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==2009 Agenda for Lecture==  ==2009 Agenda for Lecture== 
Revision as of 08:55, 19 September 2011
Steve Koch 11:17, 4 October 2010 (EDT): In 2010, we had an impromptu discussion about how to report mean +/ standard error of the mean, and relation to the central limit theorem.
Contents
2011 Coin Toss Results
Google Docs Central Limit Theorem Example
Monte Carlo Google Doc CLT Example
Binomial Distribution
Wikipedia Bionomial Distribution
2009 Agenda for Lecture
 Discussion about labs; /Good lab notebooks;
 How to report uncertainty
 Make sure to always include units and uncertainty.
 Probability density function
 Histogram
 Central Limit Theorem
 Normal Distribution
 Possibly: How to graph results w/ theory
 Possibly: sensitivity for uncertainty propagation
Agenda for Labs
 Today you definitely need to talk with Koch about what needs to be included in your lab summary.
 Must finish taking data this week. Summary should be completed outside of class.

Must complete your handson "quiz" or interview with Koch.The inclass "quiz" is actually ongoing...but you can request one at the end if you think I may have a bad impression of your understanding.