Discussion 1
Emily Mower January 21, 2010
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Combinations and Permutations
Combinations - order doesn't matter Permutations - order matters Short example: The fruit salad is a combination of kiwis, strawberries, and blueberries. The lock is opened with the
Discussion 2
Emily Mower January 27, 2010
Topics to be covered: Mutually exclusive vs. independent (Section 1) Symmetries (Section 2) Light bulb problem (Section 3)
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Mutually exclusive vs. independent
Overview of the differences
Two events are mutual
Discussion 3
Emily Mower February 1, 2010
Topics to be covered: Helpful probabilistic concepts Bayes Rule Partitioning the sample space
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Helpful probabilistic concepts
Conditional probability
P (A B) , provided P (A) > 0 P (A)
The conditional probabi
Discussion 4
Emily Mower February 17, 2010
Topics to be covered: Survivors guide: pages 6-8 Description of mixed random variables Software error vs. maintenance costs Textbook problem 2.100
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Survivor's Guide
Inequalities and Their Graphs
The best w
Dr. Jerry M. Mendel Spring 2010
EE364: Introduction to Probability and Statistics For Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Introduction to concepts of randomness and uncertainty: probability, random variables, and statistics. Applications may be fr