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INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
Homework 6
9-16
The purpose of this homework is to help you to learn hypothesis testing.
All the 5 problems are from Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 6th Edition, by
Montgomery, D.C., and Runger, G.C.
Re

Review for Examination #2
Notes about the Examination:
Time and date: 2:30 ~ 3:50 pm, Thursday, March 31, 2016
Location: the class-meeting room
Close books and notes
A double-sided 8.5x11 cheat sheet is allowed
Necessary tables will be provided
Plea

Review for Final Examination
Time and date: 2:00 ~ 4:00 pm, Tuesday, 05/10/2016
Location: the class-meeting room
Close books and notes
Two 8.5x11 cheat sheets are allowed (can be double-sided)
Necessary tables will be provided
Please bring a simple calcul

INDE 2333
Engineeering Statistiics I
1
Ho
omework 1
The purp
pose of this homework is
i to help you
u review andd practice baasic probabillity conceptss.
All the 11
1 problems are from Appplied Statisticcs and Probaability for Enggineers, 6th Edition, by

Name:
INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
Midterm Examination #2
Spring 2016
Total Points: 100
Professor: Qianmei Feng
Time: 80 Minutes
Please show all of your work, including the methods used and step-by-step calculations. You will
not be graded based on

INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
Homework 2
The purpose of this homework is to help you to learn discrete random variables and probability
distributions.
All the 11 problems are from Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 6th Edition, by
Mont

INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
1
Homework 3
The purpose of this homework is to help you to learn continuous random variables and probability
distributions.
All the 11 problems are from Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 6th Edition, by

2331 exam review
I.
II.
III.
IV.
General IE issues
A.) Famous Applications
1.) WWII Anti-submarine warfare
2.) ANTIAC use of biological entity to help solve problems
3.) SPC Shewart, stats process control
4.) TQM Juran and Deming (Deming created 14 points

Computer Applications Quiz 1 Review
Data Collection Types:
Work Sampling: Random, Instantaneous observation, sampling of activities
Time and Motion Studies: Continuous observation, development of time
standards.
- Short Cycle, Repetitive Tasks
Simulation

Homework 2 Solution
3-11, 3-12, 3-16, 3-21 (b, c), 3-26 (a, b, c, d), 3-27
3-11. The intersection of A and B is empty, therefore P(X A B) = 0.
a)
b)
c)
d)
3-12.
Yes, since P(X A
P(X A ) = 1 - P(X
P(X B ) = 1 - P(X
P(X A B) = P(X
B) = 0.
A) = 1 0.4 = 0.6
B

Homework 5 Solution
4-5, 4-6, 4-28 (d), 4-29 (e), 4-37 (a, b, d), 4-40 (a, d)
4-5.
n
E
X2
i 1
E
Xi
1
E
n
n
The variances are V
n
i 1
1
n
n
Xi
2
X1
,
and V
2n
X1 and X 2
2
X2
n
2
MSE ( 1 )
MSE (
2
2)
are unbiased estimators of
.
; compare the MSE (variance

INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
1
Homework 5
The purpose of this homework is to help you to learn descriptive statistics, point estimation, and
confidence intervals.
All the 8 problems are from Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 6th Edit

Name:
INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
Midterm Examination #1
Spring 2016
Total Points: 100
Professor: Qianmei Feng
Time: 80 Minutes
Please show all of your work, including the methods used and step-by-step calculations. You will
not be graded based on

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Review for Final Examination
Time and date: 2:00 ~ 4:00 pm, Tuesday, 05/10/2016
Location: the class-meeting room
Close books and notes
Two 8.5x11 cheat sheets are allowed (can be double-sided)
Necessary tables will be provided
Please bring a simple calcul

INDE 2333
Engineering Statistics I
1
Homework 4
5-2.
The purpose of this homework is to help you to learn joint probability distributions for both
discrete and continuous random variables.
All the 10 problems are from Applied Statistics and Probability fo

Review for Examination #1
Notes about the Examination:
Time and date: 2:30-3:50 pm, Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Location: the class-meeting room
Close books and notes
A double-sided 8.5x11 cheat sheet is allowed
Necessary tables will be provided
Plea

Homework 7 Solution
5-3 (a, c), 5-8, 5-19, 5-20, 5-37, 5-38
5-3
a) 1) The parameter of interest is the difference in fill volume,
2) H0:
1
2
0 or
1
1
2
0 or
1
2
2
3) H1:
1
2
4) The test statistic is
( x1
z0
x2 )
0
6) x1
1
/2
2
2
n1
5) Reject H0 if z0 < z