Stats 2D03 Assignment #1
Due at 7 PM on May 12th (Drop Box: C122 or C123)
Sections Covered: Section 1
Problems: 3, 7, 15 (pg#16) Theoretical: 3 (pg#18)
Problems:
#3) Twenty workers are to be assigned to 20 different jobs, one to each job. How
many differe
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Leaders Who
Make a Difference
Burt Nanus
Stephen M. Dobbs
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Essential Strategies for Meeting
the Nonprofit Challenge
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Contents
Preface ix
Part One: Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations
1. The Leadership Challenge 3
2. The Greater Good 27
3. Gettin
STATISTICS 2D03 - TEST 1
Dr. S. Asma
McMASTER UNIVERSITY,DayClass
DURATION OF EXAMINATION: 90 minutes
May 19, 2011
QUESTIONS & SOLUTIONS
1) a) 6 players are to be picked from a group of 14 seniors, 11 juniors, and 5 freshmen at
random. What is the probabi
STATISTICS 2D03E FINAL
QUESTIONS & SOLUTIONS
1) Let X be a random variable with probability density function
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a) What is the value of c?
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b) What is the cumulative distribution function of X?
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Stats 2D03E Introduction to Probability
Spring/Summer 2011
Instructor Information
Name: Senay Asma
email: [email protected]
Office: HH/204
Office Hours: By appointment
Lectures
Tuesday, Thursday, BSB/B135 at 19:00-22:00.
Textbook
(Required) "A First
Stats 2D03 Assignment #2
Solutions
Ch#2 Problems: 8, 9, 44 Ch#3: 5, 17 (pg#51, 53, 102)
Ch#2 Theoretical: 12 (pg# 55)
Problems Ch#2:
#8)
for any sequence of mutually exclusive events
(a) We know that
)
(
Thus, since A and B are mutually exclusive events,
Stats 2D03 Assignment #3
Solutions
Ch#3 Problems: 21, 38, 66 (pg#103, 104, 107)
Theoretical: 1, 25 (pg# 110, 113)
Ch#4 Problems: 2 (pg# 172)
Problems Ch#3:
#21) a (2points) Let H denote the probability that husband earns less than $25000
There are 500 peo
Stats 2D03 Assignment #4
Due at 7 PM on June 2nd (Drop Box: C122 or C123)
Sections Covered: Section 4
Ch#4 Problems: 13, 19, 27 (pg# 173-175)
Ch#4 Theoretical: 6, 10 (pg# 180)
Ch#4 Problems:
#13) A salesman has scheduled two appointment to sell encyclopae
Stats 2D03 Assignment #5
Due at 7 PM on June 9th (Drop Box: C122 or C123)
Sections Covered: Section 5
Ch#5 Problems: 2, 6, 13, 39 (pg# 224, 225, 227)
Ch#5 Theoretical: 25 (pg# 228)
Ch#5 Problems:
#2) A system consisting of one original unit plus a spare c
Stats 2D03 Assignment #1
Solutions
Problems and Solutions:
#3) For the first worker, there are 20 different jobs available. If one is picked by the 1st worker,
there are 19 different jobs available for the 2nd worker. As the 2nd worker is assigned with a