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					                       MIME 4000 STUDENT COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE
                                       2010 Spring

The purpose of this questionnaire is to provide information so the department may assess if the
program educational outcomes are being achieved for each course and to provide for a systematic
approach to gather information so the department can continuously improve the curriculum.

Each of the questions relates to a specific topic or activity that should be covered in the course.

On the front side of the bubble sheet, at the very top where it says name, write the number of the course
such as MIME####. Do not put your name on the sheet.

Please rate your level of knowledge, skill or understanding for each of the questions using the scale:
    A = excellent level
    B = high level
    C = adequate level
    D = below the level expected
    E = little or no knowledge or skill or topic or
         problem area was not covered in this course.


Answer each question as it relates to the course or was demonstrated in the course.

1. What is your level of understanding of the concept of probability?

2. What is your level of understanding in distinguishing between discrete and continuous random
variables?

3. What is your level of ability to count sample points by using the theorems of counting?

4. What is your level of ability to calculate the probability of random events such as the number of
defective parts in a sample?

5. What is your level of ability to calculate discrete and continuous probability distributions given the
probabilities of random events?

6. What is your level of ability to calculate expected values of functions of random variables such as
means and variances?

7. What is your level of ability to recognize frequently used discrete probability distributions such as
the binomial and geometric distributions?




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8. What is your level of ability to recognize frequently used continuous probability distributions such as
the negative exponential distribution?

9. What is your level of ability to recognize probability distributions commonly used to analyze
parameters calculated from random samples?

10. What is your level of ability to calculate point estimates for statistics such as the mean and
variance?
11. What is your level of ability to calculate interval estimates for statistics such as the mean and
variance?

12. What is your level of ability to calculate the sample sizes required to estimate statistical parameters?




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