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FINAL
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
DECEMBER 17, 2014
1.
I ask a person in the army, What is your military rank? What scale of measurement am I going to use with this variable?
2.
I ask a student at UCI, What is the farthest north y

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TEST TWO
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
OCTOBER 31, 2014
1. The height of men is more or less bell-shaped. The mean is 69 inches with a standard deviation of 3 inches. Approximately what
proportion of men is between 66 and 72 inches

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TEST ONE
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
OCTOBER 17, 2014
Use the following for questions 1-5. A researcher was interested in how a persons score on a practical driving test is affected by the city
in which the person lives. She got a

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TEST FIVE
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
DECEMBER 17, 2014
1. A certain hockey player scores, on average, 1.4 points per game. What is the probability that he will earn exactly two points in a
game? (Assume that goals are independent

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TEST FOUR
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
DECEMBER 1, 2014
1. If X and Y are independent, then E(XY) = E(X)E(Y). What does E(XY) equal if X and Y are not independent? We are NOT
looking for a definitional formula such as E(XY) = xyP(x

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TEST THREE
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS, ECON 15A
NOVEMBER 14, 2014
PLEASE LEAVE YOUR ANSWER IN UN-SIMPLIFIED, FRACTIONAL FORM
e.g. 2/3 x 8/10 (2/10 + 5/20)
1.
Three cards are picked: What is the probability of not getting any hearts?
2.
Thr

Introduction to Finance
BUSFIN 1030
Professor Schlingemann
Problem Set 2
Due: Wednesday, October 25 before 4 p.m. in Mervis 324 (Pat Koroly)
GROUP WORK (maximum of 5 students) is encouraged!
Note 1: All questions will be graded and need to be handed in.
P

Math 141 Week in Review
Sections 1.1-1.4
9/5/05
Section 1.2.
1. Find the slope of the line shown in the figure.
Solution: Find two points on the
line:
(0, 6) and (3, 0)
Use the slope formula:
y y 2 y1 6 0
m
2
x x 2 x1 0 3
2. Given the equation 3x - 2y =