STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 3
Assigned: Wednesday, September 21
Due: Wednesday, September 28
1. Textbook Problems: 2.73, 2.88, 2.96, 2.97 (See diagram at top of page 61), 2.100, 2.112, 2.115,
2.120
2. Find the value of n such that 3 n+1
= 7 n2 .
3
3. F

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 4
Assigned: Monday, September 26
Due: MONDAY, October 3
Directions: Show all work for each problem below. Do not use software! Provide exact solutions
to each of the problems requiring a numeric answer. You may also include

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 1
Due: Wednesday, September 14
Directions: Show all work for each problem below and explain your answer fully. Do not use
software! Provide exact solutions (not decimal approximations) to each of the problems requiring
a num

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 2
Assigned: Wednesday, September 14
Due: Wednesday, September 21
Directions: Show all work for each problem below and explain your answer fully. Do not use
software! Provide exact solutions (not decimal approximations) to ea

SYLLABUS
Course Description
is course is the rst in a two-course sequence. e course descriptions are as follows:
Random variables/distributions; Generating functions; Standard distribution families;
Data summaries; Sampling distributions; Likelihood/suci

Math 461
Introduction to Probability
A.J. Hildebrand
Tips on doing double integrals
Setting up double integrals: This means writing
region (usually described
R R the integral over a Rgiven
R
verbally) as an iterated integral of the form f (x, y)dxdy and/

STAT 4101: Theory of Statistics I
Yuwen Gu
September 7, 2016
Theory of Statistics, Fall 2016, Yuwen Gu
1/16
Words of Advice
Read textbook sections, preferably before class
Review class notes
Do the textbook problems
Do the written-out problems
You should

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 3
Assigned: Wednesday, September 21
Due: Wednesday, September 28
1. Textbook Problems: 2.73, 2.88, 2.96, 2.97 (See diagram at top of page 61), 2.100, 2.112, 2.115,
2.120
Solution:
2.73 (a) P(at least one R) = 43
(b) P(at lea

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 2
Assigned: Wednesday, September 14
Due: Wednesday, September 21
Directions: Show all work for each problem below and explain your answer fully. Do not use
software! Provide exact solutions (not decimal approximations) to ea

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 1
Due: Wednesday, September 14
Directions: Show all work for each problem below and explain your answer fully. Do not use
software! Provide exact solutions (not decimal approximations) to each of the problems requiring
a num

STAT 4101 (Fall 2015) Midterm 1
Solutions
1. [ 16 points ]
A sample space S has 4 possible outcomes a, b, c, and d. The probabilities for each outcome
are given in the following table. Let X be a random variable defined for each of those
outcomes by the f

STAT 4101 (Fall 2016) Homework 4
Assigned: Monday, September 26
Due: MONDAY, October 3
Solutions
Directions: Show all work for each problem below. Do not use software! Provide exact solutions
to each of the problems requiring a numeric answer. You may als