## This page gives a weekly summary of deadlines, due dates, and dates for quizzes and exams. The page will be expanded with more precise information as the quarter progresses. Students should use this page as their main reference to know what is going on each week and what resources are available/required for that week.

Syllabus and Textbook Information is posted on the Math 10 Home Page.

NOTE: Almost every week has a quiz or an exam, given in class. Week 4 has both a quiz and a midterm exam. Midterm Exams are in Weeks 4, 7, 10. Final Exam is in Week 12.

## Schedule

### Week 1 1/7-1/11 2019

#### Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 notes needed this week.

#### Calculator Assignment Worksheet due Friday 1/11 of Week 1 at the start of class.

Print the calculator worksheet file, follow instructions for calculator work, fill
in answers and hand in.*If you don't yet have a TI-83 or TI-84 calculator, borrow one at the Library Reserve
or Tutorial Center **or use the app WabbitEmu on an android device (phone or tablet) - sorry there is no equivalent app for iPhone
or iPad.*

#### Airbnb Lab Worksheet Chapter 1

Print the airbnb lab and bring to class starting Wednesday of Week 1. We will use this in class.

#### Webassign opens this week on Thursday 1/10. Start your chapter 1 homework which is due Mon. 1/14 at 9pm

### Week 2 1/14-1/18 2019

#### Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 notes needed this week. Print Chapter Notes from the Math 10 Chapter Resources and Notes page

#### Webassign Chapter 1 Homework due Mon. 1/14 9pm

#### Quiz #1 - Tues 1/15 - Chapter 1

Bring a calculator. You are permitted one page of notes, hand written in your own handwriting, two sided, for each exam and quiz in this class. You can put whatever information you want in your notes, but you must write it there. You can not use notes that are downloaded, printed out or photocopied from any other source.

#### Chapter 1 Lab Worksheet Due THURSDAY 1/17 (Airbnb) - see link in Week 1

**Download:**** ** Baseball Home Team Advantage Project 2018

We may start this on Friday of Week 2; otherwise we will start it sometime in week
3.

Project is worth 50 points.

We will start it in class and select groups and start working - students will need
to finish it at home.*Bring to class starting Friday of Week 2. Due date will be posted after we have started the project in class.*

#### College Deadlines:

**Last Day to Add: Sat 1/19**

**Last Day to Drop: Sun 1/20**

The college strictly enforces these deadlines.

### Week 3 1/21-1/25 2019

Print and bring Baseball Home Team Advantage Project to class this week if we did not start it in week 2. Due date will be posted after we have started the project in class

#### No Class Monday 1/21 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Holiday - college closed

#### Chapter 3 notes needed this week.

Print Chapter Notes from the Math 10 Chapter Resources and Notes page.

#### Webassign Chapter 2 Homework due Tues. 1/22 9pm

#### Quiz #2 - Wed. 1/23 - Chapter 2

You need your calculator for this quiz!

You are permitted one page of notes, hand written in your own handwriting, two sided, for each exam and quiz in this class. You can put whatever information you want in your notes, but you must write it there. You can not use notes that are downloaded, printed out or photocopied from any other source.

#### Baseball Home Team Advantage Project 2018 (50 points) - see link in week 2

*Due date will be posted after we start the project.*

### Week 4 1/28-2/1 2019

#### EXAM #1 - Chapters 1, 2, 3 - FRIDAY 2/1 - full class period

**You need a PARSCORE FORM #1712 (from bookstore - see it here (about 40 cents each)****You need your calculator****You are permitted 1 page of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting which will be collected with the exam**. You are permitted one page of notes, hand written in your own handwriting, two sided, for each exam and quiz in this class. You can put whatever information you want in your notes, but you must write it there. You can not use notes that are downloaded, printed out or photocopied from any other source.- The exam is part multiple choice (see exam practice materials below) and part written answer (see quizzes for practice).
**Exam practice materials**

We finished Chapter 3 Probability on Monday and chapter 3 is on your first exam.

We start Chapter 4 Discrete Probability Distributions on Tuesday, but chapter 4 is
not on your first exam.

#### Webassign Chapter 3 Homework was re-opened and now due Thurs 1/31 9pm

Chapter 3 homework was originally due Tues 1/28 but on Tues 1/28 it was re-opened until the night before the exam.

#### A Practice Quiz for Chapter 3 is here.

It is homework for you to do the quiz and check your answers to assess your understanding
of probability.

The solutions are here.

- The practice quiz is not collected and is not included in your grade.
- Take the quiz without looking at the key so you can see what you can or can not do by yourself.
- Then check your answers for the quiz against the key AFTER you take the quiz.
- Get help as needed to understand the errors you made on the practice quiz.
- On Wed. or Thurs. we will go over the quiz in class, as time permits.
- The purpose of the practice quiz is to help prepare you for the first midterm exam later this week. Do the practice quiz even though it does not count in your grade, so that you will have feedback before the exam about what concepts and skills in probability you do or do not know, and where you need to put in additional effort to master the material.

#### Chapter 4 notes needed this week.

**College Deadline Fri. 2/1 - Last day to elect Pass/NoPass**

(in person at Admissions and Records) - they are generally closed on Friday afternoons, so go Friday morning or earlier in the week if you wish to elect this option.

### Week 5 2/4-2/8 2019

#### Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 notes needed this week.

#### Baseball Home Team Advantage Project 2018 (50 points) - see link in week 2

*DUE FRIDAY 2/8*

*DUE FRIDAY 2/8*

#### Webassign Chapter 4 Homework due Tues. 2/5 **9pm**

#### Quiz #3 - Chapter 4 - Wed. 2/6

Bring your calculator for this quiz.

You are permitted one page of notes, hand written in your own handwriting, two sided, for each exam and quiz in this class. You can put whatever information you want in your notes, but you must write it there. You can not use notes that are downloaded, printed out or photocopied from any other source.

### Week 6 2/11-2/14 2019

Chapter 7 notes needed this week.

#### Webassign Chapter 5 Homework due **Tues. 2/12** **9pm**

**Webassign Chapter 6 Homework due Tues. 2/12 9pm**

#### Quiz #4 - Chapters 5 and 6 Wed. 2/13

Bring your calculator for this quiz.

You are permitted one page of notes, hand written in your own handwriting, two sided, for each exam and quiz in this class. You can put whatever information you want in your notes, but you must write it there. You can not use notes that are downloaded, printed out or photocopied from any other source.

#### DOWNLOAD HERE - Chapter 7 lab worksheet (Scan pdf)

Print and bring to class starting Wed. this week.

Due Friday 2/22 next week (week 7).

Alternate Link Chapter 7 Lab worksheet (text pdf)

Fri 2/15 & Mon 2/18 NO CLASS Campus is closed for President's Day Holiday

### Week 7 2/19-2/22 2019

#### Mon 2/18 NO CLASS Campus is closed for President's Day Holiday

**Webassign Chapter 7 Homework due Tues. 2/19 9pm**

**A chapter 7 Practice Quiz is HERE.**

The quiz and answers are in the pdf same file. Blank quiz followed by quiz solutions.

This quiz is provided for PRACTICE ONLY. It does not count in your grade. We will
not go over it in class. If you do it and have questions, ask the instructor or go
to the tutorial center (S43) for help. This is provided to help you assess your understanding
of chapter 7 and to provide extra practice material before midterm exam #2.

#### EXAM #2 - Chapters 4,5,6,7 - WED. 2/20

EXAM was returned Fri 2/22.

- You need a PARSCORE FORM #1712 (from bookstore)
- You need your calculator
- You are permitted 1 page of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting which will be collected with the exam.
- Exam practice materials

#### Chapter 8 notes needed this week.

#### Chapter 8 Confidence Intervals

This week we completed the notes pages through the end of EXAMPLE 3 (average speed
of vehicles) and t distribution

We did enough work in Chapter 8 for you do be doing your chapter 8 homework after
Fri 2/22

We will finish the "sample size" calculations for confidence intervals in chapter
8 on Monday.

We may have some other "loose ends" in chapter 8 to finish on Monday

**Chapter 7 worksheet due this week - Fri. 2/22 - 16 points of your grade**

- Worksheet is posted in week 7 of this schedule and on Chapter Resources page
**If you were absent today 2/22 and did not hand in your worksheet,**then your worksheet will still be accepted IF you do the following

**1) submit by email: send photos or scans of all pages of your completed worksheet
by end of day 2/24 **The instructor will acknowledge receipt of your email submission (due by 2/24) before
Monday 2/25 by 10am

**The email photo/scan submission is your proof of "ontime" submission**

2) AND submit your paper copy exactly matching your photo/scan submission

2) AND submit your paper copy exactly matching your photo/scan submission

Only a paper submission will be graded, so you must be sure that you give the instructor your paper copy that matches your email submission - no changes.

If there are changes, it will not be graded and will earn a grade of 0 our of 16.

#### We did a chapter 8 classworksheet in class on Friday 2/22 - DUE MONDAY 2/25 - 6 points
of your grade.

Download a copy here

The worksheet is worth 6 points of your grade (depends on how many questions you answer
correctly)

BUT if you handed it in complete on Friday you get 2 extra credit points.

If you hand it in on Monday you can earn up to 6 out of 6 points.

If you do not do it, you earn 0 out of 6 points and it will hurt your grade in the
class.

This is part of the points in the grade for worksheets/projects/technology activities/etc

If you do not check the website to download and do this, then you do not earn points.

It was announced on Thursday that there would be classwork on Friday, and absent students
are supposed to check the website to keep up with class during their absence.

### Week 8 2/25-3/1 2019

#### SEE WEEK 7 for information about WORKSHEETS if you were absent on Friday 2/22

Chapter 7 Central Limit Theorem Worksheet posted in week 7 was due last week Fri 2/22

Chapter 8 ClassWorkSheet (average speed of cars confidence intervals) posted in week
7 is due this week Mon 2/25

#### This week: Finish up Chapter 8 Confidence Intervals

We did enough work in Chapter 8 for you do be doing your chapter 8 homework after
Fri 2/22

We will finish the "sample size" calculations for confidence intervals in chapter
8 on Monday.

We may have some other "loose ends" in chapter 8 to finish on Monday

**Chapter 9 notes needed this week: Hypothesis Tests Chapter 9**

Also print out about 4 copies of the Chapter 9 Solution Sheet to use for class examples this week.Webassign Chapter 8 Homework due Tues 2/26 9pm

#### Quiz #5 - Chapter 8 - Wed 2/27

Bring your calculator for this quiz.

Where we are in class at the end of this week:

- We are working in Chapter 9 Hypothesis Tests
- As of end of class on Fri 3/1, we'd finished examples A, B, C in the chapter 9 notes
and all of pages 1-7 (which includes example A).
- In 11:30 class we started example D but did not finish it.
- In 12:30 class we just finished example C and did not start example D

- Over the weekend, based on what we did in class, you should be able to do hypothesis tests for means (mu, average) with the alternate hypothesis containing > or < (this is a "one tail test"), similar to examples B and C.
- You should also be able to do a hypothesis test for proportions with alternate hypothesis containing > or < (one tail test), which is similar to example A (knee surgery example).
- We did not yet complete any hypothesis tests for "two tailed tests" with "does not
equal" in the alternate hypothesis.
- Example D on Monday will be a proportion test with "does not equal" in the alternate hypothesis.
- You are not yet able to do homework for "does not equal" in the alternate hypothesis unless you are "working ahead" of where we are in class.

- Also if you are not comfortable enough yet with proportion tests, you can wait for proportion homework until after we do example D in class.
- Your homework is due Wed 3/6 and your quiz is Thurs 3/7. The quiz will contain a complete hypothesis test of a mean, one tailed. It will also ask questions for setting up hypotheses and interpreting type 1 and type 2 errors in context of a word problem.

#### If you were absent on any days from Tuesday through Friday:

- You need to read the textbook and visit the tutorial center S43 to catch up on the hypothesis testing concepts and skills that you missed.
- Everything for the rest of the quarter builds on this basic concept, so its important to not "let it go", or future work won't make sense to you.

#### College Deadline to withdraw with W - Friday 3/1

### Week 9 3/4-3/8 2019

#### We will finish chapter 9 on Monday.

#### Chapter 10 notes needed this week

#### Webassign Chapter 9 homework due Wed 3/6

#### Quiz #6 Chapter 9 Thurs 3/7

- The quiz will contain a complete hypothesis test of a mean, one tailed.
- It will also ask questions for setting up hypotheses and interpreting type 1 and type 2 errors in context of a word problem.

We finished chapter 10 at the end of this week.

Here's what we covered in Chapter 10 this week:

Intro to Two Sample Hypothesis Tests

2 proportions (two tailed) - Example A

2 means independent samples sigma not known - Examples B (two tailed) and C (one tailed)

2 proportions (one tailed) - Not in online notes - revisited Airbnb data from week
1 lab

Friday - tests of means with paired (matched, dependent) samples - Examples F and
G (both one tailed - paired two tailed test is easier so we focused on the more difficult
set ups for the one tailed tests)

If you were absent Friday (many of you were), example F is in the online TEXTBOOK
- read it there to learn what you missed.

We start Chapter 13 on Monday - print Chapter 13 notes from Chapter Resources Page and bring them to class

Exam on Chapters 8, 9, 10 is Wed. 3/13 next week - week 10

#### Homework Due dates:

- Chapter 10 homework due Tues 3/12 9pm
- Read the instructions on the Chapter 10 homework before doing it. It will answer some frequently asked questions about this assignment ahead of time.
- Chapter 9 homework has been reopened until Tues 3/12 9pm

### Week 10 3/11-3/15 2019

#### We start chapter 13 on Monday

print Chapter 13 notes from Math 10 Chapter Resources and Notes and bring them to class starting Monday.

#### We will start Chapter 12 later in the week, after we finish chapter 13

print Chapter 12 notes from Math 10 Chapter Resources and Notes to class also this week

#### Homework Due dates:

- Chapter 10 homework due Tues 3/12 9pm
- Read the instructions on the Chapter 10 homework before doing it. It will answer some frequently asked questions about this assignment ahead of time.
- Chapter 9 homework has been reopened until Tues 3/12 9pm

** Exam #4 Wed 3/13 **

**Chapters 8, 9, 10**

21 multiple choice questions.

We finished chapter 10 on Friday last week.

You should look at the Exam practice materials that are online to get a flavor of what to expect on your exam. Same format, different
questions.

**You need a parscore form #1712****You need your calculator**- You are permitted 1 page of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting which will be collected with the exam.
- Exam practice materials
- There are also "extra practice - not for credit" assignments open in Webassign for Chapters 8, 9, 10 that you can use to do additional practice problems to prepare for the exam.

#### Homework Webassign Chapter 13,12: due Monday 3/18 night 9pm (night before 3/19 quiz on Chapter 12, 13)

#### Quiz #7 Ch 12, 13 - Tues 3/19

- Chapter 12 Linear Correlation and Regression and Chapter 13 ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) are both on this last quiz of the quarter.
- As of end of Friday 3/15, we have finished skills #1 through #8 on the "Checklist" on the last page of Chapter 12 notes.
- Your quiz can cover skills #1 through #8 from Chapter 12 Linear Regression and Correlation
- On Chapter 13 ANOVA analysis of variance, your quiz can cover doing an ANOVA test using your calculator.

### Week 11 3/18-3/22 2019

We will finish Chapter 12 on Monday. We will start Chapter 11 on Monday or Tuesday.

Chapter notes are on the Math 10 Chapter Resources and Notes page

#### Homework Webassign Chapter 13,12: due Monday 3/18 9pm

#### Quiz #7 Ch 12, 13 - Tues 3/19

#### Chapter 12 Linear Correlation and Regression and Chapter 13 ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)

- As of end of Friday 3/15 (last week, week 10), we have finished skills #1 through #8 on the "Checklist" on the last page of Chapter 12 notes.
- Your quiz can cover skills #1 through #8 from Chapter 12 Linear Regression and Correlation
- On Chapter 13 ANOVA analysis of variance, your quiz can cover doing an ANOVA test using your calculator.

#### The following will NOT be on your quiz.

- Skills #9, 10 from Chapter 12 Linear Regression and Correlation - see last page of chapter 12 notes to find that list.
- Analyzing computer output for ANOVA to determine which means are different and which are the same.

#### Homework Webassign Chapter 11: due Sunday 3/24 night 9pm

### Week 12 3/25-3/29 2019

**Check the Final Exam Schedule for exam day and time!**

**FINAL EXAM DATES**

**11:30 class Math 10.17 is MON. 3/25 at 11:30 am-1:30 pm**

**12:30 class Math 10.14 and Math 10H.14H is WED. 3/27 at 11:30 am-1:30 pm**

(for 12:30 class, note that the final exam starts 1 hour earlier than our regular class start time).

*Instructor is required by the college to give the final exams at these college officially
scheduled times.

**Students are required by the college to take the final exam at the officially scheduled
time for your class.

***You can not just decide to take the final exam with a different class section.
If you just decide to show up at the final exam time for a different class section
instead of your own official class section, there may not be a copy of the final exam
there for you to take the exam, which may result in a failing grade or may result
in a lengthy delay in your grade being resolved that could affect your ability to
remain enrolled in some of your spring quarter classes.

****The final exam dates have been posted in the syllabus for each class section since
the beginning of the quarter. They have also been available to look up on the college
website since the beginning of the quarter as well.

**Information for Final Exam:**

**FINAL EXAM COVERS CHAPTERS 1 - 13, all topics covered this quarter. **

**45 multiple choice questions, 3.5 points each.**

**Total of 157.5 points available out of 150.**

**See Exam practice materials page for links to a couple of practice final exams that accompany our textbook at OpenStax.**

- You need a PARSCORE FORM #1712 (from bookstore)
- You need your calculator
- You are permitted 2 page of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting, for the final exam.
- The notes are collected with the final exam. Exam papers and notes are NOT returned to students. If you want to keep a copy of your exam notes, please photocopy them, scan them or take a picture BEFORE the final exam.
- If you want to see your final exam after it is graded, you need to make a specific appointment with me - I am not teaching spring quarter so we'd have to make specific arrangements for me to come to campus to meet you when I am able to - I won't be available if you just drop by. If you come to see your final exam, you can look at it and ask questions about it, but you can not take pictures of it and can not keep the exam paper and can not keep the exam parscore form.

### Week 12: 3/25-3/29

Final Exam

**Check the Final Exam Schedule for exam day and time!**

- You need a PARSCORE FORM #1712 (from bookstore)
- You need your calculator
- You are permitted 2 pages of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting
- Exam practice materials