STAT 96A. Introductory Statistics with Developmental Mathematics. Data analysis process and the concept of randomness. Descriptive statistics: Summarizing the data distribution graphically and numerically. Reasoning about bivariate numerical data; linear correlation and regression. Linear, quadratic and exponential functions as a way of modeling a correspondence between two variables. Reasoning about bivariate categorical data. Basic concepts of probability. Discrete and random variables. Binomial distribution. Introduction to normal distribution. Lecture three hours. Prerequisite: A minimum ELM score of 44, and being placed in Learning Skills Program for one semester of developmental mathematics. Graded: Graded Student. Units: 3.0