Hw Lab 1
2/3/11
1. A. done
b.
I see the results are distributed between 38 to 60 heads in a trail. The most heads in a trail was
51 heads, which occurred about 8 times. The trails usually ended with 46 to 54 heads in a trail.
2.
a. One bernouli trail coul

Alexandra Linder MATH 1710 Th 1:25 PM Exercises 1. 50 simulations in which a coin is thrown 100 times.
This histogram describing the number of times a head is thrown is unimodal-there is only one peak. It is not symmetrical. 2. a. One Bernoulli trial is a

Lab 2
2/10/11
1. Testing a chip can be considered a Bernoulli trail, because it is possible to set up an
experiment whose outcome whose outcome is random and can be categorized into two
possible outcomes, success or failure of having a computer chip that

HW Lab 4
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Case I: Lyme Disease
1.
Only one of the ticks carried the disease. There are 20 ticks so that is 1/20 or 5% of the
sample that was collected. The population probably does not have exactly the same
percentage as this sample, since the sample

e) Strong seasonal pattern with low consistent ozone concentrations in later summer/early fall and
high variable concentrations in early spring. The medians follow a cyclic pattern, rising from January
to April, then falling to October and rising again fr

Math1710 Prelim#2
Solutions
1.
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a ) Let X1 , , Xn be a simple random sample where E[X1 ] = and V[X1 ] = 2 . Let X = n n Xi ,
12
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then E[X ] = and V[X ] = n . Therefore, in this case E[X ] = 17 and V[X ] = 16 . Thus,
SD(X ) = 12 = 3.
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b ) Analogously,

Lab 4
2/24/11
1.
I believe the medium is about 65 since it numeric value separating the higher half
of the sample from the lower half.
I made this estimate by mentally picturing in my head where the right sides and
left sides would appear kind of equal.
T

HW Lab 3
2/17/11
1. This graph is not symmetrical since at the center X=9, the right side has more frequency
than the left side relative to X=9.
2. For n=20 and p=0.9
3. N=50
n=100
N=2000
As n increases, the shape of the curve of the graph looks more symm

February 23, 2010
PRELIM 1
Math 1710
Directions:
No formula sheets are permitted on this exam.
Calculators are allowed and we also provide you with tables.
All work must be shown in the answer booklet. Be sure it is complete, neat,
and in order.
Clear

Math1710 Prelim#2, April 14, 2011, 7:30-9:00 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
You have 90 minutes to complete this exam. Show all work neatly and in order, and
clearly indicate your nal answers. Answers must be justied whenever possible in order to
earn full cre

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Goldwin Smith Hall G76
You have 90 minutes to complete this exam. Show all work neatly and in order, and
clearly indicate your nal answers. Answers must be justied whenever possible in order to
earn full

Solutions to Final Exam
Math 171
Directions:
Two formula sheets (4 sides) are permitted on this exam.
Calculators are allowed and we also provide you with tables.
All work must be shown in the answer booklet. Be sure it is complete, neat,
and in order.

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Math 1710 Topics
Probability (5 wks)
Basic Ideas
Random Variables
Law of Large Numbers
Normal and Binomial Distributions
Central Limit Theorem
Sampling Distributio

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A Probability Assignment
English language frequencies:
E 13.0% H 3.5% W 1.6
T 9.3%
L 3.5% V 1.3%
N 7.8% C 3.0% B 0.9%
R 7.7%
F 2.8% X 0.5%
O 7.4% P 2.7% K 0.3%
I