HOMEWORK #3 due Nov.22 (Tuesday)
Math 434 Fall 2011
Some homework questions are in the textbook.
1. Page 133, 4.1 without part (d) and (e).
2. Page 239, 7.4.
3. Review question 12.1 and question 12.5
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Midterm I Math 434 Fall 2009
l. (9 points) To estimate the distribution of the ages at which postmenopausal women
develop breast cancer, a sample of 50year-old women were given yearly mammo
gram
Survival Analysis
Math 434 Fall 2011
Part IV: Chap. 8,9.2,9.3,11:
Semiparametric Proportional Hazards Regression
Jimin Ding
Math Dept.
www.math.wustl.edu/ jmding/math434/fall09/index.html
Basic Model
Survival Analysis
Math 434 Fall 2011
Part III: Chap. 2.5,2.6 & 12
Jimin Ding
Math Dept.
www.math.wustl.edu/ jmding/math434/index.html
Jimin Ding, October 4, 2011
Survival Analysis, Fall 2011 - p. 1/14
Survival Analysis
Math 434 Fall 2011
Part II: Chap. 4-7
Jimin Ding
Math Dept.
www.math.wustl.edu/ jmding/math434/index.html
Jimin Ding, September 1, 2011
Survival Analysis, Fall 2011 - p. 1/39
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HOMEWORK #3 due Oct.20 (Thursday)
Math 434 Fall 2011
Homeworks are in the textbook. Please answer your questions in order.
1. Page 60, 2.16. Redo this question even though we have assigned this before
Midterm Math 434 7 Fall 2011
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i, (12. points] A large number of izldividuele were enrolled in a. study and were followed
for 30 years to assess the age at which a disease symptom first appeared. Fo