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Statistics TTh_2011_Schedule - Spring 2011 Course Schedule...

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Spring 2011 Course Schedule STA 3032 Probability and Statistics for Engineers Professor E. J. Drown Email contact for this course Important Dates: Feb 26 – Mar 1 Exam I is: Timed, Student Scheduled _ Take Home, Two Parts, (approx. 5 Prob. each part) Mar 4 Grade Forgiveness Date Apr 14 -18 Exam II is: Timed, Student Scheduled _ Take Home, Two Parts, (approx. 5 Prob. each part) Apr 21 Last day of class - Final Exam Review Apr 26 Course Final Exam 7:00 – 9:50. The final is proctored in UCF Eng. I Rm. 0384 Note: (Remote Students that cannot be on campus during Final Exam time must have the local UCF Off-Campus Tech Rep contact me at least two weeks before the Final. In any case the Final Exam will not be scheduled for other times.) Jan 11 Thru Jan 27 6-lectures Conditional Probability Text. Ch #1 & #3 +some other stuff #1 HW: 1-1, 1-5, 1-7 (Why, Why not), 2-1 (also construct Box Plot & Interpret the 2 Data Displays), 2-7 (Also construct a Histogram w/ 6 bins and a Pareto Chart) [Explain why/ when each of the 3 data displays would be particularly useful in an engineering situation], 2-11, 2-21, 2- 27, See attached *1 for additional problems. Feb 3 #1 HW due HW worth 4/4 Feb 1 Thru Feb 8 3-lectures Discrete Probability Ch #3 ¶ 3-7 thru 3-10 + General Probability Rules + Hypergeometric Situation + Chebyshev’s Theorem #2 HW: (Notes applicable to this HW & all future HW and Exam Submittals: #1, Most Problems in the book tell you which Probability Theory to use. Life & Eng. Situations don’t provide such a crutch. I

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