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STAT 516 Name:
Exam 1, Fall 2001
October 3, 2001 (on campus)
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1. SHOW YOUR WORK. I may not give credit for a correct answer if I cant see how
you got it.
2. Give answers either as fractions or as decimal numbers to at least three signicant
digits.
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How many events can be formed altogether?
If the sample space is infinite, then an infinite number of events can be formed.
If the sample space is finite, how many events can be formed?
Example: Suppose that the sample space is S = cfw_, ?, .
The events t