Todays agenda: Thin Film Interference.
Phase Change Due to Reflection.
You must be able to determine whether or not a phase change occurs when a
wave is reflected.
Phase Change Due to Path Length Difference.
You must be able to calculate the phase differe
Stat MiniTab Assignment 4
MA4_1
1a.
(The regression equation is
Tuition (in thousands) = 4.647 + 1.006 Year After 1981
S = 0.282670
R-Sq = 99.2%
R-Sq(adj) = 99.1%
Analysis of Variance
Source
Regression
Error
Total
DF
1
8
9
SS
83.4276
0.6392
84.0668
MS
83.
Stat MiniTab Assignment 6
MA6_1
1. We are told that 40% of the population has type A blood. A blood bank recently took a random sample
of 150 recent donations. The sample revealed 72 had type A blood. Does this suggest the actual percentage of type A pers
STAT 3115 Homework #6 - SOLUTIONS
Section 5.1 Problems
1.
a. P(X = 1, Y = 1) = p(1,1) = .20
b. P(X 1 and Y 1) = p(0,0) + p(0,1) + p(1,0) + p(1,1) = .42
c. At least one hose is in use at both islands. P(X 0 and Y 0) = P(X 1 and Y 1) =
p(1,1) + p(1,2) + p(2
STAT 3115 Homework #7 - SOLUTIONS
Section 5.4 Problems
46.
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SD( X )= x
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.01 cm .
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STAT 3115 Homework #3 - SOLUTIONS
Section 3.1 Problems
2. Answers will vary. Some possibilities include:
X = 1 if a randomly selected book is non-fiction and X = 0 otherwise
X = 1 if a randomly selected executive is a female and X = 0 otherwise
X = 1 if a
STAT 3115 Homework 1 Solutions
1. (a) The population of interest is all S&T employees.
(b) Variables include:
Lot letter: Categorical
Distance: Quantitative
Satisfaction: Categorical
(c) Conducting a census would require information from every employee
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Homework #1 (10 Points) Due on Thursday 1-26-2017, 12:30pm
Q1- Textbook 1.9 - Convert the following binary numbers to decimal numbers: (0.75 Point)
b. 1000000
c. 11001100
e. 10111011001
Q2- Textbook 1.16 - Convert the following decimal numbers to binary n
Lecture 3
Properties of Probability
STAT 5643
Probability and Statistics
Background Reading
Sections 1.4
Properties of Probability
Theorem 1.4.1:
If is an event and is its complement, then:
P = 1 ()
Proof:
Properties of Probability
Theorem 1.4.3.
For any
STAT 5643 Homework #1
Due Date: Friday, January 26th, Beginning of Class
Guidelines: Please remember to show your work and explain your answers as necessary. Answers that are
not supported by reasoning will not receive full credit. Homework should be stap
Lecture 2
Introduction to Probability
STAT 5643
Probability and Statistics
Background Reading
Sections 1.1-1.3
Overview
Terminology
Set Theory
Definition of Probability
Why Probability?
Experiment Process of obtaining an observed result of
some phenom
STAT 5643 Homework #3
Due Date: Thursday, February 9th, Beginning of Class
Guidelines: Please remember to show your work and explain your answers as necessary. Answers that are
not supported by reasoning will not receive full credit. Homework should be st
STAT 5643 Homework #2
Due Date: Friday, February 2nd, Beginning of Class
Guidelines: Please remember to show your work and explain your answers as necessary. Answers that are
not supported by reasoning will not receive full credit. Homework should be stap