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Course: MATH 1715, Fall 2009
School: East Los Angeles College
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MATH171501 This MATH171501 question paper consists of 5 printed pages, each of which is identied by the reference MATH171501. Statistical tables are attached at the end of the question paper. Only approved basic scientic calculators may be used. c UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS Examination for the Module MATH1715 (January 2008) INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY Time allowed: 2 hours Attempt ALL questions in Section A and THREE...

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