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Basic concepts of probability and statistics, and applications to the sciences, social sciences, and management. Probability, conditional probability, Bayes Formula, Bernoulli trials, expected value, frequency distributions, and measures of central tendency. Credit will not be allowed for MAT 102 if student has previously passed MAT 130; 102 will not be counted toward a major in the department.

Prerequisite: GSR 104 or MAT 055 or the equivalent, or permission of the Mathematics Program Director.

Program: Mathematics

Credit: 3

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