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Statistics A/B

Learning Outcomes

Statistics A

This is the first semester of a year-long course on statistics and probability. In this online statistics course, you will learn how to make assumptions about an entire population based on a sample. This includes taking sample data and analyzing it using equations and graphs.

Pre-Requisites: Algebra II

Statistics B

This online statistics course will extend what you already know from Statistics A to include probability. Probabilities are used in our daily lives and affect our decisions. For example, if there's a 90% chance of rain, I'll consider taking my umbrella to work. If I'm playing poker have 2 pair, I will want to consider the probability of my opponents having a better hand before placing a bet. When making travel plans, I may want to include the probability of accidents on a plane vs in a car in addition to considering cost and time.

This semester-long online statistics course will teach you how to calculate basic probabilities and how those are used in statistics.

Pre-Requisites: Algebra II and Statistics A