# A3 - Wackerley, Mendenhall and Scheaffer, which will be...

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MATH 323 Assignment 3 Due Tuesday, March 6, by 5pm. Assignments can either be handed in in class on the due date or they can be placed in the counter slot on the 10 th floor of Burnside Hall no later than 5pm on the due date. Late assignments will not be marked. Please ensure that your assignment has on the front page: your printed name, your student number, the course number (MATH 323), and my name as course instructor (David Wolfson). An answer alone is not sufficient. It is important that you give your reasoning in a clear and concise way. This practice is also more likely to ensure that you will get part marks if you get the wrong answer but use the right method. Most questions will be taken from the 7 th edition of Mathematical Statistics with Applications by
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Unformatted text preview: Wackerley, Mendenhall and Scheaffer, which will be abbreviated to WMS. Q1. P83, #2.158 Q2. P83, #2.160 (Hint: condition backwards) Q3. P85, #2.178 (Challenging) Q4. P85, #3.4. Also fnd the cdF oF Y. Q5. P85, #3.8. Also fnd the cdF oF number oF cells in the next generation. Q6. P112, #3.48 (Hint: The problem is about at least one set detecting a missile) Q7. P113, #3.60 Q8. Extra question: Items coming o f an assembly line are inspected sequentially by two inspectors and declared to be deFective (D) or non-deFective (N). The two inspectors work in di f erent rooms and cannot communicate with one another. State, with reasons, whether you think that the pairs oF decisions made by the two inspectors on each item are dependent or independent....
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