Probability and Statistics
for Engineers and
Scientists
Stat371:lecture 1
Dr. Baokun Li
Math, NMSU
Outline
1 Introduction to statistics and
data analysis
2 Probability, samples
3 Probability , sample space
4 Events
5 Probability of an Event
1 Introduction
Dr. Robert Smits
December 10, 2004
Statistics 371
Final Exam
NMSU
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1.
Definitions- give an intuitive or precise definition for each of the following
Random VariableSignificance Level for a hypothesis testIndependence of two events-
2. The grades for
Dr. Robert Smits Statistics 371 Final Exam
December 10, 2004 NMSU
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Name 1' i
1. Denitions give an intuitive or precise denition for each of the following
Random Variable- , (A F0 Q c f; 0 n
Signicance Level for a hypothesis testi ? 09060 37 0,9 (tset- 4
Review Problems for Exam 2 KEY
Page 1 of 6
1) Sa = cfw_on campus, off campus
Sb = cfw_all possible ages for university students Alternatively consider that the youngest might be 18, and oldest
might be 70, though there could be exceptions. Going with 18 a
Review Problems for Exam 2
Page 1 of 3
1) Choose a student at random from a large university class. What is the sample space S for each of the
following:
a) does the student live on or off campus
b) what is the students age in years
c) what is the student
INSTRUCTORS
SOLUTION MANUAL
KEYING YE AND SHARON MYERS
for
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
FOR ENGINEERS & SCIENTISTS
EIGHTH EDITION
WALPOLE, MYERS, MYERS, YE
Contents
1 Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
1
2 Probability
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3 Random Variables and Proba
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