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The following is the second homework assignment
Problem 3.2
MFile
function Fworth
% Fworth will compute the future worth of an invested amount of money over a
period
% of n(years)
n = input ('Years (yrs):');
P = input ('Money to Invest ($):'

Exam II Take-Home
M-file:
function [a,r,yfunc] = regress(x,y)
% linregr(x,y):
% Least squares fit of a straight line, exponential,
% power, & saturation growth rate to data by
% solving the normal equations.
% Input:
% x = independent variable
% y = depen

1.15
Where
Therefore
and solving for Tt(i+1)
where
Given:
t = 1min
Find T(0) to T(10) using :
%homework problem 2.7
> n = [.035 .020 .015 .030 .022]
n=
0.0350 0.0200 0.0150 0.0300 0.0220
> s = [.0001 .0002 .0010 .0008 .0003]
s=
1.0e-003 *
0.1000 0.2000 1.

Bivariate Probability distributions Conditional Density Functions
c) f2(y|x) = ?
d) Find P(y < .2 | x = 1.2)
c) f2(y|x) = ?
d) Find P(y < .2 | x = 1.2)
Given :
;0<y<1
c) E(Y| x = 1.2)
Expected Values of g(x,y)
E(g(x,y) the expected value of any function o

Fall 2012 - BE 2200
Quiz 9
a1
Name _ AccessID# _
Fill your answers (A, B, C,.) below in the space provided. (Answers written any where else
would not be considered)
1. An investigator is interested in the effects of stress on the time of assembling a part

Chapter 6
Bivariate Probability Distributions & Sampling Distributions
Joint Probability Distributions
Many situations could present a need to understand multiple random variables
If the random variables are independent, then they can easily be analyzed s

BE 2200
Quiz 11
a1
Name _ AccessID# _
Fill your answers (A, B, C,.) below in the space provided. (Answers written any where else
would not be considered)
1. (2 points) Marketing department of a bank is interested in the demand for one of
its credit cards

Solution for Quiz 8
A1. Molybdenum rods are produced by a production line setup. It is desirable to check whether
the process is in control, i.e. equal to 2.2 inches. Let X = length of such a rod. Assume X is
approximately normally distributed where the m

B1. The FMA Company has designed a new type of 16 lb. bowling ball. The company knows
that the average man who bowls in a scratch league with the company's old ball has a
bowling average of 155. The company asks a random sample of 120 men bowling in scrat

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The following is the fourth homework assignment
Palm
Problem 17: Section 3.2
Mfile
function poly
x=[-2 0 2 4]
y=[-20 4 68 508]
for i=1:4
M(i,:) = [x(i)^3 x(i)^2 x(i)^1 x(i)^0];
end
disp(M)
d = M\y';
disp(d)
Command Window Display
> poly
x=