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OM 210 001
Test 2 for
Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
DATE
For all Tuesday recitation sections of lecture section 001 (Thursday morning
lecture), the second exam, Test 2, will be given in the recitation sections on
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
.
Test 1 will take the full period of one hour and 30 minutes of the regularly
scheduled recitation.
Test 1 will start and
stop
on time for your recitation.
Time
is of the essence, so work carefully but quickly.
Be on time; latecomers may not
be seated.
(In the event of missing Test 2, you will be assigned a score of zero for it.
Test 2
may be made up only under extreme emergencies; a makeup can only be
approved by me and will require a bona fide reason supported with appropriate
documentation.
Refer to the makeup policy stated in the course syllabus for more
information.)
COVERAGE
The test will cover all of what has been presented in lecture and covered in
recitation for (1) basic probability, (2) discrete random variables and empirical
(given) discrete probability distributions, (3) the binomial probability distribution,
(4) the Poisson probability distribution, and (5) the normal probability distribution.
Test 2 will be comprehensive of all the aforementioned topics as presented and
covered in both lecture and recitation
.
The test will be based on my class presentations of my PowerPoint slide sets that
are contained in Topic 4, Basic Probability, Topic 5, Discrete RV and
Distributions, and Topic 6, Continuous RV and Distributions, of the Course
Content module on my OM 210 Blackboard course web site.
The specific PowerPoint slide presentations that I covered in lecture are:
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Basic probability.
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Home > Course Content > 4 Basic Probability (ASW 4)
> 1 Probability Lite.ppt.
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Discrete random variables and empirical probability distributions.
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Home > Course Content > 5 Discrete RV and Distributions
(ASW 5) > 1 Discrete RV.ppt.
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Binomial and Poisson probability distributions.
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Home > Course Content > 5 Discrete RV and Distributions
(ASW 5) > 2 Discrete Distributions.ppt.
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Normal probability distribution.
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Home > Course Content > 6 Continuous RV and Distributions
(ASW 6) > 2 Normal Distribution.ppt.
From the textbook, the test will cover the following chapters and sections:
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course OM 210 taught by Professor Singer during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.
 Spring '08
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