This course is a continuation of the material in MATH 1131 and MATH 2030. We continue to cover random variables (discrete and continuous), but now move into the multivariate setting. A major topic in this course is joint distributions and conditional expectations. The second half of the course looks at limit theorems and common distributions used in statistics. We also consider the z-test, power, t-test (one and two-sample) and anova.
This course requires a solid knowledge of univariate and multivariate calculus: especially double integration over non-rectangular regions, changing order of integration, change of variables, and maximization.
Instructor: Hanna Jankowski
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Office: N621B Ross
Office hours: Mondays 12:30-1:30 in Ross N621B and Fridays 12:30-1:30 in Ross N627. No drop-ins. The last day of office hours is Monday, April 8th.