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Biology 2581b
MIDTERMTEST#2
Mar 12, 2011 5pm-8pm
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This Test paper is composed of 50 equally weighted questions covering 26 sides (excl. cover).
Please ensure that it is
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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
PHYSIOLOGY 130
DATE:
April 12nd, 2008
FORMAT:
3 Hour Markex Exam
DIRECTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE ANSWER SHEET
Use a PEN for your signature, and a PENCIL for the other information.
Print your name, the course name and the
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> n
[1]
> y
[1]
= 400; j <- c(1:n); x <- sum(j^2); x
21413400
<- n*(n+1)*(2*n+1)/6; x = y
TRUE
> n
[1]
> y
[1]
= 600; j <- c(1:n); x <- sum(j^2); x
72180100
<- n*(n+1)*(2*n+1)/6; x = y
TRUE
> n
[1]
> y
[1]
= 800; j <- c(1:n); x <- sum(j^2); x
170986800
Solutions to Selected Exercises
for
Braun and Murdochs
A First Course in Statistical Programming with R
Kristy Alexander, Yiwen Diao, Qiang Fu, and Yu Han
W. John Braun and Duncan J. Murdoch
November 21, 2009
Chapter 7
Numerical Optimization
7.1
The Golde
Topics covered in SS 2864b up to rst midterm, Winter 2014.
The numbered notes e.g. (3.1), give sections from the textbook. For some
of the material, the class notes are the best reference. (This summary is not
in exactly the same order as presented in cla
Solutions to Selected Exercises
for
Braun and Murdochs
A First Course in Statistical Programming with R
Kristy Alexander, Yiwen Diao, Qiang Fu, and Yu Han
W. John Braun and Duncan J. Murdoch
March 19, 2008
Chapter 6
Computational Linear Algebra
6.1
Vector
STAT 2864b Winter 2014
Assignment 1
Due: January 21 in class
Please nd one or two partners to work together with on this assignment.
Print the names of all partners at the front of your assignment. (Do NOT
write down their student numbers.) Hand in one co
ASSIGNMENT#1
2864B
Shenghao Yang, Zexi Tan, Xinjie Li
1/21/2014
1. Calculate the sum nj=1 j2 and compare with n(n + 1)(2n + 1)=6, for n = 400; 600; 800;
1000. Use the formula to compute nj=1 j2 for all values of n between 1 and 100.
> n = 400
> j <- c (1:
SS 2864b Midterm
Name:
ID:
Department of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences
SS 2864b Winter 2009
Instructor: D. Murdoch
Midterm 1, February 5, 4:30-6:30 PM TC 341 and TC 343.
Instructions
A basic calculator is allowed; no other aids are allowed. Cell pho