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ENGRD 2700, Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics, Fall 2016
Homework 5 Solutions
Submit before 4pm on Wednesday, October 12 to the drop box in the 2nd floor of Rhodes Hall. You may
work in pairs. The same stipulations from Homework 1 (e.g., NetIDs
ENGRD 2700, Fall 2016
1
Discussion Section 5: QQ Plots
1
Review
Given a data sample x1 , . . . , xn , sorted in increasing order
We assign xi , the ith smallest observation, the quantile
qi =
i 0.5
n
Given a random variable with CDF F (x) that we think
ENGRD 2700; Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics, Fall 2016
Homework 6
Submit before 5pm on Monday, October 17 to the drop box in the 2nd floor of Rhodes Hall. You may work
in pairs. The same stipulations from Homework 1 (e.g., NetIDs, section num
Multiple Discrete Random Variables
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick and
modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard,
Quantile-Quantile (Q-Q) Plots
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick and
modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard, Mark
Continuous Random Variables
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick
and modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard, and Sha
Special Discrete Random Variables
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick
and modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard, a
Special Continuous Random Variables
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick and
modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard,
ENGRD 2700, Fall 2016
1
Discussion Section 5: QQ Plots
1
Review
Given a data sample x1 , . . . , xn , sorted in increasing order
We assign xi , the ith smallest observation, the quantile
qi =
i 0.5
n
Given a random variable with CDF F (x) that we think
Multiple Continuous Random Variables
Jefferson Huang
ENGRD 2700: Basic Engineering Probability & Statistics
Cornell University
Fall 2016
Based on notes written by Kenneth Chong, and notes written by Sid Resnick and
modified by David Matteson, Dawn Woodard
Homework 2 - Solutions
Systems and Controls (BME 580.222)
Instructor: Sri Sarma, Email: [email protected]
TA: Giann Gorospe, Email: [email protected]
TA: Ozan Sayin, Email [email protected]
April 9, 2012
1. (30 points) Let u(t) be the unit step function
Solutions: Homework 3
Systems and Controls (BME 580.222)
Instructor: Sri Sarma, Email: [email protected]
TA: Giann Gorospe, Email: [email protected]
TA: Ozan Sayin, Email [email protected]
April 16, 2012
1. (30 points) Two Compartment Model for Drug Rel
Solutions: Homework 1
Systems and Controls (BME 580.222)
Instructor: Sri Sarma, Email: [email protected]
TA: Giann Gorospe, Email: [email protected]
TA: Ozan Sayin, Email [email protected]
April 4, 2012
1. (25 points) Write a linear state equation for t
Quiz 1
Signals, Systems and Controls (BME 580.222)
Instructor: Sri Sarma, Email: [email protected]
TA: Giann Gorospe, Email: [email protected]
TA: Ozan Sayin, Email [email protected]
April 16, 2012
Consider the cascaded system shown in Figure. H1 (s) =
This is the MATLAB representation of the following statespace equations:
3;. -5.U325 -25.1026 5.008 x. I
.ic2 - l U 0 Jr? + U u
_i'.1 U l U I} U
_r]-
_v=[0 25.04 5.008] x: +[U:.u
x1_
Al 16. Consider the system defined by
it = Ax + Bu
where x = state v
Midterm 1: Signals, Systems and Control (BME 580.222)
Instructor: Ren Vidal
e
April 17th, 2006
HONOR SYSTEM: This examination is strictly individual. You are not allowed to talk, discuss,
exchange solutions, etc., with other fellow students. Furthermore,