and work
with classmates on everything but exams. Communicating in any way (talking, texting, writing notes, sharing a
calculator, etc) with other students during exams is not permitted and will result in a 0 for that assignment
S12. Take responsibility for your actions and your grades; seek help from office hours as soon as you need it; do
not share posted solutions or quiz solutions with other students or non-students; do not share scrap paper
during exams; do not give or sell posted notes, data, or solutions on ANGEL to anyone
S13. Complete assignments in a timely manner; schedule exams at the Testing Center in a timely manner; show
up for class and exams on time. Those late to lab may not receive time to complete the lab quiz. Those late to
an exam will receive a 0 for that exam
S14. Follow all rules and policies here, at the Testing Center (http://testing.psu.edu/Students/), and of the
University in our class and in every classroom on campus (no food or drink)
The instructor, TA and LA agree to
I1. Cancel class only in the event that both parties have an emergency; post an announcement about a cancelled
class on the ANGEL Q&A Board prior to the start of that class time
I2. Answer student questions without giving away answers
a. To the best of their ability based on the information provided at that time (student’s failure to provide all the
information may result in the miscommunication of ideas)
b. always when asked in class, having the proper preparation done before class starts
c. within 24 hours if posted on ANGEL’s Q&A Board or Communicate Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
d. within 48 hours if posted on ANGEL’s Q&A Board or Communicate evenings, weekends, or over breaks
I3. Grade assignments within one week of the due date / time. Exceptions will be posted on the Q&A Board. All
quizzes on ANGEL will be open for full review after the due time / make ups are completed
I4. Treat all students equally, making exceptions for no one to avoid partiality and bias
You are expected to complete all your own work in a collaborative setting for all assignments except exams. As a
reminder, the University has a policy on academic honesty. Cheating includes impersonating another student or letting
another student impersonate you, letting other students copy your answers, submitting a quiz early and sharing the
given answers with other students who have yet to submit their work, submitting answers based on posted solutions,
sharing scrap paper, communicating with other students in any way during an exam, using provided solutions to check
your answers before turning in your work, submitting answers based on posted solutions, selling posted notes or
solutions to anyone. You are expected to abide by the procedures set forth in the University’s document at
http://www.psu.edu/dept/ufs/policies/47-00.html#49-20 . First failure to comply will result in a grade of 0 on the
assignment, the second will result in a F for the course.
Penn State welcomes students with disabilities into the University's educational programs. If you have a disabilityrelated need for reasonable academic adjustments in this course, contact the Office for Disability Services (ODS) at 814863-1807 (V/TTY). For further information regarding ODS, please visit the Office for Disability Services Web site at
http://equity.psu.edu/ods/. In order to receive consideration for course accommodations, you must contact ODS and
provide documentation (see the documentation guidelines at http://equity.psu.edu/ods/guidelines/documentationguidelines). If the documentation supports the need for academic adjustments, ODS will provide a letter identifying
appropriate academic adjustments. Please share this letter and discuss the adjustments with your instructor as early in
the course as possible. You must contact ODS and request academic adjustment letters at the beginning of each
semester. Lab and vocabulary quizzes are already adjusted for double time.
Course Requirements –
Semester Exams: 30 points, two during the semester, 15 points each, 30 multiple choice questions, 60 minutes,
taken at the Testing Center, you pick the time slot on the exam day. No exam scores are dropped. You
will receive an email requesting you to sign up for a time slot approximately one week before each exam
date. Failure to schedule a time slot in a timely manner will result in a 0 for your exam score. Please
view the material at http://testing.psu.edu/Students/ if you are unfamiliar with the testing center. If
you experience technology issues during the exam, immediately report your error. Failure to follow the
course policies about exams or the Testing Center rules will result in a 0 for your exam score. Exam
details and a practice exam appear in the Study Aids folder in ANGEL>Lessons. You are allowed to have
something to write with and scrap paper will be provided but must be turned in. Necessary formulas,
tables and a calculator will be provided as a pop up in each question of the exam. Exams will be open
for review on ANGEL after all students have completed the assignment
Final exam: 30 points, cumulative, 30 multiple choice questions, 60 minutes, as scheduled by the University.
Check elion Feb 16 for our exam schedule (usually scheduled Thurs or Fri of finals week). If you have a
conflict, you must file with the registrar’s office between Feb 16 and March 6; late requests denied.
Failure to show up on time for your final exam or failure to follow the rules for the final exam will result
in a 0 for your score. Final exam details and a practice final exam appear in the Study Aids folder in
ANGEL>Lessons. You are allowed to have something to write with and scrap paper will be provided but
must be turned in. Necessary formulas, tables and a calculator will be provided in each question of the
exam, although this exam will not require a calculator like the semester exams do
Projects: Two quizzes, 10 points total, taken on ANGEL outside of class (number of questions vary, between 20
and 25, 60 minutes, one chance) due at 11:59:59pm on the due dates. No project quiz scores are
dropped. These quizzes are like exams – once you start, the timer counts down and the quiz will submit
when time expires – there is no pause. Details are available on ANGEL for each assignment. Prepare
your work as outlined on the guidelines file and open the timed quiz only when you are ready to submit
your work (similar to lab quizzes). Quizzes may have multiple choice or fill in the blank questions that
ANGEL will grade. Failure to submit the quiz before the due date / time will result in no score for that
quiz. Answers will be available for review upon submission – it is your responsibility to make sure they
are as you entered them. Requests not made immediately after submission about submission errors will
not be considered
Lab Quizzes: One quiz per lab class, 20 points total, questions from the textbook completed using statistical
software Minitab listed on ANGEL (5 to 10 multiple choice or fill in the blank questions, 20 minutes, one
chance), due before the lab class ends. Five out of the 25 lab quizzes are dropped so no make ups will
be given until five quizzes have been missed with supporting documentation and discussion with your
instructor. Quizzes are available on ANGEL from the time your lab starts until it ends
Vocabulary Quizzes: One quiz per chapter, 10 points total, (10 multiple choice questions, 20 minutes each,
unlimited attempts before the due time, highest score counts); taken on ANGEL outside of class due
before the lecture class that starts the material. Five out of the 15 vocab quizzes are dropped so no
make ups will be given until five quizzes have been missed with supporting documentation and
discussion with your instructor. Quizzes are available on ANGEL starting from the first day of classes
until the class time when the material is started; you do not have to wait until right before class to take
the quiz. Failure to submit the quiz before the due date / time will result in no score for that quiz
Required Extra Credit: cannot be made up; no extra credit beyond this will be created; 10 points total
Pretest: Math and problem solving assessment worth up to 2 points of extra credit for your attempt,
taken at the testing center just like exams. Details are exactly like exams except 20 questions in 60
minutes, due between Jan 20 and 26, 2015
Posttest: Math and problem solving assessment worth up to 2 points of extra credit for accuracy, taken
at the testing center just like exams. Details are exactly like exams except 20 questions in 60 minutes,
due between April 27 and May 1, 2015
Syllabus Quiz: Online quiz on ANGEL with unlimited attempts worth up to 2 points of extra credit for
accuracy to assess your understanding of the syllabus due by 11:59:59pm on Jan 20, 2015
Practice Exams: 2 practice quizzes with unlimited attempts worth up to 2 points extra credit each for
accuracy, before exams, due by 7:59:59am the day of each exam. There is no extra credit awarded on
the final exam practice posted on ANGEL
Makeup Policy (based on S1, S2, S6, S7, S12, and S13 above): Forgetting to turn in an assignment does not
warrant a makeup; please don’t ask. All makeup requests for any reason must be discussed with your
Instructor prior to the due date / time of the assignment either in person with supporting
documentation, over the phone (if there is no answer, leave a message slowly and clearly stating your
name, course number and section number, ANGEL ID, and a way to contact you – phone number to call
back, text, or email in ANGEL Communicate) with two way communication happening before the due
date /time, or in ANGEL Communicate (with supporting documentation for the reason and a way to
complete the conversation quickly – phone number, text, or reply where you will check it before the due
date / time) with two way communication happening before the due date /time. Requests made
through the Instructor’s PSU email account will be denied. Only serious medical emergencies discussed
after the due date / time may be considered
Students adding the class after the first day of classes will have one business day after enrollment to
contact the Instructor about making up missed assignments; students waiting longer than this will not
be able to make up missed work. Assignments regularly due for the class will start to apply to such
students two business days after the day of enrollment. All agreed upon makeup work is due within five
business days of enrollment in the manner discussed with the Instructor
Conflicts for exams must be entirely arranged (discussed and agreed upon by you and the instructor)
before the actual exam. Conflicts due to medical emergency will be rescheduled within 24 hours of the
original exam time and may require documentation and may result in a slightly different (but not harder
nor easier) exam. Conflicts due to serious medical issues that prevent the reschedule in 24 hours must
have supporting documentation and will result in a slightly different (but not harder nor easier) exam
Conflicts for the final exam must be scheduled through the registrar’s office
(www.psu.edu/oue/aappm/F-3.html). Conflict requests for the final exam after the filing period has
ended will be denied. Conflicts for the final exam due to serious medical emergency or University
events with supporting documentation will be considered on an individual basis
Conflicts with project and vocabulary quiz due dates / times will be considered on an individual basis
only. If you have a conflict with the exact due date / time, please complete the quiz early
Conflicts with lab quiz due dates / times will be considered on an individual basis only after the first five
0’s have occurred with documented reasons for missing those and additional classes
Conflicts with extra credit quizzes will result in 0 extra credit for that assignment. Extra credit cannot be
made up; students adding the class after the extra credit due date cannot make up that extra credit
Course Grading – All grading will be updated weekly on ANGEL>Grades. Please ignore ANGEL’s calculations of
percentages as they do not make sense with our point-based grading system. Check your scores
regularly; failure to report discrepancies within one week of posting will result in no adjustment
Summary:
Semester Exams
Final Exam
Projects
Lab Quizzes (best 20)
Vocab Quizzes (best 10)
Exam practice (extra credit)
30
30
10
20
10
10
Total: 110
Final scores are based on 100 points; this is a curve; requests for individual adjustments for reasons not
noticed until much later than the grade posting date or reasons of being just a point away from a
different letter grade will be denied; requests for extra assignments or late make ups will be denied
If your point total is:
93 and above
90 – 92.9
87 – 89.9
83 – 86.9
80 – 82.9
77 – 79.9
70 – 76.9
60 – 69.9
59.9 and below
or you have lost up to:
7 points
10 points
13 points
17 points
20 points
23 points
30 points
40 points
100 points
Your letter grade is:
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
D
F
Disclaimer – This course will run as outlined herein. However, if something unexpected happens (like severe weather)
and the University closes, adjustments may be made in the way assignments are turned in. Such adjustments
will be posted immediately following the closing on the Q&A Board on ANGEL. Messages in ANGEL
Communicate or voicemail may not be responded to in a timely manner due to such circumstances
200:4-6 Semester Schedule: Lab days have quizzes due in class, most lecture days have quizzes due before class
Week:
Monday – Lecture
Tuesday – Lab
Thursday – Lab
Friday – Lecture
1: Jan 12-16
Syllabus, Vocab Ch 1 due
before class, Ch 1
Survey
Ch 2 continued
2: Jan 19-23
No classes
Quiz Ch 2a, syllabus quiz
due by 11:59:59pm, Pretest
start date
Vocab Ch 2 due before class,
Ch 2 lecture in lab (no lab
quiz)
Quiz Ch2b,
Work on Project 1, Take
pretest?
Vocab Ch 3 due before
class, Ch 3
Take pretest?
3: Jan 26-30
Quiz Ch 3a, Work on
Project 1
Quiz Ch 3b,
Work on Project 1
Ch 4 continued
Quiz Ch 4,
Work on Project 1
Quiz Ch 6,
Work on Project 1
Quiz Ch 7b, check final
exam schedule
Quiz Ch 8b
Quiz Ch 5,
Work on Project 1
Quiz Ch 7a, Project 1 due by
11:59:59pm
Quiz Ch 8a, file for conflict
final exam?
Quiz Ch 8c
Vocab Ch 6 due before
class, Ch 6
Ch7 continued
Quiz Ch 8d
Quiz Ch 9
9: Mar 16-20
Vocab Ch 4 due before
class, Ch 4, Last day to
take pretest
Vocab Ch 5 due before
class, Ch 5
Vocab Ch 7 due before
class, Ch 7
Vocab Ch 8 due before
class, Ch 8
Exam 1: Ch 1-7, no
lecture class, extra credit
practice 2 due by
7:59:59am
Vocab Ch 9 due before
class, Ch 9
This is the last
Ch 10 continued
week to file
Quiz Ch 10a
for a conflict
Quiz Ch 10b
10: Mar 23-27
Ch 11 continued
Quiz Ch 11a
Quiz Ch 11b
11: Mar 30-Apr 3
Ch 12 continued
Quiz Ch 12a
Quiz Ch 12b
12: Apr 6-10
Ch 13 continued
Quiz Ch 13a
Quiz Ch 13b
13: Apr 13-17
Vocab Ch 15 due before
class, Ch 15
Exam 2: Ch 8-15, no
lecture class, extra credit
practice 2 due by
7:59:59am
Final Review,
Posttest start date
Quiz Ch 14
Quiz Ch 15
Vocab Ch 10 due before
class, Ch 10
final exam
Vocab Ch 11 due before
class, Ch 11
Vocab Ch 12 due before
class, Ch 12
Vocab Ch 13 due before
class, Ch13
Vocab Ch 14 due before
class, Ch 14
Ch 17
Quiz Ch 17
Work on Project 2
Project 2 Review
4: Feb 2-6
5: Feb 9-13
6: Feb 16-20
7: Feb 23-27
8: Mar 2-6
14: Apr 20-24
15: Apr 27-May 1
Work on Project 2
Take posttest?
Project 2 due by
11:59:59pm,
Take posttest?
Final exam as scheduled by the University via Elion Feb 16 (usually on Friday of finals week).
Ch 8 continued
Ch 8 continued, file for
conflict final exam?
Final Review,
Last day to take posttest
What to do before coming to class:
Week:
Monday – Lecture
1: Jan 12-16
Read the syllabus
Read chapter 1 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 1 quiz
(textbook on reserve in the
library or use the free
aplia.com trial)
If you have not already done
so, purchase a textbook
(hard copy, LL – looseleaf, or
Aplia.com eBook)
2: Jan 19-23
Sometime between Jan 20
and 26, take the Pretest for
2 points extra credit (full
credit for an honest
attempt)
Make sure you understand
every word on the syllabus
Tuesday – Quiz due in
class*
Know your section
number and room
location for lab and
plan to show up early
enough to get a seat at
a working computer
Look on the lessons tab
on ANGEL to familiarize
yourself with the way
the class is organized
Sign up to take the
Pretest at the testing
center between Jan 20
and 26
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz (not all parts of
every question will
require Minitab) and
review the Minitab
directions in the
textbook
Thursday – Quiz due in
class*
Read chapter 2 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 2 quiz
(class today will be more like
our traditional lecture class
due to the holiday next
week, no lab quiz)
*Be prepared to finish the
lab questions using Minitab
in class and submit your
work by taking the in-class
lab quiz or practice using
Minitab on your own at
webapps.psu.edu
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz
(not all parts of every
question will require
Minitab) and review the
Minitab directions in the
textbook
Friday – Lecture
Start working on the
textbook questions for the
lab quiz next week and the
odds for practice
If you want to use
webapps.psu.edu for Mintab
on your own computer, save
all the data files from the
textbook to your PSU “My
Documents” storage while
on a campus computer.
Contact the Help Desk for
more information about
webapps.
Read chapter 3 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 3 quiz
3: Jan 26-30
and the links it references,
take the syllabus quiz until
you earn 2 points extra
credit
Read chapter 4 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 4 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Work on Project 1
Review all your notes and
start studying for exam 1 by
doing the posted practice
problems
Work on Project 1
4: Feb 2-6
Read chapter 5 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 5 quiz
Study for exam 1
Read the Project 1
Guidelines and start
working on it
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 6 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 6 quiz
Study for exam 1
Work on Project 1
5: Feb 9-13
Read chapter 7 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 7 quiz
Work on Project 1
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Study for exam 1
Finalize your project 1 work
Work on Project 1
6: Feb 16-20
Read chapter 8 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 8 quiz
Study for exam 1, sign up for
exam 1 at testing.psu.edu
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare to take the Project 1
Quiz before today ends
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Check your final exam
schedule on elion and file for
a conflict final exam if you
have overlapping final exam
times or 3 or more
consecutive exams (your
instructor cannot reschedule
your exam for you)
Study for exam 1
Study for exam 1
7: Feb 23-27
Finish studying for exam 1;
today is exam day so do not
meet in the lecture hall for
class. Instead, go to the
testing center to take your
exam
8: Mar 2-6
Read chapter 9 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 9 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Study for exam 1, take the
practice exam until you get 2
points extra credit
Review chapter 8 and learn
how to use the z-table
because we will be using it
or a similar table for the rest
of the semester- bring all
your tables to class from
today through the end of
the semester
Read chapter 10 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 10 quiz
9: Mar 16-20
10: Mar 23-27
Read the Project 2
Guidelines and start working
on it
Review all your notes and
start studying for exam 2 by
doing the posted practice
problems
Work on project 2
Study for exam 2
11: Mar 30-Apr
3
Work on project 2
Study for exam 2
12: Apr 6-10
Work on project 2
Study for exam 2
13: Apr 13-17
Read chapter 15 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 15 quiz
Study for exam 2, sign up for
exam 2 at testing.psu.edu
14: Apr 20-24
15: Apr 27-May
1
Finish studying for exam 2;
today is exam day so do not
meet in the lecture hall for
class. Instead, go to the
testing center to take your
exam
Sign up to take the Posttest
at the testing center
between April 27 and May 1
Review your exams and
bring any questions to class
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab
quiz, review the
Minitab directions in
the textbook and
attend SOH for help
with questions you do
not understand
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 11 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 11 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 12 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 12 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 13 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 13 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 14 and take
notes on definitions and
examples, complete the
vocabulary for Ch. 14 quiz
Prepare the textbook
questions for the lab quiz,
review the Minitab
directions in the textbook
and attend SOH for help
with questions you do not
understand
Read chapter 17 and take
notes on definitions and
examples
Study for exam 2
Work on project 2
Study for exam 2
Study for exam 2
Study for exam 2
Study for exam 2, take the
practice exam until you get 2
points extra credit
Review your project 2 work
and bring questions to class
Work on project 2
Work on project 2
Finalize your project 2 work
Study for the final exam
Work on project 2
Prepare to take the Project 2
Quiz before today ends
Study for the final exam
Study for the final exam
Sometime between now and
May 1, take the Posttest for
2 points extra credit (based
on the grade you earn)
Study for exam 2
Review all your notes and
bring any questions to class
Study for the final exam
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