Homework 2

Homework 2 - 4.58 (a) thru (e) – page 181 4.59 – page...

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Homework 2 – The updated version Due Monday, April 13 th  2009 in class 1. Please ask questions if you do not understand something in lecture; I will do my  best to answer your question.  The goal of this class is for you to learn statistics,  and asking questions when you do not understand something is vital! 2. Read the following sections – 6.3, 6.4, 3.9, 4.9, 6.5(for Monday’s lecture), and  4.2-4.7 (review on continuous random variables and expectation) 3. Read the two review handouts on my webpage  http://www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~nbennett/PSTAT120B/120b.htm    4. Hand in the following problems: 6.2 – page 307 6.6 – page 308 6.18 – page 310 6.23 – page 316 6.28 – page 317 6.34 – page 318
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Unformatted text preview: 4.58 (a) thru (e) – page 181 4.59 – page 182 4.71 – page 183 4.72 – page 183 4.89 – page 190 Extra 1 – If X is a Chi-Squared random variable with 12 degrees of freedom, write out the pdf of X. Extra 2 – If X is a Binomial random variable with 20 trials and a success probability of 0.41, write out the probability function of X. Extra 3- If the density of X is given by , identify this distribution and specify its parameter values. Extra 4 – If the probability function of X is given by , identify this distribution and specify its parameter values. Make sure that your problems are legible, well organized, justified, and finished....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2009 for the course STAT 120B taught by Professor Bennett during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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