Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers

Statistical Science 2141B/L

Description: An introduction to statistics with emphasis on the applied probability models used in Electrical and Civil Engineering and elsewhere. Topics covered include samples, probability, probability distributions, estimation (including comparison of means), correlation and regression. Cannot be taken for credit in any 3-year or honors program or in any module in Statistics, Actuarial Science, or Financial Modelling.

Term: B/L

Prerequisite(s): Applied Mathematics 1413, or either Calculus 1000A/B or 1100A/B plus either Calculus 1301A/B or 1501A/B.

Antirequisite(s): All other courses or half courses in Introductory Statistics except Statistical Sciences 1023A/B, Statistical Sciences 1024A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 0.5 course.

Outlines of this course offered in past school years
Course Instructor(s) Outline Term School Year
SS2141A001 Hao Yu PDF A 2017/2018
SS2141A001 Ricardas Zitikis PDF A 2016/2017
SS2141A001 Ricardas Zitikis PDF A 2015/2016
SS2141A001 James Adcock PDF A 2014/2015
SS2141A001 Zinovi Krougly PDF A 2014/2015
SS2141A001 Zinovi Krougly PDF A 2013/2014
SS2141A001 TBA Instructor PDF A 2012/2013
SS2141A001 Zinovi Krougly PDF A 2012/2013
SS2141A001 Steve Kopp PDF A 2011/2012

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