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### 304_Hw7_LN_Gumbel_Weibull

Course: CEE 3040, Fall 2008
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304 CEE - UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS IN ENGINEERING Homework #7 Due: Due Monday, October 15, 2007. Read: Lec. Notes 18 and EXAMPLES! Text Section 4.5 (particularly Weibull and Lognormal discussion). By Friday, October 12, read sections 6.1 and 6.2 on Statistics, and Devore7 problem 34 on p. 252 [D6 279] for definition of MSE. Goal: This homework finishes our study of probability its applications. Statistics is the next...

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