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I have noticed that some of you are not taking the
webassign problems seriously.
That is a big mistake!
The web assignments account for almost 10%
of your Fnal grade!
Grading Policy
The grade for this course will primarily be based on the student’s performance on the
three tests and the final.
Test 1: Linear Algebra & Counting 20%
Final Exam
25%
Test 2: Probability & Statistics
20%
Quizzes
06%
Test 3: Markov Processes & Finance 20%
Homework
09%
Test and Exam scores will NOT be curved.
Letter grades will be assigned as follows:
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93100%
B+
8789%
C+
7779%
D
6569%
A
9092%
B
8386%
C
7376%
F
064%
B
8082%
C
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Probability Lecture 2 (
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6.4)
Oct. 1213
Review:
Probability Space.
Events and the probability of an event
The Complement rule page 286
The birthday problem pages 2878
Work problems page 288291: 9, 23, 25, 27, 36, 45
Problem 9
Sample
Space
Probabilities
Problem 23, page 289
Problem 25, page 290
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 Probability, Probability theory, AB path

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