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STAT 311 (Spring 2015)
In class Worksheet continuous joint distribution, independent
Name: _
Group _
1)
a) A man invites his fiance to a fine hotel for a Sunday brunch. They decide to meet in the
lobby of the hotel between 11:30 am and 12 noon. If they ar
STAT 311: Introductory Probability
Mathematics Education Majors
Spring 2014 - Project (75 pts)
Due Friday, April 24 in class.
This is an individual project to write, perform and evaluate a lesson plan concerning some
aspect of probability that is covered
Part 4: Counting
High
http:/brownsharpie.courtneygibbons.org/?cat=22
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Ways of Counting
with Replacement
order matters
without
Replacement
BCR (Tree diagram) Permutation (nPr)
order does not SB (Stars and Bars) Combination (nCr)
matter
n = # of objects to
STAT 311: Introductory Probability
Research Paper Format
Spring 2015 - Project (60 pts.)
Due Friday, April 124, 2015 in class
Each project, Business or Materials Engineering, will have different specifics because the
material presented is different. In ad
STAT 311 (Spring 2015)
In class Worksheet
Normal Approximation to the Bionomial
Name: _
Group _
1) The ideal size of a first-year class at a particular college is 150 students. The college,
knowing from past experience that on the average only 30 percent
STAT 311 (Spring 2015)
In class Worksheet
continuous conditional, expectations,
variances, review V
Name: _
Group _
1) Using the following density function
() = cfw_ 4 1
0
a) What is the constant k that makes the following function a valid density?
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Part VI: Named Continuous Random
Variables
http:/www-users.york.ac.uk/~pml1/bayes/cartoons/cartoon08.jpg
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Comparison of Named Distributions
discrete
continuous
Bernoulli, Binomial,
Geometric, Negative
Binomial, Poisson,
Hypergeometric,
Discrete Uniform
C
Part V: Continuous Random Variables
http:/rchsbowman.wordpress.com/2009/11/29
/statistics-notes-%E2%80%93-properties-of-normal-distribution-2/
Chapter 23: Probability Density Functions
http:/divisbyzero.com/2009/12/02
/an-applet-illustrating-a-continuous-
Part II: Discrete Random Variables
http:/neveryetmelted.com/categories/mathematics/
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Chapter 6: Random Variables; Discrete Versus
Continuous
http:/math.sfsu.edu/beck/quotes.html
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Example: Random Variable
We are playing a very simplified version of
black
STAT 311: Introductory Probability
http:/mrburkemath.blogspot.com/2010/12/snow-days.html
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Part 1: Randomness
http:/mikeess-trip.blogspot.com/2011/06/gambling.html
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Applications of Probability
Games of Chance
Diagnosis of Diseases
Engineering
Biology/agr
STAT 311 (Spring 2015)
In class Worksheet
Name: _
Named Random Variables
Group _
For each of the following situations, state which distribution (and approximate distribution, if
applicable) would be most appropriate, and why you think so. If the method is
STAT 311 (Spring 2015)
In class Worksheet
Name: _
Normal
Group _
I am not going to be drawing any sketches for these because they are difficult to graph
1) The gestation periods of women are normally distributed with = 266 days and = 16 days.
Feel free to