introduction to statistics Fall 2010
Exercise 8
1. If X is a binomial random variable with expectated value 6 and variance 2.4, find
P (X = 5).
In a binomial, E(X) = np, V ar(X) = np(1 p) and
P (X = i
STATISTICS 2D03, FALL 2009
Assignment 3
Due on Tuesday, October 27, 2009
in the assigned locker (next to HH105) by 4:30pm
Q1. Exercise 3.9 on Page 111
Q2. Exercise 3.16 on Page 112
Q3. Exercise 3.25 o
STATISTICS 2D03, FALL 2009
Assignment 5
Due on Tuesday, November 24, 2009
in the assigned locker (next to HH105) by 4:30pm
Q1. Exercise 5.18 on Page 225
Q2. Exercise 5.23 on Page 226
Q3. Exercise 5.7
STATISTICS 2D03, FALL 2009
Assignment 2
Due on Tuesday, October 13, 2009
in the assigned locker (next to HH105) by 4:30pm
Q1. Exercise 36 on Page 53
Q2. Exercise 45 on Page 53
Q3. Exercise 16 on Page
STATISTICS 2D03, FALL 2009
Assignment 1
Due on Tuesday, September 29, 2009
in the assigned locker (next to HH105) by 4:30pm
Q1. Exercise 1 on Page 16
Q2. Exercise 7 on Page 16
Q3. Exercise 10 on Page
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Chapter 10
Optimization of
Inventory for Optimal
Replenishment Policies
and Lead-Time with
Time Varying Demand:
A Genetic Algorithm Approach
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Mitchell draft chapter (see course website)
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Ng and Jordan paper (see course website)
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STATISTICS 2D03, FALL 2009
Assignment 4
Due on Tuesday, November 10, 2009
in the assigned locker (next to HH105) by 4:30pm
Q1. Exercises 4.54 & 4.60 on Page 177
Q2. Exercise 4.78 on Page 179
Q3. Exerc