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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2024Year Liberal Arts Education Program 68154002 Foundation Courses 統計学[1歯工,1薬] トウケイガク Statistics ICHIHASHI MASARU イチハシ　マサル Kasumi 1st-Year,  Second Semester,  4Term (4T) Thur1-4：霞R304講義室 Lecture Lecture 2.0 B : Japanese／English 1 : Undergraduate Introductory 24 : Social Sciences 03 : Economics As pre-specialized education, which is organically linked to specialized education, Foundation Courses are aimed at providing students with the basic knowledge necessary to understand specialized studies in their chosen areas, and thereby providing them w To understand, acquire, and be able to explain the logical structure and system of the basic disciplines in accordance with each subject and the knowledge and skills necessary for further academic development. To learn the fundamental method of statistical analysisTo learn some applications of statistics to economic society lesson1 Addition Rule and  Conditional Probability lesson2 Bayes' theoremlesson3 Random variables and discrete probability density functionlesson4  Probability density functionlesson5 Joint probability density function 1lesson6 Joint probability density function 2lesson7  Representative distribution 1lesson8 Representative distribution  2lesson9 Population and sampleslesson10 Properties of sample mean and sample variancelesson11 Properties of expectations lesson12 Distribution by sample meanlesson13  Recursiveness of normal distributionlesson14 Test of hypothesis lesson15 Students' t-distribution and F-distribution Furushima, Ichihashi and Sakanishi (2007), Hajimete no Suri Tokei gaku (in Japanese), Kindai kagakusya. White board or blackboard Do some exercises with the textbook. By regular examination.In case I give you some assignments, those can be evaluated by maximum 30%.The rest will be evaluated by the regular exam. Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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