**The University of Tennessee at Martin**

**Department of Mathematics and Statistics**

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**Elementary Statistics and Probability**

**Mathematics 210**

**Section 001,002,007**

**Spring
2002**

**Credit Hours : 3**

**Instructor :** Dr.
D.A. McCullough

**Office : **422 Andy
Holt Humanities Building

**Phone : **587 –
7362 ( my office )

587 – 7360 ( departmental office
– to leave a message )

**E - mail :** desireem@utm.edu

**Office Hours : **Monday
7 – 8 , 10 – 12 , 1 – 3 ; Tuesday 7 – 8
, 1 – 2 ;

Wednesday
7 – 8 , 10 – 11 ; Friday 10 – 11 and also by appointment.

**Textbook :** ** Elementary
Statistics , **8th Edition , by Robert Johnson and Patricia Kuby

**Calculators :** You will need a calculator
for this course that calculates summary statistics and regression functions.
(TI 83 - Plus Highly Recommended) **YOU
MAY NOT SHARE CALCULATORS DURING ANY EXAMINATIONS OR QUIZZES.**

**Course Purpose, Goals and
Objectives :**

These
can be seen on the course syllabus on the departmental web page or viewed in my
office.

**Quizzes :** There will be homework problems for
each section that is covered. They will
not be graded . The homework will prepare you for the quizzes and exams.

There
will be quizzes given throughout the semester.
These quizzes will determine your quiz grade. **Quizzes can not be made up. No Exceptions.**
There will be approximately 150 quiz points during the semester. Each quiz will usually be worth 5 or 10
points toward your quiz grade. A total
of 120 points will be considered a perfect quiz grade. Anything above 120 will be bonus points and
will count toward your final grade.

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**Minitab : **There
will be Minitab assignments that will need to be completed in the computer
laboratories. They will be worth a
total of 30 points.

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**Exams : **There will be three in – class exams and a final
examination. Examination One will cover
Chapters 1 – 3, Examination Two will cover Chapters 4 – 7, Examination Three
will cover Chapters 8 – 10, and the Final Examination will be **Comprehensive.
The Final Examination is a MASS Exam and occurs on Friday, May 03, 2002
from 5:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. ** Each in – class examination is worth 100
points and the Final Examination is worth 200 points.

**MAKE - UP EXAMINATIONS ARE NOT GIVEN**. **If an
examination is missed for a fully documented reason the final examination grade
percentage will be substituted for the missed examination if you have notified
the instructor before the examination.
To substitute the final exam percentage for a missed examination provide
the instructor documentation for the missed examination and sign a form that
states that the substitution will occur.
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**Grading : **There will be a total of **650 points** possible in this
course. Letter grades will be assigned
as follows :

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**B 75 %
( 487 . 5 points )**

** C 60 %
****(
390 points )**

** D 50 %
****(
325 points )**

** F Less than 50 %**

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**The instructor reserves the right to lower these
cutoffs but never to raise them.**

**Attendance : **Attendance is expected. If you
have a conflict and cannot make it to class, you should notify the instructor.

**Basic Needs : You should bring** **your book, your calculator, your
pencil/pen, your homework solutions, and your paper to class** **everyday.**

**Academic Dishonesty : **

Academic
dishonesty is behavior in which a deliberately fraudulent misrepresentation is
employed in an attempt to gain undeserved intellectual credit either for one's
self or another. Academic dishonesty is not condoned or tolerated at The
University of Tennessee at Martin. Both parties will be severely penalized as
allowed by the university.

**Important Date to Remember :**

Last Day to Drop with an automatic
"W" Friday,
March 8^{th}

**Academic Disability :**

Any
student eligible for and requesting academic accommodation due to a disability is
requested to provide a letter of accommodation from P.A.C.E. or Student
Academic Support Center within the first two weeks of the semester.