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### rmins_lab_2

Course: IOE 265, Spring 2008
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265 IOE Fall 07 September 20, 2007 Lab 2: Random Number Distributions Note: Please make sure you type in your answers in the spaces provided and submit this file electronically via the CTools website under Assignments. Save this file as `uniqname_lab_2' with your own uniqname. Section 1: Examples of Discrete Random Variables 1. On your own, name three examples of a discrete random variable: (1 point) 1....

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