# HW1 - ENGRD 2700 F11 Basic Engineering Probability and...

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ENGRD 2700 F11 Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics Homework 1 You may complete this homework either on your own or in pairs. No groups of 3 or more! If you complete it with a partner, hand in a single homework with both of your names etc. on it. Be sure to clearly write your name, Net ID and the section you attend on your homework so we can record your score and return your homework in recitations, e.g., Shane Henderson, sgh9, Friday 8.40-9.55. Remember to staple your homework pages together. There is no need to use Word or similar to prepare your homework. Handwritten homework with printouts as needed is just fine, but see the next point. Statistics is partly about communication. Write clearly and concisely. Points will be taken off if your answers are garbled, difficult to read or disorganized. I recommend that you use Excel to complete this assignment, but you may use other software packages if you prefer. Provide evidence for each of your answers, but there is no need to print every piece of working that you complete. If a calculation involves only very minor computation then explain the computation you performed and give the results. If a calculation involves more complicated steps on many many records then hand in the calculations and formulas for the first few records only. (To show formulas in Excel, click the “Show Formulas” checkbox under Excel Preferences View.) The data for this homework consists of a realistic but not real set of Emergency Medical Service calls.

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