Welcome to the Webpage of Updated 8/24/2016 11:50 AM
Dr. Charles Pautler
Devilbiss Room 111 Phone:
4106775381 during Office Hours ONLY
Email: cppautler@salisbury.edu I will
frequently send you emails
—check your account regularly.
Office Hours(see signup link):
Tues & Thurs 9:30 – 12:00
I am available by email—almost 24/7—use this
tool!
Any student who
feels that they may require an accommodation in this course, based on the
impact of a disability, should contact me as soon as possible to arrange for a
meeting to coordinate any and all accommodations. As the final exam in
this course is in electronic format, any student requiring the use of assistive
technology during this assessment should speak to me directly as soon as
possible. Any student who wishes to contact the Office of Student Disability
Support Services, for further information, should do so by: calling
4106776536 (voice) or 4105436083 (TTY); emailing disabilityservices@salisbury.edu;
or visiting Guerrieri University Center, Room 263.
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LINKS TO FILES FOR MATH 155 STUDENTS—Fall 2016
Syllabus (Check for updates) htdocs\Dr.
Pautler Math 155 Syllabus Fall 2016.docx
Statistical Problem Solving Flow Chart htdocs\Statistical
Problem Solving Flowchart.doc
Excel Program to Generate Random Number htdocs\Generate Random Numbers.xlsx
Finding a Statistical Research Paper P:\htdocs\Finding a
Statistical Research Paper.pdf
Example of a Large Statistical Study htdocs\Example
Statistical Study for SSA.pdf
Another Example of a Statistical Study htdocs\DeadGrandmother.pdf
How to Draw a Sample in Minitab P:\htdocs\How to draw sample
in Minitab.txt
Tutoring Schedule Fall 2016 TBA
Student Scores by Secret ID P:\htdocs\Student
Scores by Secret ID Spring 2016.xlsx
Analysis of Student Scores Spring 2016 htdocs\Spring 2016 Analysis
of Scores.docx
Homework Problem Data Files htdocs\Academe.MTW htdocs\FLIGHTS.MTW htdocs\FBODY.MTW htdocs\CARS.MTW htdocs\QUAKE.MTW htdocs\OSCR.MTW htdocs\BODYTEMP.MTW
htdocs\POTUS.MTW htdocs\CHMOVIE.MTW htdocs\COLA.MTW
FROM THE
SYLLABUS
—
12. NO TEXTING DURING CLASS – 1 POINT OFF OF YOUR
FINAL GRADE FOR EACH OFFENSE  NO WARNINGS, (and it is very easy to
spot violations).
Students can now get
Minitab for FREE. Go to http://www.salisbury.edu/helpdesk/meec/ and scroll
down to Software
Downloads for Home Use
Some
products licensed by Salisbury University include a license for installation
on personal computers for home use. These products are listed below, and are
subject to change without prior notice. MiniTab Individual
for Home Use  Windows Users
Students,
faculty and staff who wish to use Minitab on their Microsoft Windows personal
computers may do so by clicking the link below to download and install the
file. You will be prompted to log in, and once downloaded, you will need to
extract the files (unzip) and then run setup.exe and follow the prompts
to install.
MiniTab
Express for Home Use  Mac Users
·
https://secureweb.salisbury.edu/software/Install_MinitabExpress_MultiUser.licensed.pkg.zip IF YOU
GET GARBAGE WHEN YOU CLICK ON A MINITAB FILE ON MY WEBPAGE—DO THE FOLLOWING: Right click on the file on my website Select Save Target as In the popup file save dialog, one of two
things will happen, either a) the save as MTP in the file type will be
there, if so, save the file to your computer b) it will say txt type of file. in the drop
down menu click on all file types, then put the mtp extension on your file
name and save to your computer. Then
you can open the saved file in Minitab. RA/PA Fall Semester 2016 Math 155 Dr.
Pautler RA = Reading Assignment PA = Problem Assignment IF WE DO NOT COVER A TOPIC IN CLASS ON
SCHEDULE, THEN YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROBLEMS THE NEXT CLASS. Due Class
1—August 30 RA Dead
Grandmother file listed above (pages 12 and 56). Download Minitab to your computer. Due Class
2September
1 RA Ch 1 Pages 126 Minitab Assignment: Click on htdocs\Academe.MTW (find this file
on the webpage with the other linked files) Have Minitab compute the mean for column
C3 NumMProf Click Stat, Basic Statistics, Display
Descriptive Statistics, choose C3 to be analyzed, click on statistics, choose
the mean , click ok. Click ok Copy the output to WORD or Notepad. Add your name and Class time to the output
file, print, and bring to next Class Due Class
3Sept 6 RA Ch 2 (skip
Pages 6162) PA 12
#'s 2, 8, 12, 14, 20, 36, 38 13 #s 2, 4, 6, 14, 16 PA Section
14 #s 2, 4, 8, 10, 22 Review Ex (p36)
4, 10, (p38) 4, 8 Due Class
4Sept 8 RA Ch 3 to Page
112 PA Section
22 #s 2, 8, 14, 16 Section 2.3 #s 4, 12
Due Class
5Sept
13 RA Finish Ch 3 PA Section
2.4 #s 4, 12, 16, 18, Section 32
#s 6, 20, 24, 26 NOTE PAGE
73..CHAPTER 2 REVIEW Due Class
6Sept 15 RA Ch 4 PA Section
33 #s 2, 10, 24, 26, 34, 44 Section 34
#s 6, 16, 22, 24, 34 NOTE TOP PAGE
127…CHAPTER 3 REVIEW Due Class
7Sept 20 PA Section 42
#s 18, 22, 28, 38, 40 Section 43 #s
18, 20, 28, 32 Due Class
8Sept 22 PA Section 44
#s 2, 8, 14, 22 Section 45 #s 6, 20,
22, 26 Section 46 #s 6, 10, 20, 34 Finish ALL
problems/material, Review for Exam NOTE PAGE
184…CHAPTER 4 REVIEW Due Class
9Sept 27 EXAM I Ch 14 Due Class
10Sept 29 RA
Ch 5 to page 225 (skip remainder of Chapter) Due Class
11Oct 4 RA Ch 5 to page
225 (skip remainder of Chapter) RA Ch 6
to page 258 PA 52
#s 6, 8, 10, 18 Due Class
12Oct 6 RA Page 258 
271
PA 53 #s 12,
16, 26, 38, 54 #s 12, 14 PA 62 #s
6, 8, 10, 12, 40, 48 Due Class
13Oct 11 RA Page 272 
296 PA 63 #s
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 28, 38 Due Class
14Oct 13 RA Ch 6 P 297 
314 PA 64 #s
4, 6, 16 65 #s 2, 8, 18, 22 Due Class
15Oct 18 RA 323  342 PA 66 #s
8, 10, 14 Section 67 #s 4, 8, 16 Due Class
16Oct 20 RA 343  361
(Skip rest of Chapter 7) PA 72 #s 4, 8,
12 Due Class
17Oct 25 PA 72 #s 16,
24, 30, 38 PA 73 #s 2, 8, 10, 16, 26,
30 Due Class
18Oct 27 Finish all
problems through Ch 7.....prepare for Exam II Due Class
19Nov 1 EXAM II Ch 57 Due Class
20Nov 3 RA 381  399 Due Class
21Nov 8 RA 400  423
Skip rest of Chapter 8 Due Class
22Nov 10 RA Ch 9 Pages
441  453 PA 82 #s 2, 6, 10, 16, 20,
30 PA 83 #s
2, 6, 10, 18, 30, 36 84 #s 4,
10, 16, 26, 30 Due Class
23Nov 15 RA 453  462 PA 93 #s
4, 8, 10, 14, 26 Due Class
24Nov 17 RA 467 
477 Skip rest of Chapter 9 635  660 Skip rest of Chapter 13 PA 92
#s 8, 12, 20 Due Class
25Nov 22 PA 94 #s 2,
8, 24 Due Class
26Nov 29 132 #s 6, 10,
16, 18 133 #s 6, 10 134 #s 8, 12 Due Class
27Dec 1 EXAM III Ch 8, 9, 13 (partial) Due Class
28Dec 6 RA 495  527 SEMESTER PROJECT DUE Due Class
29Dec 8 LAST Class PA 102 #16 103 #16 
================================================================================= Dr. Pautler’s FINAL EXAM
SCHEDULE FALL 2016
Class Time Exam Day Exam
Time Location 
12:30am T,TH Thurs, Dec 15 10:45 – 1:15 TBA 2:00pm T,TH Wed, Dec 14 4:15 – 6:45 TBA 5:00pm T,TH Tues, Dec 13 4:14 – 6:45 TBA 6:30pm T,TH Tues, Dec 13 7:00 – 9:30 TBA Exams are
in computer labs and locations will be announced later in the semester. Since the exams are in the labs and you have to
login during a very specific time frame by student ID, you MUST take your exam
during the assigned time. 


Dr. Pautler’s Teaching
Schedule Fall 2016
Tu Th
12:30PM  1:45PM 112 Devilbiss Hall
Tu Th 2:00PM
– 3:15PM 112 Devilbiss Hall
Tu
Th 5:00PM – 6:15PM 112 Devilbiss Hall
Tu Th
6:30PM  7:45PM 112 Devilbiss Hall
University
Fall 2016 Exam Schedule 






Please note: all exam time slots are
2.5 hours
·
Examination times are determined by the initial hour at
which the class meets each week unless the course is specifically listed on
the schedule above. ·
Classes scheduled off matrix should hold their final
exams at the nearest exam time. For example the class is scheduled at
4:25 pm the exam would then be the 4:15 pm exam. ·
For classes which have their initial weekly meeting on
Wednesday or Friday, but not on Monday, use the comparable Monday meeting
time. For classes which have their initial meeting time on Thursday, but not
on Tuesday, use the comparable Tuesday meeting time. ·
If the class meets for longer than one hour the first
hour is applicable. In lecturelab classes, the exam time is determined by
the lecture hour. ·
All singlesection courses will hold examinations in
the room in which the class regularly meets unless otherwise announced by the
instructor. ·
Examination locations for multisection courses will be
announced by the instructor. ·
Final Exams in Graduate Education courses will
take place in the same room and the same time as the regular course meeting. A student who has more than two final examinations scheduled for the same
day need not take more than two of these exams on that day. If the student
wants to reschedule examinations, then the following guidelines must be
followed: can not reschedule the first exam, 1.
can not reschedule any common exam (ENGL 103) 2.
when possible, reschedule the middle exam when it is
not a common exam. A student must abide by the following procedures when requesting to
reschedule examinations: a.
must reschedule exam no later than one full week before
the final examinations begin, b.
must provide each of the professors involved with a
written copy of his/her complete examination schedule, including course
numbers, sections numbers and name of professors. The professors of courses whose
examinations are not scheduled in the first time slot and are not common
exams will reschedule their examinations within the final examination period
on a day in which the student has few than two scheduled examinations.
The professor will notify the student when and where the examination will be
given. In the event the professor contacts the other professors
involved and makes alternate arrangements for the student to take no more
than two examinations in a day, the professor will inform the student of
those arrangements prior to the last day of classes. A student who has more than one
examination scheduled for the same time period should contact the professors
involved to make alternate arrangements. 



























































