September 2: Qualitative information
HW: p. 47: 5, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22. You can use any software to sketch the slope
fields.
In general, finding the explicit solution of a dierential equation is an
extremely dicult task.
Even for a separable equation
Chapter 6 Descriptive Statistics
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Manufacturing of Injection Molded Parts
Injection molding is a manufacturing process used
to form many types of parts.
Injected material usually hot and shrinks as it
cools, so the parts cavi
Chapter 7
Concepts of Sampling Distributions
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Random Samples, Statistics, and
The Central Limit Theorem
The big idea
Probability models provide a way to answer the question What if we
sample items from th
Chapter 8
Concepts of Inference
Confidence Intervals for the Normal and Binomial
Distributions
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they
are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among thes
Intro to
2-level Factorial
Experiments
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2-level Factorials
A special, but very flexible and useful, design to study how multiple
factors act singly or together on a response measurement.
2-level Factorials
Notation
Effects
Overalleffec
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Ch 4 Continuous Distributions
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Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lifetimes
See Excel file LED_Lifetimes in BlackBoard.
Case Study background file Philips Technology White Paper
describes
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Ch 3 Discrete Random Variables and Distributions
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Examples
Draw chips at random (blindly) from a can with 2 Black and 2
White chips in it. Draws are without replacement. What are
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Ch 2 Basic Concepts and Rules of Probability
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Rolling pair of dice
Experiment tossing two dice, identical in all ways except color (Red,
Green)
x = number of pips appearing on Gr
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Chapter 5 Joint Distributions, Sampling Distributions
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Expectations
Understand and apply concepts of distributions
of multi-variable random variables
Compute and use probabilities f