Professor David Banks

In this course we learn about the use of probability and statistics in the natural and social sciences, and for public policy. The course requires a basic knowledge of simple calculus, including double integration. It is more advanced that STA 101; in particular, for those majoring in Economics, STA 111 is preferred.

The course will cover the following topics:

- Linear and nonlinear regression
- Probability models
- Risk analysis
- Hypothesis testing
- Estimation

Professor David Banks.
"Statistics 111: Probability and Statistical Inference."
*Duke University*.
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created 03/18/2014

modified 05/29/2014

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