# SPC MATH 1342 - Statistical Methods (2 pages)

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Math 1342 - Statistical Methods
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South Plains College Math 1342 Statistical Methods Policies and Procedures Purpose of Course To provide a standard course in the methods of analyzing data statistical concepts and models estimation tests of significance introduction to analysis of variance linear regression and correlation Textbook Elementary Statistics by Bluman 4th edition Supplies Any scientific calculator A graphing calculator is not necessary Attendance Refer to the current catalog Whenever absences become excessive and in the instructor s opinion minimum course requirements cannot be met due to absences the student will be dropped by the instructor Grade Determination Your final grade will be the average of the major exams and the final exam There will be no make up exams given A missed exam will receive a grade of 0 Since no grades are dropped in this course it is especially important to take exams on time or early if scheduled with instructor A 90 100 B 80 89 C 70 79 D 60 69 F 0 59 Cell Phones In this class the instructor reserves the right to ask a student to leave the class if a cell phone is left on and it disrupts the class This instructor defines disrupting the class as allowing the phone to ring or vibrate in class or answering the phone This is very disrespectful to other students around you and to the instructor Cell phones must be completely turned off for exams Disruption by cell phones during an exam will result in at least 10 points being deducted from the student s exam grade Homework Homework will be assigned daily Questions are taken at the next class period only You are responsible for keeping up to date and prepared No late homework will be accepted no exceptions So if you intend to miss make your homework the necessary travel arrangements or bring it in early Homework folders must be turned in the day of an exam no exceptions Dropping a course Refer to the current catalog The last day to drop LDTD is listed in the calendar included in this syllabus Tutoring and videotapes

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