**Wed, April 3rd**: Jessi Pipert, Associate Director of the Stanford Arts Institute, emailed me a few hours and asked if I might advertise a new minor in interdisciplinary arts that's open to all undergraduates, no matter their primary degree program. (I'm a huge fan of the arts and love the idea! In another life, I'd have majored in music and become a conductor 😇.)

Check out this one page summary of the program to learn more.

**Friday, March 29**: Welcome to CS109! Please note that this website is under construction, and you'll see it change quite bit between now and the first day of class. Looking forward to meeting all of you!

Topic

Materials

Assignments

Optional Readings

Week 3

April 15

Lecture 7: Variance, Bernoulli, Binomial

April 18

Section 2: Random Variables and Expectation

Week 1

April 05

Lecture 3: Axioms of Probability

Week 2

April 08

Lecture 4: Conditional Probability and Bayes Rule

Week 3

April 15

Lecture 7: Variance, Bernoulli, Binomial

April 18

Section 2: Random Variables and Expectation

Week 4

April 22

Lecture 10: The Normal Distribution

PSet 2 In

April 24

Lecture 11: Joint Distributions

PSet 3 Out

April 25

Section 3: Discrete and Continuous Random Variables

Note that all lectures and assignment deadlines are subject to change.

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