### Arizona Western

Upon satisfactory completion of this course, students will be able to:

2.1 apply applications of statistical models to real-world data.

2.2 apply probability to models and experimental data.

2.3 apply financial formulas to real-world data.

2.4 apply exponential growth to real-world data.

Coconino CC

Students will:

- Calculate annuities and loan schedules
- Discuss the differences between simple and compound interest
- Solve various types of growth problems including exponential
- Solve various application problems
- Determine the probability of an event
- Understand the basic elements of the normal distribution
- Calculate descriptive statistics
- Solve problems involving optional topics

### MCCCD

- Distinguish between a subset and a proper subset. (I)
- Use Venn diagrams to solve applied problems involving the union, intersection, and complement of sets. (I)
- Distinguish between experimental and theoretical probability, and use each to solve applied problems. (II)
- Use conditional probability to solve applied problems involving dependent events. (II)
- Use probabilities to calculate odds, either in favor of or against a particular event, and vice versa. (II)
- Solve probability problems involving combinations and permutations. (II)
- Organize, analyze, and display data using multiple representations. (III)
- Calculate and interpret measures of central tendency and dispersion. (III)
- Calculate and interpret measures of location (percentiles and quartiles). (III)
- Solve applications using the normal distribution. (III)
- Solve applications involving loans and amortizations. (IV)
- Solve applications involving annuities. (IV)
- Calculate the annual interest rate given the annual yield and vice versa. (IV)
- Solve real-life problems using exponential growth. (IV)
- Use appropriate formulas and units of measure for composite geometric shapes and figures from real life problems. (V)
- Apply unit analysis skills to solve applied problems. (V)
- Use dimensional analysis to convert units of measurement between different systems. (V)
- Use written and verbal communication to describe process and results. (I-VI)
- Model and solve real-world problems. (I-VI)

### Pima Community College

Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- Apply basic counting principles as well as elementary probability theory.
- Apply basic descriptive and inferential statistics.
- Solve problems involving real world applications.

Performance Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- Apply the principles of counting in problem solving situations.
- Compute theoretical and empirical probabilities.
- Compute the mean, median, mode and standard deviation for a data set.
- Use statistics to analyze data.
- Solve interest problems using interest formulas for simple, compound and continuous interest.
- Analyze and solve problems using savings and amortization formulas.
- Analyze and solve problems using linear and exponential growth.
- Apply mathematical concepts to management, social science and other real world situations.

### Yavapai College

- Create and apply linear, quadratic and exponential models. (1) (QL 1-4)
- Apply the mathematics of personal finance, including compound interest, annuities, and amortized loans. (2) (QL 1,2,4)
- Apply the basic rules of counting: fundamental counting principle, permutations, and combinations to solve problems. (3) (QL 1,2,4)
- Apply basic rules of probability including compound events, conditional probability, and expected value to solve problems. (3) (QL 1,2,4)
- Calculate and interpret graphical and numerical summaries of data, including measures of central tendency and dispersion. (4) (QL 1-4)
- Use the basic properties of the Normal curve to solve applied problems. (4) (QL 1-4)
- Use dimensional analysis to make conversions with metric and U.S. measurement systems. (5) (QL 1-4)