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CIVE210 STATICS
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CIVE210 Spring 2015-16
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CIVE210 STATICS
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STAT 210
Introductory Statistics
Spring 2004
Final Exam
Date: Wednesday, June 2. 2004 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Instructors: Ms Mona Jurdak, Ms Sylvana Jaber and Dr. Mohamed Kobeissi
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American University of Beirut
STAT 210
Introductory Statistics
Fall 2005-2006
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STAT 230. Test 2 -Spring 2015
Name:
Lecturer:
Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
Each correct answer will be awarded 2 points. No penalty for wrong
answers.
T
F
Corr(X, 4 3 X) = 1 for any random variable with positive varia
Combinatorics
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STAT 230. Spring 2016-T1
Name:
Lecturer:
Multiple Choice Questions. Five points are assigned to each correct
answer. No penalty for wrong answers
Let X be a random variable
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American University of Beirut
Statistics 230
Test 1, September 30th , 2014
NAME:
SECTION:
TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS (1 points each)
Which of the following statements is true or false
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F
When an outlier occurs, we learn that there was a data-entry error.
T F
American University of Beirut
Statistics 230
Test 1, September 30th , 2014
NAME:
SECTION:
TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS (1 points each)
Which of the following statements is true or false
T
F
When an outlier occurs, we learn that there was a data-entry error.
T F
STAT 230. Spring 2015-T1
Name:
Lecturer:
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The distribution of a discrete random variable can be represented equally
well by either its p.m.f. or its c.d.f.
T
F
The expected v
STAT 230. Fall 2015-T1
Name:
Lecturer:
T/F Questions
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The shape of a histogram may change by changing the number of bins/classes/class
intervals
Pn
Given some observations (x
STAT 230. Spring 2015-T1
Name:
Lecturer:
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The distribution of a discrete random variable can be represented equally
well by either its p.m.f. or its c.d.f.
T
F
The expected v
Combinatorics
Notation
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Drawing a sample of size k from an urn containing n balls
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STAT 230. Fall 2015-T1
Name:
Lecturer:
T/F Questions
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The shape of a histogram may change by changing the number of bins/classes/class
intervals
Pn
Given some observations (x
STAT 230. Fall 2015-T2
Name:
Lecturer:
T/F Questions
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The random variable X 2 where X N (0, 1) is a Gamma random variable
T
F
The joint cdf F (x, y) = P (X x, Y y) of two ran
STAT 230
Fall 2014- November 5th
Name:
Class (Lecturer and Time)
Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
Each correct answer will be awarded two points.
T
F
Let X and Y be two continuous random variables. If we know the marginal
STAT 230. Final Test Spring 2015
Name:
Lecturer:
Section:
Multiple Choice Questions. 4.5 points are assigned to each correct answer.
No penalty for wrong answers.
Two random variables X and Y have the following joint pdf
3
2
5 x(y + y ) 0 < x < 2, 0 < y
STAT 230. Test 1-Summer 2015
Name:
Lecturer:
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The mean is a better measure of center/location than the median, whenever the distribution of the data is highly skewed
T
F
are
STAT 230. Test 1-Summer 2015
Name:
Lecturer:
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The mean is a better measure of center/location than the median, whenever the distribution of the data is highly skewed
T
F
are
STAT 230. Final Test Fall 2014
Name:
Lecturer:
Multiple Choice Questions. 4.5 points are assigned to each correct answer.
No penalty for wrong answers.
Which of the following statements is true? [B]
A The p-value is the largest significance level at whic
STAT 230. Fall 2015-T2
Name:
Lecturer:
T/F Questions
Two points are assigned to each correct answer. No penalty for wrong answers.
T
F
The random variable X 2 where X N (0, 1) is a Gamma random variable
T
F
The joint cdf F (x, y) = P (X x, Y y) of two ran
STAT 230
Fall 2014
T
F
Let X and Y be two continuous random variables. If we know the marginal
density of X and Y , we know their joint density function [F]
T
F
Let X and Y be two random variables. If we know the marginal density
of X and the conditional
FALL 2012-A selection
A die is rolled 4 times. Find the probability that all numbers are the same
Suppose A, B, C are three events such that P (A) = 0.5, P (B) = 0.4,
P (C) = 0.6, p(B|A) = 0.6, P (C|A) = 0.8, P (B|C) = 0.4, P (A|B C) =
0.75. Find P (A B C