hw1 - STAT 225 - Homework 1 Due Friday May 22 Comments: 1....

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Unformatted text preview: STAT 225 - Homework 1 Due Friday May 22 Comments: 1. This HW assignment covers the material discussed in the 5/18 lecture, and the 5/19 lecture (up to and including page 6 in the handout) 2. This homework is due Friday, May 22 in class, BEFORE class starts. 3. Please remember staple if you turn in more than one page. 4. You must always SHOW ALL WORK. If you do not show your work, you may not receive full credit. Do the following problems. 1. As we discussed in class, the idea of problem 2.2 can be extended to 3 events: It is vital that a certain document reaches its destination on time. To maximize the chances of on-time delivery, three copies of the document are sent using three different services. Define events A 1 , A 2 , and A 3 as follows: A 1 = on-time delivery by service I A 2 = on-time delivery by service II A 3 = on time delivery by service III Write expressions involving unions, intersections, and complements that describe the follow- ing: (i) The document reaches its destination on time (i.e., on-time delivery by at-least one of the three services). (ii) The document does not reach its destination on time. (iii) The document reaches its destination on time only by service I and by service II (but not by service III) (iv) The document reaches its destination on time by exactly one of the services....
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course STAT 36225 taught by Professor Tom during the Summer '09 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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hw1 - STAT 225 - Homework 1 Due Friday May 22 Comments: 1....

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