MTH 37 - Elements of Calculus and Statistics for Biology Students 4 hours 4 credits

Ordinary differential equations and statistics and their applications, such as models of exponential growth and logistical models, steady–state solutions and the stability of solutions of simplest ordinary elementary differential equations and systems of equations, probability rules, data classification, graphical presentation of statistical data, measures of central tendency, regression analysis, examples of discrete (binomial) and continuous (normal) distributions, introduction to construction of confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. More advanced topics such as the Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem that require some calculus background.

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Prerequisites: MTH 31 or equivalent and ENG 02 and RDL 02 if required.

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