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## Mathematical statistics 133

 Modulekode WST 133 Kwalifikasie Undergraduate Fakulteit Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences Module-inhoud Descriptive statistics – Univariate:The role of Statistics, various types of data. Sampling, probability and non-probability sampling techniques and the collection of data. Frequency, relative and cumulative distributions and graphical representations. Additional concepts relating to data processing: sigma notation, factorial notation. Descriptive measures of location,dispersion and symmetry. Exploratory data analysis.Probability:Introductory probability theory and applications. Set theory and probability laws. Introduction to random variables. Assigning probabilities, probability distributions, expected value and variance in general. Specific discrete probability distributions (Uniform, Binomial).  Report writing and presentation. Identification, use, evaluation and interpretation of statistical computer packages and statistical techniques. Modulekrediete 8.00 NQF Level 05 Programme Service modules Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences Prerequisites At least 4 (50-59%) in Mathematics in the Grade 12 examination; BSc and BCom numeric stream students must be take WTW 133 concurrently. Contact time 1 practical per week, 2 tutorials per week, 4 lectures per week, Foundation Course Language of tuition Module is presented in English Department Statistics Period of presentation Semester 1

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