Here are the slides and docs that I've made for the STAT 101 lab.

- Using a Z-Table, and tools on the TI-83/4/9 for the Normal Distribution
- Finding attributes of a Normal Distribution given incomkplete information

- Formulas for Linear Regression
- Using Linear Regression tools on the graphing calculator
- Making a Residuals Plot on the graphing calculator
- How to do a change of shape to one of your variables (logarithm for example) (see the last two pages of this document)
- Simple web-based guide that covers multiple topics in Linear Regression

- Examples of Probability Problems - marbles from a jar
- Using a Venn Diagram to assist in answering Probability problems
- Some Examples of Card Probabilities
- A Few Conditional Probability Problems
- Solutions to the above Problems
- More detailed solution to the Trail Mix on the Bus problem

- How to calculate Expected Value and Standard Deviation of Random Variables
- Info and examples of Bernoulli, Binomial and Geometric Distributions

- Central Limit Theorem and lots of examples for Chapter 18
- Confidence Intervals and Margin of Error
- Introduction to Hypothesis Testing with many examples
- More on Type I and II errors, and power of a test
- Comparing two Proportions, Inferences about the mean (using Normal and T distributions)
- An example of a hypothesis test comparing two population proportions

- my notes on some of the important things you should know from Chapters 1-9
- Probability Notes - What you should know
- My notes on Random Variables - What you should know
- A summary of Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis testing and other notes for the final exam
- A summary of the important calculator functions you need to know
- A detailed how-to guide for statistics on the TI83 or TI84
- A summary of the mathematical formulas we've learned.