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Building on the skills in Math I, students will begin this course with a review of graphing techniques, plotting linear equations, determining the equations of straight lines, as well as solving linear systems of equations graphically. The course will then focus on interpreting data related to the health sciences and other sciences using descriptive statistics and basic probability concepts. These concepts will include reliability and validity of data measurement, the construction and interpretation of statistical tables and graphical summaries, measures of central tendency and variation, probability rules and calculations, and normal distribution and central limit theorem as they apply to health care situations.
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