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 c
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 stra
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
Review for Final
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Review for Exam 2
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Whether a homework problem was asked on the subject or not, you still need to be able to do
Review for Exam 1
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SET DEFINITIONS
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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
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
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 spec
Common Derivatives and Integrals
Common Derivatives and Integrals
Derivatives
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Ch. 5: Discrete Random Variables and Their Distribu9ons
Random Variable: Example
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Chapter 4: Condi/onal Probability and
Independence
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Example: Condi/onal Probability
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Ch. 3: Combinatorial Probability
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Chapter 2: Mathema-cal Probability
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Review of Calculus
Derivatives:
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
Definitio