Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Islam (RFI)
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
The main objective of the subject is to familiarise students with the basic concepts and tools of statistics and probability. Students will obtain a clear, concise understanding of the fundamental features and methods of statistics and probability along with relevant interpretations and applications. This course demonstrates to students how simple statistical and probabilistic tools can help analyse a wide range of problem in the field of computer science, engineering, natural sciences, economics and business.
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Adjunct Faculty Member
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Lecturer
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Lecturer
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Adjunct Faculty Member
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Lecturer
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Vice Chancellor's Fellow
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Vice Chancellor's Fellow
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Shehran Syed (SYED)
Vice Chancellorâ€™s Fellow
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
School of Data and Sciences
Email: [email protected]
Frequency distribution; mean, median, mode and other measures of central tendency; standard deviation and other measures of dispersion; measure of skewness; and box-whisker plot; correlation and regression analysis; elementary probability theory; conditional probability and Bayesâ€™ Theorem; combinatorial probabilities; random variables and joint probability distributions; discrete probability distributions: geometric, binomial and Poisson distribution; continuous probability distributions: normal and exponential distributions; statistical hypothesis testing: Z-Test and T-Test.