ECEN 3810 Midterm #2 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
Date: November 15, 2010
1. (30 pts)
We independently and randomly choose two numbers, X1 and X2 , greater or equal to zero and less than
or equal to two. That is, X1 and X2 are continuous, independen

ECEEN 3810 Homework #1 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
1. A certain experiment has a sample space S. Suppose A, B, C, and D are events and that we
know:
P [A] = 1/8; P [B] = 1/3; P [C] = 1/2, and A D = C,
A and B are independent, and
B and C are mut

ECEEN 3810 Homework #3 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
October 18, 2010
1. The number of transactions done in a 1 microsecond interval at a database processing computer at a reservation system is a Poisson random variable with an expected value of 2.
(

ECEEN 3810 Homework #5 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
November 13,2010
1. An archer shoots an arrow at a 100cm 100cm rectangular target. The impact position,
(X, Y ) of the arrow is measured in centimeters in a rectangular coordinate system where
(0,

ECEN 3810 Midterm #1
Professor David G. Meyer
Date: October 4, 2010
Abstract
Instructions: This is a closed-book exam. No books, class notes, or HWs are
allowed. You can use a simple calculator (arithmetic only) and your one 8 11.5
sheet of notes.
Show wo

ECEN 3810 Midterm #2
Professor David G. Meyer
Date: November 15, 2010
Abstract
Instructions: This is a closed-book exam. No books, class notes, or HWs are
allowed. You can use a simple calculator (arithmetic only) and your one 8.5 11
sheet of notes.
Show

ECEN 3810 Final Exam
Professor David G. Meyer
Date: December 13, 2010
Abstract
Instructions: This is a closed-book exam. No books, class notes, or HWs are
allowed. You can use a simple calculator (arithmetic only) and your two 8.5 x 11
sheet of notes.
Sho

ECEEN 3810 Homework #2 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
October 1, 2010
1. PK syndrome is a rare condition among University Professors that makes them write gruesome images on the chalkboard when they hear their probability class improvising on a
proble

ECEEN 3810 Homework #4 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
November 1, 2010
1. We are trying to decide if a six-sided die is fair (i.e. not weighted) and hit upon the idea of
performing the following experiment (which we will designate as Experiment Alpha

ECEN 3810 Midterm #1 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
Date: October 4, 2010
1. [This problem is identical in concept and scope to HW#1, Problem #1]
An urn is lled with 5 red ping-pong balls, and 10 white ping-pong balls. 4 balls are drawn, without
repla

ECEEN 3810 Homework #6 Solutions
Professor David G. Meyer
December 10, 2010
You should be procient with these problems. These problems, along with the
problems on MT#2, are examples of what is fair game for the nal exam!
1. The University of Connecticut W