College of Science

Courses

Probability & Statistics

Course Code C0501 Th 4 Pr 4 CrHrs 3

The aim of this course is to provide you with a review and reference for the mathematical techniques you will need in your calculus course. Some topics may be familiar to you while others may not. Depending on the mathematical level of your course. Each topic is covered in sufficient depth to allow you to perform the mathematical manipulations necessary for a particular problem without getting bogged down in lengthy derivations. The explanations are, of necessity, brief. If you are totally unfamiliar with a topic it may be necessary for you to consult an algebra or calculus text for a more thorough explanation.

          The purpose of this course is to present basic calculus concepts and show you how to deal with problems. In this way the development of the calculus comes about as a means of solving problems by using MATLAB laboratory

Distribution of Marks

Final Mark

Final Exam

Second Term

Mid-Year

First Term

100

Prac.

Theor.

Prac.

Theor.

Prac.

Theor.

Prac.

Theor.

20

30

5

5

10

20

5

5

References

SN

George B. Thomas, Jr. " Calculus", International Edition 11'th, Addison-Wesley, 2005.

1

Ross L. Fenny and George B. Thomas, Jr. " Calculus", Addison-Wesley, 1990.

2

Frank E. Junior and Fillip Schmidt, "Collage Mathematics", Shum's Series, McGraw-Hill Inc. 1992, Academia International 2001.

3

 

Basics of Statistic

Type of Data, Examples of Statistical Operations

Flow Chart, Distribution Data

Stem & leaf plot, Grouped Freq.

Examples

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Spread

(Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation)

Review

Probability Theory

Introduction of Probability

Sample Spaces & events

DE Morgan’s Law, Venn Diagrams

Examples

Examples