Homework 5 Solutions Part A
303 Spring 2003
Steve Fienberg
Tuesday, March 11
Part III
a) Find the sampling distribution of y for:
A simple random sample of size 3 with replacement.
To do this, all of the possible simple random samples need to be enumerate

36-303 Sampling, Surveys & Society
Spring 2014
Homework 01 Solutions
1
Pew Study on Government Obesity Involvement
(a) See Table 1.
(b) The survey was limited to people with telephones whose numbers could be obtained;
this does not account for beliefs of

36-303 Sampling, Surveys & Society
Homework 02 Solutions
Part (a): Groves 2.2, p. 65
Coverage error is due to the gap between the sample frame and the target
population. Sampling error is due to the gap between the sample and the
sample frame. Coverage er

36-303 Sampling, Surveys & Society
Homework 06 Solutions
1
Question 1
(a) To estimate the mean household and compute the standard error of our estimate as
though from a SRS, we simply pretend as though the stratum labels are not there. We have
that the me

21-256 Exam 3: Lagrange multipliers and integration
(sample)
Friday 27th June, 10:3011:20am
Instructions (please read carefully)
This test is split into two sections of ve questions each:
Section A: Lagrange multipliers
Section B: Integration
You should

CMU 18-447 Introduction to Computer Architecture, Spring 2014
Final Exam
Date: Tue., 5/6
Instructor: Onur Mutlu
TAs: Rachata Ausavarungnirun, Varun Kohli, Xiao Bo Zhao, Paraj Tyle
Name:
Legibility & Name (5 Points):
Problem 1 (40 Points):
Problem 2 (45 Po

21-256 Exam 1: Vectors and Matrices (sample)
Monday 2nd June 2014, 10:3011:20am
Instructions (please read carefully)
This test is split into three sections of four questions each:
Section A: Vector algebra
Section B: Lines and planes
Section C: Matrix

Exam 3 Solutions
1.
2.
3. Find the absolute maximum and minimum values of
on the interval
.
Solution:
. The
critical number is
. Evaluate:
,
,
. We see that the absolute
min. is at 0, value 0, and the abs. max. is at 1, value
.
4. Find all critical points

36-749
Midterm Exam
October 14, 2014
36-749 only
Name _
Instructions:
Read each of the four questions carefully. Answer only what is asked. Be sure that you complete
all parts to each of the four questions.
Complete sentences are not needed.
Do not use x

Final Exam Review Sheet
1.
2. Part 1. This will consist of material from exam 1.
1. Expect 1 question on sequences,
2. 3 questions on testing series,
3. and 1 question on Power Seies (Interval of Convergence, Radius
of Convergence, Representation of Funct

SYLLABUS
Statistics 36-303: Sampling, Surveys, and Society
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30-2:50 p.m.
Room: BH235A
Instructor:
Professor Stephen E. Fienberg
Department of Statistics
Office: 132G Baker Hall
(412) 268-2723
e-mail: [email protected]
Homepage

Statistics 36-303
Spring, 2003
Class Notes on Modes of Interviewing
Preparedfor"Sampling,Surveys,andSociety"
Statistics 36-303
by
Stephen E. Fienberg
Department of Statistics
Carnegie Mellon University
I. Introduction
For most large-scale sample surveys,

36-463/663: Multilevel &
Hierarchical Models
Design and Power
Brian Junker
132E Baker Hall
[email protected]
11/20/2014
1
Outline
Effect size, sample size and power for a simple
treatment effect
Digression: The value of a baseline covariate
Estimating a

Homework 2 Solutions 303 Spring 2003 Steve Fienberg
Thursday, January 30
Part I
Lohr Chapter 1, Exercise 20. To find this article, I went to www.jstor.org. Then click on Browse, then on General Science. Choose Science magazine and find the article. What

36-303 Sampling, Surveys & Society
Homework 03 Solutions
Question 1
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