Instructor: Dr. Asma
Stats 3Y03 Test #3
Question Sheet
March 27th, 2013
Name:_ Student Number:_
(Last Name) (First Name)
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Chapter 2
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Experiment any activity or process whose outcome is subject to uncertainty
Sample space of an experiment, denoted by S, is the set of all possible outcomes of that experiment
Example: throw three coins, examine which side it lands
Chapter 4
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Discrete random variable one whose possible values either constitute a finite set or can be
listed in an infinite sequence
A random variable whose set of possible values is an entire interval of numbers is not discrete
A random variable X is c
Chapter 6
A point estimate of a parameter is a single number that can be regarded as a sensible value
for . A point estimate is obtained by selecting a suitable statistic and computing its value from
the given sample data. The selected statistic is called
Chapter 3
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In general, each outcome of an experiment can be associated with a number by specifying a rule
of association
Examples: the number among the sample of ten components that fail to last 100 hours;
total weight of a baggage f
Stats 3Y03
Chapter 1
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Data refers to collections of facts
When desired information is available for all objects in the population, we have a census.
Constraints on time, money, and other scarce resources usually make a census impractical or
unfeasi
STAT 3Y03/3J04
Probability and Statistics for Engineering
Assignment 1
Due at 11:00pm on Wednesday September 24, 2014
Important Notes:
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(including but not limited to solution
STAT 3Y03/3J04
Probability and Statistics for Engineering
Assignment 2
Due at 11:00pm on Wednesday October 8, 2014
Important Notes:
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STAT 3Y03/3J04
Probability and Statistics for Engineering
Assignment 3
Due at 11:00pm on Wednesday October 29, 2014
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STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 12
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
October 5, 2015
Topic I: Point Estimation
STAT 3Y03/3J04 (Lecture 1
Chapter 8
Statistical hypothesis claim or assertion about the value of a single parameter, several
parameters, or the form of an entire probability distribution
Null hypothesis (H0) the claim that is initially assumed to be true
Alternative hypothesis (Ha
Chapter 7
Confidence intervals (CIs)
Suppose that the parameter of interest is a population mean and that
o The population distribution is normal
o The value of the population standard deviation is known
Normality of the population distribution is often a
Instructor: Dr. Asma
Stats 3Y03 Test #2
Question Sheet
February 14th, 2013
Name: Student Number:
(Last Name) (First Name)
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marked. This test co
STATISTICS 3N03 or 3J04 MOCK EXAMINATION SOLUTIONS
December 2007
Question 1
(a) Acceptable analyses: Paired t-test, 2-factor ANOVA without interaction, sign test, simple linear
regression.
Acceptable graphs: dot, box or stem-leaf plot of differences; inte
Instructor: Dr. Senay Asma
Stats 3Y03 Test #1
January 25th, 2013
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will not be marked. This test cons
Instructor: Dr. Asma
Stats 3Y03 Sample Test #1
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January 25th, 2013
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Instructor: Dr. Asma
Stats 3Y03 Sample Test #2
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February 14th, 2013
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Instructor: Dr. Asma
Stats 3Y03 Sample Test #3
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March 27th, 2013
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(Last Name) (First Name)
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Stats 3Y03 ! Test #3
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Name: Sella-Hem; (o Mecc- Student Number: g
(Last Name) (First Name)
Question #1:
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Chapter 5
The probability mass function (pmf) of a single discrete rv X specifies how much probability mass
is displaced on each possible X value
The joint pmf of two discrete rvs X and Y describes how much probability mass is displaced on
each possible p
STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 12: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
October 5, 2015
Exercises (Slide 15)
1
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STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 11
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
October 1, 2015
Topic I: Random Samples
STAT 3Y03/3J04 (Lecture 11)
STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 3: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 17, 2015
Exercises (Slide 10)
1
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STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 8
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 24, 2015
Topic I: The Normal Distribution
STAT 3Y03/3J04 (
STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 1
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 9, 2015
Greetings!
Welcome to STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability
STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 2: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 10, 2015
Exercises (Slide 9)
1
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STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 3: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 14, 2015
Exercises (Slide 9)
1
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STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 4: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 16, 2015
Exercise (Slide 13)
1
Persona
STAT 3Y03/3J04: Probability and Statistics for
Engineers
Lecture 1: Exercise Solutions
Instructor:
Brian C. Franczak, PhD.
Hamilton Hall Room 208
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McMaster University
September 9, 2015
Exercises (Slide 27)
1. Consid