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GMS 201
Statistics and Analysis3.0 credit hours
Competence in generating and comprehending statistics is a basic skill in many professions. This course is a study of descriptive and inferential statistics and probability. Topics include analysis of centers and variability of data, correlation, regression, methods of data collection, probability and probability distributions, t-tests, Chi-square tests, F-tests and ANOVA. Prerequisites: College Algebra or ACT Mathematics sub-score of 19 or higher, or SAT Mathematics sub-score of 530 or higher.

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