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CIV 245, Princeton University Fall 1997 Example Midterm #2 Problem Solutions 2 0 90 3 biased 4 = + ( 0 05 1 )( ) Note: this problem should read P 5 16 6 0 314 7 a) 62 b) 2 with 9 dof’s 8 175 9 ˆ = 1 =1 10 ˆ = =1 11 13 12 a) [547 1 552 9] b) [29 88 94 84] 13 0 338 1 2 0 438 14 84 15 a) 0 36 b) 0 7888 16 ˆ = =1 ln( ) 17 0 36 18 a) [1004 8 1023 2] b) [1004 3 1023 7] c) 68 19 a) = 100 2 = 0 19
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  • Spring '98
  • VanMarcke
  • Princeton University, Prime number, Nontotient

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