DEPARTMENT OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
(Term 071)
SE-205
ENGINEERING PROBABILITY AND
STATISTICS
(2-3-3)
Instructor
: Dr.Salih O. Duffuaa
Room : 22/349, Telephone : 2692
Office Hours: Office Hours: UT 10:00 11:00 a.m,
M: 10:00- 12:00 p.m
Hours of
: UT. 9:00 10:

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Chapter Eight
Statistical Intervals for a Single Sample
Goals of chapter:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Construct and interpret a confidence interval estimate for a single population mean using both the z
and t distributions and

Chapter Six
Descriptive Statistics
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Develop tables and charts for categorical data.
Create and interpret bar chart, pie chart.
Develop tables and charts for numerical data.
Construct

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Chapter Four
Continuous Random Variables & Probability Distributions
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to
Determine probbilities from probability functions.
Determine probbilities from cumulative distribution func

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Chapter 2
Probability
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Understand and describe sample space and events for random experements
Interpret probabilites and use porbabilites of outcomes to calculate probabilites
o

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Chapter 3
Discrete Random Variables & Probability Distributions
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Determine probabilities from probability mass function and the reverse.
Determine the probabilities from cumula

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Chapter Ten
Statistical Inference for Two Samples
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Form interval estimates for two independent population means
When Standard deviations known
When Standard deviations unknown
Form in

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Chapter Nine
Testing of Hypotheses for single mean and single proportion
Goals of chapter:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
The basic principles of hypothesis testing.
Structure engeneering decision making problem as hypothesis test

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Chapter Seven
Sampling Distributions & Point Estimation of
Parameters
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Explain the general concepts of estimating the parameters of a population or a
probability distribution.
Explain

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1.
Define the following terms:
(a)
1. Sampling distribution.
2. Unbiased estimator.

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Quiz # 5
Answer on the same paper
Name: _
I.D_
20 1. It is desired to construct a 95% confidence interval for t

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Quiz # 3
Answer on the same paper
Name:_
I.D_
10 1.Suppose the cumulative distribution function is given as:
F(

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Quiz # 3
Answer on the same paper
Name:_
5
1.
Define the following terms
i
ii
iii.
IV.
V.
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2.
Random variable

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10 1. State the axioms of probability. Then use the axioms of probabi

Lab Exercise
Given the following is the time between failures in hours for a
machine:
350, 375, 400, 435, 620, 640, 512,560, 513, 570, 300, 325, 655, 680,330, 390, 410,
490, 580,524.
1- Find mean and median and mode
2. Find the range, variance, standard d

Lab Exercise
Given the following is the time between failures in hours for a
machine:
350, 375, 400, 435, 620, 640, 512,560, 513, 570, 300, 325, 655, 680,330, 390, 410,
490, 580,524.
1- Develop a stem and leaf diagram for the above data.
2. Develop a hist

Is the Confidence
Interval about single
or two populations?
Ratio of variances
variance ?
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(n 1)s 2 2 (n 1)s 2
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2
Is 2 Known?
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2
2
1 2
(X 1 X 2 ) z n + n
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( X 1 X 2 ) t ,n + n
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Chapter Six
Numerical Descriptive Measures
Chapter Goals:
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Measures of Center and Location.
Mean, median, mode, geometric mean, midrange.
Other measures of Location.
Weighted mean, percentiles, qu