Homework 4 (11.5 points) due Feb. 10
(1 pt.) 3.34ab A club has 14 members. a) How many ways can a governing committee of size 3 be chosen? This is without replacement because once a person is on the committee; he can't be on it again. This is unordered be
Homework 3 (15 points) due Feb. 3.
(1 pt.) 2.42. A commuter train arrives punctually at a station every half hour. Each morning, a commuter named John leaves his house and casually strolls to the strain station. Find the probability that John waits for th
Stat 113 ST1 first part for learning Fall 2011
Questions 1 to 3 concern this situation:
Recently, a survey was conducted by an aspiring author who wanted to know what attributes led to the success of American millionaires.
She was able to obtain from the
Review for Final
Note: The homework problems listed are the ones that represent the respective objectives. Whether a homework problem was asked on the subject or not, you still need to be able to do perform the objective. In some cases, I also included ex
Review for Exam 2
Note: The homework problems listed are the ones that represent the respective objectives.
Whether a homework problem was asked on the subject or not, you still need to be able to do
perform the objective. In some cases, I also included e
Review for Exam 1
Note: The homework problems listed are the ones that represent the respective objectives. Whether a homework problem was asked on the subject or not, you still need to be able to do perform the objective. In some cases, I also included e
1. 5. 9. 13. Item set 2. 6. Definition collection of objects 3. 7. Designation cfw_1,3, 5,7 4. 8. example my deck of cards is a set of cards
Empty set 0. 1 Subset 14.
Equal sets7. 1
Proper subset 21.
a set has nothing in it 11. A i
Homework 5 (12 points) due Feb. 17
(1.2 pt.) 4.4abc. The following table provides a frequency distribution, with frequencies in thousands, for the number of rooms in U.S. housing units. (Note: this is the same table as was used in problem 1.4.) Rooms No.
Homework 2 (13 points) due Jan 27
(1.3 pts.) 2.4 (6-sided die)de. Suppose that one die is rolled and that you observe the number of dots facing up. From the last problem set: The sample space includes all of the possible outcomes or = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Homework 1 (14 pts + 1 bonus) due Jan 21
(1 pt. bonus) Q0. Why were the earrings that I wore to class today relevant to today's lecture The earrings that I wore are dice (clear 6 sided dice to be specific). (3 pts.) 1.4. The following table provides a fre
Common Derivatives and Integrals
Common Derivatives and Integrals
Basic Properties/Formulas/Rules d ( cf ( x ) ) = cf ( x ) , c is any constant. ( f ( x ) g ( x ) ) = f ( x ) g ( x ) dx d n d ( c ) = 0 , c is any constant. ( x ) = nxn-1 , n is
Ch. 5: Discrete Random Variables and Their Distribu9ons
Random Variable: Example
We are playing a very simplified version of blackjack in which each person is only dealt 2 cards. We are interested in the sum of the cards a) is the sum of the cards a qua
Chapter 4: Condi/onal Probability and
Example: Condi/onal Probability
Roll a fair 4 sided die 3 /mes
A = the event that two 1s are tossed
B = the event tha
Ch. 3: Combinatorial Probability
Sampling With Replacement (BCR):
Suppose that a sample of size 2 is drawn with
replacement from a populaIon of size 5.
Chapter 2: Mathema-cal Probability
Sample Spaces: Examples
Tossing Coins: We toss a coin 3 -mes
Rolling two 4-
Life-me of a light bulb
Review of Calculus
Definition of Derivative
In geometric terms, the derivative is the slope of a curve at a particular point.
using an alternative definition, if x + h = c, then
Definition of a partial derivative
This occurs when we hold all