Cell Biology / Cell Biochemistry
BIOL 4374 / BCHS 4313
Exam 4
Dec 1, 2010
Read each question carefully. Chose the single best answer to each of the following
questions. In some cases, key words are emphasized in bold italics font
1. The substance in the c
Exam II Review
Independence: Two events A and B of S are said to be independent if
= = = ()
Multiplicative Rule: If A and B are any two events, then
= = ( )
However, if A and B are independent, then,
=
MATH 3338
May 8, 2000
1.
3.
4.
NAME_
ID #_
10 entrants in a baking contest bake one pie each. There
are 6 pecan pies and 4 key-lime pies. Each pie has its
bakers name labeled on the bottom.
a.
In how many ways can the 10 pies be placed in a single
line?
6
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
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Course Informat
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Chapter One
Ove
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
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2.4
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
Jiwen He
Section Number: 10853
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2.3 Counting
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
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2.5
First Exam
Probability MATH 3338-10853 (Fall 2006) September 13, 2006
This exam has 2 questions, for a total of 0 points. Please answer the questions in the spaces provided on the question sheets. If you run out of room for an answer, continue on the back
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
Jiwen He
Section Number: 10853
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jiwenhe/math3338fall06.html
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Chapter Two: Pro
Math 3338: Probability (Fall 2006)
Jiwen He
Section Number: 10853
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jiwenhe/math3338fall06.html
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2.2 Ax
MATH3338. TEST 1. SPRING 2013.
Write your name and UH-ID on the cover the blue book.
Start each problem on the new page. Clearly mark the answer to each problem.
1.
IQ
C1
6.
extra er. (apts):
(lSpts) If A and B are events in the sample space S, show ONE o
Exam 1 Review
Definition:
A sample space S is a set that contains all of the possible outcomes of a random experiment
in a mutually exclusive and exhaustive way.
Definition:
Mutually exclusive, or disjoint, m
Chapter 4: Discrete Probability Distributions
Formal Definition
A random experiment
is a triple S, E, Pr where S is the sample space,
E is the event space, and Pr is a real valued function having the following
properties:
1. 0 Pr(E) 1 for all E E ;
2. Pr(
3.4 Bayes Theorem
Bayes Theorem allow you to compute the probability of E given F using
the probability of F given E.
Bayes Theorem
For any events E and F , the conditional probability ofE given F
is given by
Pr( F |E ) Pr(E )
Pr( E |F )
Pr( F )
Example:
Section 2.4
Counting Techniques and Probabilities
When determining the probability of an event, we will need to
be able to count the number of outcomes in the event. Here
are a series of counting rules to help us.
Proposition: (The Product Rule)
If the fi
3.2 Conditional Probability
Suppose that a six-sided die is rolled. Let A cfw_1, 2, 3and B cfw_1, 2, 4, 6.
Then
Pr(A) =
Pr(B) =
What if you were told that the die had been rolled, and the outcome was
an even number? This affects the probabilities of A and
Brief Review of Set Theory
A setis a collection of objects
. Each object is said to be contained the
in
set. We also say each object contained in the set is an elementthe
of set.
Notation: If A is a set, a A means that a is an element of A.
The set contai
EXAM 1.5 MATH 3338 SPRING 2013
Your name and peoplesoft id number
State any assumptions you deem necessary to solve any of
these problems and justify why your assumptions are plausible.
1) Suppose that X has the following cumulative distribution function.
Math 3338 (Summer 2, 2013) Papadakis
EXAM 1
Your NAME:
PeopleSoft Id number:
June 14, 2013
1) In a bridge hand which consists of 13 cards randomly selected from
a complete deck of 52 cards calculate the probabilities that:
I) A random hand of cards contai
MIDTERM EXAM MATH 3338 SPRING 2012
Your name and peoplesoft id number
State any assumptions you deem necessary to solve any of
these problems and justify why your assumptions are plausible.
1) The probability that a visit to a primary care physicians (PCP
Math 3338 (Spring 2008) M-W-Fr 12:00-1:00pm
EXAM 1
December 2, 2009
1) In a bridge hand which consists of 13 cards randomly selected from
a complete deck of 52 cards calculate the probabilities that:
I) A random hand of cards contains exactly 6 spades, 4
MATH 3338 (SPRING 2012) SECTION 19527
QUIZ 1
YOUR NAME:
1) A gym lock has four wheels with digits 0-9. What is the probability that a thief will nd the combination that opens the lock with a
single attempt? What is the probability that it will take two at