MTH 216 Week 1 MyMathLab® Study Plan for Week 1 Checkpoint

MTH 216 Week 1 MyMathLab® Study Plan for Week 1 Checkpoint

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 MTH 216 Week 1 MyMathLab® Study Plan for Week 1 Checkpoint

Access the Practice/Simulation/Homework/Game tab.




Click External Content Launch to access MyMathLab® .


Click Homework and Tests in MyMathLab® at the top-left of the screen.


Click Study Plan for Week 1 Checkpoint.


Click the green Practice button next to the first un-mastered objective.


Complete the practice problems until you feel ready for a quiz.


Click the Close button. Return to the Study Plan for the Weekly Checkpoint.


Click the Quiz Me button.


Correctly answer the questions to earn the Mastery Point (MP). There may be 2-3 questions per Quiz Me.







Note: If you do not correctly answer the questions in the Quiz Me, you must click Practice and successfully complete at least 1 practice problem before you can retake the Quiz Me. You can follow this process and attempt each Quiz Me as often as necessary.





After earning the Mastery Point for the first objective, continue working in the Study Plan using the same process described above until you have earned all Mastery Points for the Week.


Important Note: You must earn at least 60% of the Mastery Points this Week before moving on to the Checkpoint. It is highly recommended that you earn 100% of the Mastery Points before moving on to the Checkpoint.




5.A Fundamentals of Statistics





Decide if a statement involving statistics makes sense.


Understand the definitions of sample, population, sample statistic, and population parameter.


Apply the five basic steps in a statistical study.


Analyze fundamentals of statistical sampling.


Identify the type of statistical study.


Find and interpret confidence intervals.


5.B Should You Believe a Statistical Study?




Decide if a statement involving statistical studies makes sense.


Identify flaws and bias in studies.


Identify missing information in study reporting.


Identify flaws in reporting on studies.





5.D Graphics in the Media





Decide if a statement involving statistical graphics makes sense.


Interpret multiple bar graphs, stack plots, contour maps, and other media graphs


Construct graphical displays for given data sets.





5.E Correlation and Causality





Determine whether variables are correlated.


Create scatterplots.
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