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Prince George’s Community College
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Cis 1140 - GENERAL INFORMATION

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CIS1140 REF LD02 GENERAL INFORMATION Fall 2009 Welcome to CIS 1140 I look forward to working with you Here is important information about the course Challenge yourself to do your best 1 INSTRUCTOR Prof Jim Chaires E MAIL CAT 229F OFFICE HOURS TTh 1 2 pm MW 1 30 2 30pm W 9 10pm 301 322 0772 DEPARTMENT 301 322 0421 jwchaires hotmail com or chairejw pgcc edu Put CIS1000 in the 1 line WEBSITE 2 OFFICE PHONE st of the subject 3 TEXTBOOK academic pgcc edu jchaires or pgcc edu Faculty Staff Faculty Home UNDERSTANDABLE STATISTICS Ninth Edition by Brase Brase Required SUPPLEMENT Student Solutions Manual Recommended Pages C Chaires J 4 CALCULATOR The Texas Instruments TI 83 or TI 84 any model of these calculators is required for this class 5 GRADE Your COURSE GRADE is based on You may view your grades and average at my website 3 PROBLEM TESTS 100 pts each 3 LANGUAGE TESTS 50 pts each 3 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS 25 pts each 2 COMPUTER ASSIGNMENTS 25 pts each THE FINAL EXAM 100 pts 7 LANGUAGE TESTS are based on the language handout sheets given in the classroom 8 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS are due on the day of THE PROBLEM TEST for that block You must show the details of your work for credit Please turn in your work on single sheets of paper and not in a notebook If a calculator is used to get the answer show the numbers operations or program name Late homework is worth 75 of its full value No work No credit 0 You must turn in the work to get homework credit 9 COMPUTER ASSIGNMENTS show how the computer is used to do problems Handouts will be provided EXPECTED COURSE OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to 1 Analyze and classify data using graphs histograms and box plots 2 Compute measures of location and variation 3 Estimate parameters and interpret data to make decisions and predictions 4 Test hypotheses and interpret data to make decisions 1 OFFICE VISITS You are welcome to come to my office when you need help with the course 2 ATTENDANCE Please



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