(formerly STAT-2210) The main objective of this course is to introduce the basic concepts of descriptive statistics, statistical inference, and the use of statistical software such as MINITAB to students in any discipline. More time is spent on statistical inference than on descriptive statistics. Topics include frequency distributions, descriptive statistics, rules of probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, random sampling and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, one- and two-tail tests of hypotheses, and correlation and linear regression. Prerequisite: Grade XII academic Mathematics NOTE: Credit will not be allowed for Statistics 1210 if a student has received credit for any of the following courses: Business 2510, Education 4810, Psychology 2710 and Sociology 3320. Credit for Statistics 1210 will not be allowed if taken concurrent with or subsequent to Statistics 1910. 06-09-2018-29-11-2018 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:30AM - 09:45AM, McDougall Hall, Room 242