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View Website Real Analysis I fullcourse
Students will be given a thorough introduction to the analysis of real numbers.

View Website Real Analysis II fullcourse
Saylor's second course in real analysis takes the study of real numbers to a greater, more complex level.

View Website Recreational Mathematics: Brain Teasers video
This course provides random logic puzzles and brain teasers useful for entertainment and job interview preparation.

View Website Recreational Mathematics: Vi Hart video
Students will be exposed to recreational mathematics and view inspirational videos by Vi Hart.

View Website Regression Analysis fullcourse
Soumen Maity, Math—Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur)
Students in this course will learn about simple linear regression, multiple linear regression, model adequacy checking, and more.

View Website Seminar in Algebra and Number Theory: Computational Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry fullcourse Fall 2008
Steven Kleiman, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Topics in this undergraduatelevel studentled seminar course may include computational algebra and algebraic geometry.

View Website Seminar in Algebra and Number Theory: Rational Points on Elliptic Curves fullcourse Fall 2004
Daniel Rogalski, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students present a variety of topics in algebra and number theory in this seminar class led by math majors.

View Website Seminar in Analysis: Applications to Number Theory fullcourse Fall 2006
Dan Ciubotaru, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Undergraduate math majors in this seminar course integrate current journals and books into group discussions on analysis.

View Website Seminar in Geometry fullcourse Fall 2004
Emma Carberry, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students take turns giving lectures on Robert Osserman's classic book A Survey of Minimal Surfaces in this course.

View Website Seminar in Topology fullcourse Spring 2011
Andrew Snowden, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students in this seminar are introduced to topology, covering topics including fundamental group, homology, and cohomology in mathematical terms.

View Website Sequences, Series and Equations in Mathematics fullcourse
In this upperlevel math course, students skills in various mathematical applications like, graphs, ratios, geometry, trigonometry, and more.

View Website Sets, Counting, and Probability fullcourse
Paul G. Bamberg, Math—Harvard University
Develop the mathematics necessary to create probability models with this course from Harvard University.

View Website Simplicity Theory fullcourse Spring 2004
Itay BenYaacov, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course explores major concepts in the study of simple theories.

View Website Single Variable Calculus fullcourse Fall 2010
David Jerison, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students in this course study differentiation and integration of onevariable functions, and also touches on the infinite series.

View Website SingleVariable Calculus I fullcourse
Calculus I course provided by Saylor gives students materials and assignments to gain a thorough understanding of singlevariable calculus.

View Website Sirius Intermediate Algebra audio Spring 2011
This video podcast series discusses topics in the Sirius Intermediate Algebra textbook.

View Website Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Sciences audio Fall 2010
Fletcher Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course features an introduction to probability and covers hypothesis testing, linear estimation, and normal regression theory.

View Website Statistical Reasoning fullcourse
Statistical Reasoning from Carnegie Mellon University introduces students to the basic concepts and logic of statistical reasoning.

View Website Statistics video Summer 2010
American Public University's statistics course features instruction in binomial probability distribution and calculation, mean and standard deviation, central limit theorem, ChiSquare tests, and more.

View Website Statistics video Spring 2009
This statistics course provides study in the basic concepts of the discipline and is roughly equivalent to a firstyear course. It covers variance, averages, binomial distribution, and expected value.

View Website Statistics video Summer 2011
Philip Stark, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course covers probability and the fundamental concepts of statistics for business majors.

View Website Statistics fullcourse
Sean Laraway, Math—San Jose State University (SJSU)
In this class, students will learn statistics principles that can be used in everyday situations.

View Website Statistics audio
Learn basic notions and methods in statistics.

View Website Statistics 131A, 001 audio Fall 2010
Fletcher H Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course is typically about statistical inferences and geared for social and life scientists.

View Website Statistics 133, 001 audio Fall 2012
Fletcher H Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course is an introductory course to computationally intensive applied statistics.

View Website Statistics 2, 001 audio Fall 2012
Fletcher H Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Population and variables, standard measures of location, spread and association, and regression are all topics of this course.

View Website Statistics 20,003 mixed Fall 2010
Deborah Nolan, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This is an introductory math course with main focuses on probability and statistics.

View Website Statistics 21, 001 audio Spring 2012
Fletcher H Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course covers Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business with topics including descriptive statistics, probability models and related concepts, sample surveys, estimates and more.

View Website Statistics and Probability fullcourse
Saleha Naghmi, Math—Virtual University of Pakistan
This course introduces various methods and procedures of collecting, organizing, summarizing, presenting, and analyzing data.

View Website Statistics for Applications fullcourse Spring 2009
Richard Dudley, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course presents a broad interpretation of statistics, with a focus on science and industry statistical techniques.