Biostatistics
Math 322 - Spring 2009 Homework 2 - Suggested solution
Problem 1 (Problems 3.17 3.28 in the book)
Let A = cfw_77-year-old man is affected, B = cfw_76-year-old woman is affected, and C = cfw_82-year-old woman is affected. We may assume the th
Biostatistics
Math 322 Spring 2009 Homework 5 Suggested solution
Problem 1 (Problems 7.26 7.28 in the book)
1. We will test H0 : = 230 vs. H1 : = 230 at the = 0.05 signicance level, where is the mean cholesterol level of people aged 20 39 on a macrobiotic
Biostatistics
Math 322 Spring 2009 Homework 4 Suggested solution
Problem 1 (Problems 6.7 6.9 in the book)
To read in the data, we can do
> lvef < + read . table ( h t t p : /www. math . w u s t l . edu/ h j e l l e /m322/m322 090213 t a b l e 1 . t x t ,
Biostatistics
Math 322 - Spring 2009 Homework 1 - Suggested solution
This homework is primarily an introduction to using R for data analysis. The comments here are therefore much more about R than what is expected of what you hand in. At places, it is als
Biostatistics
Math 322 - Spring 2009 Homework 3 - Suggested solution
Problem 1 (Problems 4.32 4.33 in the book)
1. The number of hypertensives in a sibship will be binomially distributed with n = 3, p = .18 (and q = 1 - p = .82). Therefore P r(0 hypertens
Ma 322: Biostatistics
Conditional Probabilities and Continuous Densities
Prof. Wickerhauser
Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
Suppose that X, Y are continuous random variables, each taking values in the real line R, with
joint probability density function f (