B. Sc. Examination by course unit 2010 MTH4106 Introduction to Statistics
Duration: 2 hours Date and time: 6 May 2010, 1430h1630h
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QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 1
For handing in on 19 January 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
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Probability Density Function
Binomial with n = 9 and p = 0.5
x
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P( X = x )
0.001953
0.017578
0.070313
0.164063
0.246094
0.246094
0.164063
0.070313
0.017578
0.001953
Cumulative Distribution Function
Binomial with n
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 2
For handing in on 26-27 January 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feed
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 4
For handing in on 9-10 February 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feed
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 3
For handing in on 2-3 February 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
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QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Assignment 10
Introduction to Statistics
For handing in on 27 March 2012
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedback
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 9
For handing in on 2021 March 2012
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedbac
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Assignment 10
Introduction to Statistics
For handing in on 3031 March 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedba
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 9
For handing in on 2324 March 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedbac
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 7
For handing in on 910 March 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedback
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 8
For handing in on 1617 March 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedbac
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 6
For handing in on 23 March 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Feedback
QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
MTH 4106
Introduction to Statistics
Assignment 5
For handing in on 16-17 February 2010
You should attempt all of these questions, as they are designed to help
you to learn and understand the material in the course.
The Fee
MTH4106
Notes 4 What is Statistics about?
Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2012
We collect data, then analyse the data, and then interpret the results, to find out about real-world phenomena. There is aways variability in the data: we need to extract mea
MTH4106
Notes 3 Discrete random variables
Some revision
Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2012
If X is a discrete random variable then X may take finitely many values x1 < x2 < < xn or infinitely many values cfw_xi : i Z so long as no two are too close to