Part_II_Review

Part_II_Review - aX + b ) , Var ( aX + b ); E ( X + Y );...

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About the Quiz II Part II Review About the Quiz II Time: Friday, Nov. 4, in class You may only bring pens, one simple scientific calculator and one A4 sheet of formulas. Only one simple scientific calculator per student is permitted to be used during the examination. NO EXCEPTIONS. Backup calculators will NOT be provided. Calculators may not be shared. No other electronic device (e.g., cell phone, iPad. ..) is allowed The exam covers material from lectures 8 – 15 (but may use knowledge from Part I). Hwk 2 solution will be posted on Nov. 2, after the due time. 2 / 4 Xinghua Zheng Part II Review
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About the Quiz II Part II Review Part II Review Discrete random variables: 1. Probability mass function 2. Expectation, variance, moments; rules for computing them, e.g., E ( f ( X )); E (
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Unformatted text preview: aX + b ) , Var ( aX + b ); E ( X + Y ); Var ( X + Y ) when X and Y are independent; conditioning rule; 3. Common distributions: Bernoulli, binomial; geometric, negative binomial; uniform; hypergeometric;Poisson, Poisson approximation to binomial — what are they modeling? In which situations do they arise? • Expectation of a sum 3 / 4 Xinghua Zheng Part II Review About the Quiz II Part II Review Part II Review, ctd • Continuous random variables: 1. Density function, cdf; 2. Expectation, variance, moments; rules for computing them; Gamma function 3. Common distributions: uniform; normal, normal approximation to binomial; exponential, Gamma; — what are they modeling? In which situations do they arise? 4. Hazard functions: connection with cdf/density; 5. Change of variable formula 4 / 4 Xinghua Zheng Part II Review...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ISOM 3540 taught by Professor Zheu during the Spring '11 term at HKUST.

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