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Unformatted text preview: 251grass2-081 3/6/08 (Open this document in 'Page Layout' view!) Graded Assignment 2 Name: Class days and time: Student number: There will be a penalty for papers that are unstapled or do not have the three information items requested above. Note that neatness means paper neatly trimmed on the left side if it has been torn, multiple pages stapled and paper written on only one side. The stapling is for your protection – putting your name on every page helps too, I still have some unclaimed pages from old papers. Make copies of your work before you hand it in. 1) Use the joint probability table below, which resembles the table in Problem K4. You will find a solved problem somewhat like this in 251solnK0 . 40 . 20 . 40 . 3 2 1 6 5 4 y x Modify the table as follows: subtract the last digit of your student number (divided by 100) from all three numbers on the diagonal, add the same number to any 3 numbers off the diagonal, if the last digit of your student number is zero, use 10. For example, if the last two digits of your number are 30, the .40 on the student number is zero, use 10....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ECO 251 taught by Professor Bove during the Spring '08 term at West Chester.
- Spring '08