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# 134 Afe Weekly Study Plan

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Weekly Study Plan for AFE134: Business Statistics

SP1 2015

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|Weeks 1-2 |Introduction to Statistics|Business Statistics (BS) (Selvanathan |Module lecture recordings & lecture |Learning Statistics and Excel in |Introduce yourself to | |
| |and Data Collection |et al): Chapter 1, Chapter 2 |workbook (A1, A2, A3, A4) |Tandem (LSET), Chapter 1: |the class | |
|2 Mar – 15 Mar | | | |Introduction to Microsoft EXCEL & | | |
| | |Video recordings: |Set up your account to the APLIA site|Chapter 1 (BS): Appendix 1.A | | |
| | |A1 |so you can access the online practice| | | |
| | |A2 |and graded quizzes | | | |
| | |A3 | | | | |
| | |A4 |Practice Quiz PQ1 (week 1) – APLIA | | | |
| | | |Practice Quiz PQ2A (week 1) – APLIA | | | |
| | | |Practice Quiz PQ2B (week 1) – APLIA | | | |
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|Module B: Descriptive Statistics (Weeks 3-5) |
|Week 3 |Descriptive Statistics: |BS (Selvanathan et al): Chapter 3 |Module lecture recordings & lecture |Manual calculations: |Post any questions you | |
| |Graphical Descriptive |(Sections 3.1-3.3) and Chapter 4 |workbook (B1, B2) |Chapters 3 and 4 (BS): 3.2, 3.3, 3.7,|have on the module, | |
|16 Mar– 22 Mar |Methods | | |4.7, 4.12, 4.44, 4.45, 4.58 |readings activities | |
| |Data collection, Frequency|Video recordings: |Complete Weekly Homework problems | | | |
| |distributions, Graphical |B1 |Chapters 3 and 4 (BS) and Chapter |Using Excel: | | |
| |presentations |B2 |3(LSET) |Chapter 2 (LSET): Data Entry and Data| | |
| | |EXCEL: Drawing Bar Charts | |Manipulation, Examples 2.1; Chapter 3| | |
| | |EXCEL: Drawing a Histogram |Practice Maths Quiz (week 3) – APLIA |(LSET): Graphical Descriptive | | |
| | |EXCEL: Drawing a Scatter Diagram |Practice Quiz PQ3 (week 3) ) - APLIA|Methods, Examples 3.1-3.3; & Chapters| | |
| | | | |3 and 4 (BS) 3.1, 3.6, 3.11, 3.42, | | |
| | | | |4.8, 4.14, 4.42, 4.46 | | |
|Weeks 4 - 5 |Descriptive Statistics: |BS (Selvanathan et al): Chapter 5, |Module lecture recordings & lecture |Manual calculations: |Post any questions you |Online Aplia Quiz - |
| |Numerical Descriptive |Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.5 only; |workbook (B3, B4, B5, B6) |Chapter 5 (BS): 5.5, 5.10, 5.11, |have on the module, |Gradable (3.5%) |
|23 Mar– 5 Apr |Measures |Chapter 16, Sections 16.1 and 16.2 only| |5.13, 5.29, 5.32, 5.34, 5.42, 5.43, |readings activities | |
| |Mean, Median, Mode, | |Complete Weekly Homework problems |5.49, 5.65, 5.66, 5.74, 5.89, 5.90, | |Gradable Assignment Quiz 1 |
| |Variance, Standard |Video recordings: |Chapter 5 (BS) and Chapter 4 (LSET) |5.92 | |GAQ1 |
| |deviation, Coefficient of |B3 | | | | |
| |Variation, Empirical rule,|B4 |Practice Quiz PQ4 (weeks 4-5) ) - |Using Excel: | |Due: Week 5; |
| |percentiles, quartiles and|B5 |APLIA |Chapter 4 (LSET): Numerical | |11PM, Sunday |
| |Box-plot; Basic |B6 | |Descriptive Measures, Example 4.1; | | |
| |correlation and simple |EXCEL: Calculating Summary Statistics | |& Chapter 5 (BS): 5.13, 5.17, 5.49, | | |
| |regression. | | |5.54, 5.67, 5.73, 5.89, 5.90, 5.92 | | |
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|Module C: Random Variables, Discrete and Continuous Probability Distributions (Weeks 6-7) |
|Week 6 |
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|6 Apr - 12 Apr |
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|Week 8 |Introduction to |BS (Selvanathan et al): Chapters 9 &10 |Module lecture recordings & lecture |Manual calculations: |Post any questions you |Online Aplia Quiz - |
| |Statistical Inference and | |workbook (D1, D2) |Chapter 10 (BS): 10.1 - 10.4, 10.13, |have on the module, |Gradable (3.5%) |
|20 Apr – 26 Apr |Sampling Distributions | | |10.14, 10.17, 10.18, 10.20, 10.25, |readings activities | |
| |Data type, Problem |Video recordings: |Complete Weekly Homework problems |10.26, 10.27 | |Gradable Assignment Quiz 3 |
| |objective, Sampling |D1 |Chapter 10 (BS) | | |GAQ3 |
| |Distribution, Central |D2 | |Using Excel: | | |
| |Limit Theorem, Sampling | |Practice Quiz PQ8 (week 8) – APLIA |No activities | |Due: Week 8; |
| |distributions of the | | | | |11PM, Sunday |
| |sample mean and sample | | | | | |
| |proportion | | | | | |
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|Module E: Hypothesis Testing (Week 10) |
|Weeks 10 |
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|4 May – 17 May |
|Week 11-12 |
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|18 May–31 May |
|Week 13 |Index Numbers |BS (Selvanathan et al): Chapter 19, |Module lecture recordings & lecture |Manual calculations: |Post any questions you |Online Aplia Quiz - |
| |Simple price index, |Sections 19.1 to 19.4 only |workbook (G1) |Chapters 19 (BS) 19.2, 19.3, 19.9c-d,|have exam and unit as a |Gradable (6%*) |
|9 Feb – 15 Feb |Weighted aggregate price | | |19.10, 19.13, 19.14 |whole | |
| |index, Laspeyres price | |Complete Weekly Homework problems | | |Gradable Assignment Quiz 5 |
| |index, Paasche price index|Video recordings: |Chapter 19 (BS) |Using Excel: | |GAQ5 |
| |and the Australian CPI. |G1 | |No activities | | |
| | | | | | |Due: Week 13; |
| | | | | | |11PM, Sunday |
| |Unit review: Revision | | | | | |
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|Exam Week |Final Exam (60%) |

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