Hw2 - Univ Of Maryland at College Park ECE Department ENEE324 Fall 2002 Assignment Due 2 Posted on To be Graded 2 5 7 8 10 Problem 1 Problem 2

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Univ. Of Maryland at College Park, ECE Department ENEE324 Fall 2002 Assignment #: 2 Posted on: 9/11/02 Due: 9/16/02 To be Graded: 2, 5, 7, 8, 10 Problem 1. [GAR] 2.25 Problem 2. [GAR] 2.31 Problem 3. [GAR] 2.50 Problem 4. Consider three urns. Urn1 initially contains 5 balls, while urns 2 and 3 contain none. A random number of balls are taken from 1 and distributed randomly between 2 and 3. If the outcomes are (n1, n2, n3) where nk denotes the number of balls in Urn k, a. find the sample space b. find the probability that urn 1 contains no ball. Problem 5. A point is selected from the following rectangle. Find the probability that the point is selected from the trapezoidal D. Problem 6. Roll two four sided dice a, b. Take { 1}, B={b a}, C={b=2a} Aa = ≥≤
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Hw2 - Univ Of Maryland at College Park ECE Department ENEE324 Fall 2002 Assignment Due 2 Posted on To be Graded 2 5 7 8 10 Problem 1 Problem 2

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