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Mathematics Colloquia

Translation Lengths of Point-Pushing Pseudo-Anosov Maps of Riemann Surfaces. Chaohui Zhang, Morehouse College 

Thursday Feb. 19 2015 at 2:30pm in A 215


Computational Graph Theory. Brian Patterson, Oglethorpe University

Thursday Oct. 23 2014 2:30pm in A 216 (Student Center)


How small is too small? Modeling the effects of habitat fragmentation via reaction diffusion equations. Jerome Goddard II Auburn University

Monday Sept. 22 2014 2:30pm Ballroom B Student Center



Math 3261

MATH 3261 Statistical Methods
Prerequisite:MATH 2253
This course is designed to introduce the student to inferential
statistics. Topics include: Central Limit Theorem, sampling
distributions, statistical tests/confidence intervals for means and
proportions, inferences for correlation and regression, multiple
regression, Chi Square: tests of independence and goodness of fit
test, testing and estimating a single variance or standard deviation
(ANOVA). Appropriate technology may at times be used to
complement the learning process.