outline.pdf - McGill University Department of Mathematics and Statistics Statistics(Course#MATH324B Instructor M Asgharian Office Burnside Hall#1224

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McGill University Department of Mathematics and Statistics Statistics (Course #MATH324B) Instructor: M. Asgharian Office: Burnside Hall #1224 Office Hours: WF: 10:30-12:00 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 514-398-1461 Lectures: WF: 13:05-14:25 Room: RPHYS 112 Text: Mathematical Statistics with Applications (7th Edition) By D.D. Wackerly et al, published by Duxbury Advanced Series. Grading Scheme Formula I Formula II Assignment: 20 % 20 % Mid-Term Exam : 20 % 0 % Final Exam: 60 % 80 % Final Mark: is the greater of the marks computed from these two formulas. Course Outline The main learning outcomes of this course are: To acquire a broad idea about theory of point estimation and testing statistical hypothesis. To learn basic results and techniques in mathematical statistics. The material for the course will be drawn from Chapters 7 to 15 of the textbook. Detailed description: Chi-Square, t-, and F-distributions, Distribution of ( X, S 2 ), unbiased es- timation, sufficiency, completeness, uniformly minimum variance unbiased estimators (UMVUE),

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