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An introduction to descriptive statistics and methods of organizing, presenting, and interpreting data. Covers measures of central tendency, measures of association for two variables, and some multivariate analyses. Includes computer analysis of real data.

Prerequisite: MAT045 or the equivalent, SOC334 or permission of the instructor

Program: Sociology

Credit: 3

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