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Stat 324 : Statistics for Engineers

 

Instructor: Prof. Khalaf Sultan

Office: 2B20 building # 4

Office Hours:  Saturday , Monday  1:00 - 1:50 pm

 Text Book:

Title : Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists

Authors: R. E. Walpole and R. H. Myers

Edition: Latest available.

 Grading Policy:

Homework : 10%

Test No. 1 : 15%

Test No. 2 : 15%

Final Test : 60%

 Course Delivery:

There are two lectures per week. In addition there is a two-hour lab. Session for problems, questions, reviews, …etc.

 Homework and Testing Policies:

University and College policies on homework and examinations will be strictly enforced. Students are to work independently on home works and tests. They are to be handed in on time. No late home works will be accepted. Biweekly home works are given and are due a week later.

 Course Syllabus:

Week One:

Introduction and some simple discussions.

Week two:

  1. Sample space, events counting sample points (combinations only)(2.1- 2.3). 
  2.  Probability of an event, additive rules. (2.4, 2.5)

 

Week Three: 

 Conditional Probability, Multiplication Rule, Bay’s Rule (2.6-2.8).

 08/10/1428     - Bay’s Rule (continuation) – Chapter Review.

 

Week Four: - Random Variables (R.V.) , Discrete Probability distributions (3.1, 3.2)

 15/10/1428  - Continuous Probability distributions (3.3), Chapter Review.

 

Week Five : 

 Mean of  a R.V., Variance of  a R.V. (4.1, 4.2)

Moments of a  R.V.,

 Mean of a linear combinations of R. V’s,

Chebychev’s Inequality   (4.3, 4.4), Chapter Review.

Week Six:    

Discrete Uniform distribution. Binomial distribution (5.2, 5.3)

 29/20/1428   - Hyper geometric distribution. Poisson distribution (5.4, 5.5), chapter review.

Week Seven:  

 Normal distribution . Areas under the standard normal curve (6.1, 6.2)

  Applications of the normal distribution (6.3)

 

Tuesday 10/11/1428 . The First Med-term Exam  at :6:00 --- 7:30 pm

 Week Eight: 

 Random Sampling, Some important statistics, Sampling distributions (8.1, 8.2, 8.3)

  Sampling distribution of the mean from normal populations, t-distribution (8.5, 8.7)

 Week Nine:

Statistical Inference, Classical estimation methods, Estimation of the mean (9.1, 9.2, 9.4)

 Standard error of a point estimate, estimating the difference between two means ( of  two independent populations ),  (9.5, 9.7)              

Week Ten: 

 estimating a proportion (9.9)

  Estimating the difference between two proportions (9.10)

 Week Eleven:

Testing a statistical hypothesis, One- and Two-tail tests, Types of errors (10.1, 10.3)

 Testing means with  known population variance, Relation to confidence intervals  (10.4, 10.5, 10.6).

Week twelve: 

 Testing means with  unknown population variance,

Two sample testin(10.7, 10.8)

 Testing simple proportion and two proportions (10.11, 10.12)

Tuesday 29/12/1428 . The Second Med-term Exam  at :6:00 --- 7:30 pm

 

 Week Thirteen and Fourteen : 

 General revision

 

Note:

EXAMINATION TIME AND DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER DURING THE TERM

Assignments:

HW-1.pdf    

HW-2.pdf 

HW-3.pdf

HW-4.pdf 

Exams

1424-1245:  semester-1,   semester-2

1428-1429: Semester-1

        First Midterm ,  Solutions

        Second Midterm, Solutions

        Final, Solutions

Final Marks

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

1- The substitute of the first mid-term will be on 2/12/1428H

 

 

 

HW-1.pdf       HW-2.pdf       HW-3.pdf      HW-4.pdf
 
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